- Qualidade de vida
- Cultura e valores
- Oportunidades de carreira
- Remuneração e benefícios
- Alta liderança
Trabalhei para Mars em período integral (Mais de 5 anos)
Colleagues are engaged. Mars brands are iconic. If you're the kind of person who can ignore a toxic work environment and has the skills to do your job, it can be a good place to work since there isn't much pressure to deliver and you can get away with about 40 - 60% actual working time and still be one of the most productive members of staff.
Too many managers have been promoted based on who they know but have no functional or leadership skills to do the job. You have to spend too much time "networking" if you want to keep your job and you have to know and flatter "the right people" to get a promotion. On the surface it all looks great, but when you get to know people, most will tell you they are unhappy but don't trust themselves to say anything because they know it will cost them chances of promotion - or even their job, so they post over-the-top positive comments on company Yammer and complain at the coffee machine. You have to make a choice if you want to stay in the company.
Conselhos à presidência
The company culture has built up the ability to "deal with ambiguity" so much so, that people would rather cultivate more ambiguity to show how well they can deal with it than try to MANAGE ambiguity and eliminate it by making decisions, giving the team vision and purpose to guide them and building functional knowledge internally to avoid ambiguity in the first place
Candidatei-me por meio de um recrutador. O processo levou 3 semanas. Fui entrevistado pela Mars (Veghel (Países Baixos)) em janeiro de 2021.
1 gesprek met de bemiddelaar na een motivatiebrief en cv, 1 gesprek met de manager van het team en een teamlid. ZO is het wel ongeveer gegaan als ik me niet vergis.
Perguntas de entrevista