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29 days ago

Assistant Brand Manager Internship

Reckitt Benckiser Parsippany, NJ

objectives. The position resides within the US Marketing function and will assume support for the Brand Manager for assigned brands within the… Reckitt Benckiser

29 days ago

Assistant Brand Manager – University Recruiting

Reckitt Benckiser Parsippany, NJ

brands through the achievement of specific growth objectives. The position resides within the US Marketing function and will assume support for the… Reckitt Benckiser

22 days ago

Associate Brand Manager HH

Reckitt Benckiser Parsippany, NJ

• Analyze brands and market trends and recommend actions to be taken. • Contributing to RB Innovation by de… Reckitt Benckiser

27 days ago

Associate Brand Manager French’s – FFC

Reckitt Benckiser Chester, NJ

to generate consistent sales and profit growth • Assist the brand manager to develop,… Reckitt Benckiser

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    poor marketing farm system and hr practices leads to downward spiral

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    Former Employee - SBM Marketing  in  Parsippany, NJ
    Former Employee - SBM Marketing in Parsippany, NJ

    I worked at RB full-time for more than 5 years


    Pockets of brilliance and high-achieving MBAs that are collaborative, supportive, and inspiring via their actions and thinking. Very tough to find yourself in the company of one of these teams as they are far and few, but if you do get matched up, count your stars. you are very fortunate!


    1) homegrown Intl farm system for marketers at the undergrad level means Mgrs with no other real work experience aside from RB. This reinforces the antiquated culture and mentality that everyone else on glass door has mentioned and that RB has been trying to shed - bad attitudes, questionable work ethic, poor treatment of supporting functions and staff, very short term scope with all tactics (no strategy), no sense of how to motivate others or operate in humane civilized fashion, low standard of personal output, always passing the buck, etc.

    2) MBA intern pools continue to suffer. Each year has gotten progressively worse, probably due to poor recruiting efforts at top schools, plus reputation being tainted and reinforced by bad eggs mentioned in point 1. Tenacity, initiative, EQ,charisma, creativity, aptitude, resourcefulness, all are lacking. Give us actual talent we can work with!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus on quality MBAs from proven, quality Grad programs
    Don't be so lenient on intl transfers or farm system prodigies; if they are not performing, cut them loose (LT growth > political game)
    Prior work Experience matters; global perspective also matters (global does not mean UK perspective )
    Consider whether current Hr and recruitment practices are best in class, or actually worst in class, when it comes to brand stewardship and developing bench strength.

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