On average, employees at Unilever give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Unilever employees are Supply Chain Planners submitting an average rating of 0.0.
"Poor job and introductory training are deplorable."
"I have worked for 1 year and its strong company with good technology"
"Dysfunctional, Has Lofty Fake Goals, Low Pay, Low Salaries and Job Titles Not aligned with Competitors, This is a good place for young, newly out of college or grad school employees to learn about office politics and backstabbing. Unilever feeds its employees the sanctimonious, delusional beliefs that "We're a family." Most employees actually bought this BS and clarion it to each other. You can Not fire or layoff your relatives! We're Not a family. We're co-workers, and co-workers Will throw each other under the bus to protect their jobs, promotions and even jobs they might want in the future. Unilever has such high employee turnover, Low Salaries and joke 1% bonuses, most employees stay for only one year. Unilever's idea of "customer analytics" and data science is hiring employees from Nielsen and simply replicating in-house what they're already paying millions of shareholder dollars for Nielsen to do. Unilever has an annual contract with Nielsen's CPG Dept.. Unilever should save its shareholders' money and simply stand in front of the Nielsen offices in Connecticut and Illinois with large Billboard signs stating, "We're hiring Nielsen employees!" The Dutch-British Executive Management are clueless about the USA markets. They think that what sells in Europe will be successful in the USA. It's a destitute company. Do Not count on getting competent technology help or support. Unilever's "technology" is antiquated and you'll feel like you stepped into a time machine with "technology" from the years 2000 to 2005."
"Very good experience with this company. Good working culture."
"Work in the company Unilever is a company that is always in search of improvement, counted by skilled workers who are committed to its objectives."
"Unilever is a supportive, flexible, and very well paying company to work for. Position mobility was encouraged and supported, but I received good training for my position as QA Engineer with certifications and relevant business trips. Cross-functional work was the norm, and I interacted very well with all aspects of the business, from the factory level all the way to corporate functions."
"I worked for Unilever all my career and an opportunity to work both in North America and globally. Unilever brands provide unique opportunity to create positive change, to grow our business, and to achieve our purpose of making sustainable living commonplace. Unilever operates in 190 countries, has over 140000 employees and 6000 R&D employees driving growth."
"its been a great place to work."
"An internship program at this company is very hands on. You are not just viewed as an intern you are given full time responsibilities."
"Good, purpose. driven company. It was great to get exposure to all the different products sold by Unilever. Having said this, my decision to leave was more of a reflection on my desire to transition towards a career more analytical in nature."
"The company is currently going through a structure reorganization and will be closing the office I worked in. Their business decision wasn't very considerate to their full time employees. Before this happened it seemed as though Unilever treated their employees well."
"Unilever is an outstanding company, with high aims in sustainabillity. If you know your purpose and can align it to your job, you will be able to achieve the highest results in the FMCG. Pay is good, support is good. I am talking about the Rotterdam, Netherlands (HQ) case here. I don't know about the US office (this site seems to not think outside of the US in its forms)"
"Nice Job Environment. You will get lot of opportunities to learn and grow"
"Average place to work. Employee morale not great."
"I have worked for TIGI / Unilever Haircare since 2015. I come from a retail background, so direct sales was a natural transition. The company is small, and very family oriented. As a result, my experience has been good. However, we are a little behind the curve when it comes to innovation in the hair industry. Staying on the cutting edge will much better equip their future employees for growth in their territory management."
Unilever has an overall rating of 3.9 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 38 Unilever Review Ratings left anonymously by Unilever employees, which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 92% of employees would recommend working at Unilever.
Unilever employees earn $55,000 annually on average, or $26 per hour, which is 17% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 19 Unilever employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Unilever Salaries by Job Title.
92% of employees would recommend working at Unilever with the overall rating of 3.9 out of 5. Employees also rated Unilever 3.9 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.7 for Rewards You Receive, 3.4 for Growth Opportunities and 3.8 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Unilever is a General Counsel at $251,000 annually. Browse Unilever Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Unilever is a Front Desk Associate at $15,000 annually. Browse Unilever Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Unilever to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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