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5 days ago

Vice President Retail - Royal Canin US

Mars Saint Louis, MO

Based in St. Louis, MO, this role acts as the head of our US retail business and sits on the senior leadership team.There will be 5-8 direct reports… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Talent Management and HR Generalist

Mars Saint Charles, MO

, this role will also co-pilot Royal Canin s Corporate functions. This will include assisting senior leaders in identifying and developing high… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Brand Manager

Mars Saint Charles, MO

Works closely with Marketing Manager to create integrated marketing plans that communicate the product or campaign focus in all aspects of marketing… Ivy Exec


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Mars President and CEO Paul S. Michaels
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    A challenging and demanding employer

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    I worked at Mars full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Excellent employee health and 401k benefits. Committed to continuing education. Challenging environment.

    Cons

    Management sets unreasonable work expectations. In order to meet expectations, working off the clock necessary in order to keep up with work load and safeguard employment status. Poor work life balance. Management is highly critical and will document insignificant miscues and use to undermine the associates during the review process. Poor mobility. Only associates within a desirable age range are promotable. Was once a diverse workplace. Now trending to younger associate pool. Salary levels are not comparable to large multinational competitors.

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