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25 days ago

Sales Representative

Kellogg Company Los Angeles, CA

Grow with us as a Kellogg Sales Representative for the Kellogg Company! Lead with us as you utilize your sales expertise to engage our customers and… Kellogg Company

25 days ago

Full Time Merchandiser/Territory Service Representative-Culver

Kellogg Los Angeles, CA

• Organizing, rotating and stocking shelves during each store visit – the platform for providing excellent customer service. This includes… Kellogg

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    Stop! Please do not destroy your life an apply for a DSD role at this company.

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    Current Employee - Retail Sales Manager  in  Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Retail Sales Manager in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Kellogg Company full-time for more than 8 years


    The only pro's working at this company is that you are out in the field, you get a pay check, and a company car in question, and benefits.


    There are so many cons working with this company that I would rather walk through a land mine field. The Upper Management is always looking for negatives. Middle Management does not follow through as well. God forbid if you have constructive criticism on how to make change for the better - they look at it as negative and will write that on your review. They preach work, life, balance, but it doe s not happen. You might have better luck in a turkish prison. They can never make decisions in a timely manner. They work you to death, and are never satisfied with your achievements you accomplish. If you never want a life, be stressed out all the time, work weekends, and never want to see your family again, then work at Kellogg. I could write a book on why you should not work at this company. If you don't believe me ask anyone that does this job.

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    Do not make empty promises. Listen to your employees, and put trust in them until they give you a reason not to trust. Make realistic goals that employees can actually achieve, and spend some time building morale up within the organization starting at the top. Bring Kellogg back to the Grrrrreat company it used to be.

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