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30+ days ago

Hourly Operator

Dannon Portland, OR

The DANNON Company, one of the fastest growing consumer product companies in the US, is part of Groupe Danone, a world leader in the food and… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Quality Control Laboratory Technician

Dannon Portland, OR

Include (but are not limited to): • Perform bench-top analysis of critical quality parameters in accordance with… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Maintenance Mechanic

Dannon Portland, OR

The DANNON Company, one of the fastest growing consumer product companies in the US, is part of Groupe Danone, a world leader in the food and… Glassdoor


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    Pros

    Growing category, smart people, good pay.

    Cons

    Politics supersede talent and common sense. Management will re-org everything at the drop of a hat -- i.e. your position / title no longer exists. Management also has unrealistic expectations of what you can do with an account from a growth perspective. Odd to say, but upper management is an international boys club.. and it seems like they have no plans to change that.

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    Spend some money with a consulting firm to get a recommendation on what your org layout should be -- don't just change it every year (or six months). Don't pick favorites, see talent, foster it, promote it. Understand overall market trends and set goals relative to that -- don't promise Danone HQ unattainable numbers..

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