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Associated British Foods products

Relations with Management

8.5 / 10

(based on 13 ratings in 2016)

2016

"It's a very flat structure and the doors are always open."
Marketing, Entry level, London
"You are provided with a mentor and there is a strong culture of feedback."
Graduate,
"I meet with my senior manager regularly and present each placement I do to the supply chain lead team to keep them updated on what I've achieved. I have a mentor on the graduate scheme who works at another ABF company, which is really good for experiencing different ABF businesses and seeing different ways of working."
Graduate, Manchester
"As with any big company, the quality of management varies. I have had some excellent managers and leaders and some poor line managers. At a total group level, there is a good structure and no one is too senior to approach."
Graduate, Maidenhead
"The graduate scheme is supported by the directors and you get excellent visibility on senior people within the business. I have monthly one to ones with my line manager to review my performance."
Graduate, Stevenage
"The relationships within the business are great across all levels. The directors and senior managers all join in with social games, team events and other office-based activities."
Graduate, Peterborough
"Management tend to be very accessible right to the top and are fairly honest and open. There's good internal communication and those who deserve recognition receive it."
Graduate, Home Counties
"Obviously, this depends on the manager and if you fit well with them. My experiences have been positive and the mentor I've been assigned has helped me greatly during my time with the company. Also, you can make your own networks with other managers who you encounter."
Graduate, London
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