"Talent is recognised and rewarded."
- The bonus scheme is seen as being very generous and is given to all who meet their targets.
- Managers are approachable, helpful and give regular feedback.
- The company works as a meritocracy, meaning that progression is based more on hard work than seniority.
- Graduates regularly have to work beyond their contracted hours.
- High levels of responsibility can mean some people feel under pressure to perform.
- Some would like more information about the company’s CSR schemes to be available.
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"Read about the culture online or talk to people who you know at Kraft Heinz. See..."
"It's fast-paced with no hierarchy and full of young and ambitious people who want..."
"I spend most of my time in the factory and enjoy working together with the shop floor...."
"It can vary quite a lot. I can sometimes leave work early and my boss does not chase..."
"I think it's very fair compared to my friends on other graduate schemes."
"We have a very good bonus system."
"Why Kraft Heinz? What makes you stand out in a crowd?"
"Managers are very accessible for me. I can go to the senior management or management..."
"We're in a very international environment. The company hires without bias towards..."
"Promotion is based on performance and not on age or other attributes."
"There are amazing projects from day one and opportunities to run projects that you..."
"The amount of responsibility you get from day one, regardless of your age, tenure..."
"There can be a lot of internal pressure and some of the key performance indicators..."
"Our workplace can be seen in BBC documentaries."
"Challenging, meritocratic and results-driven."
"I was attracted by the unique culture and performance-based opportunities."
"There's been investment in a big learning platform. Some of the training I have access..."
"More investment in marketing and long-term planning."