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6 days ago

Senior Factory Transportation Planner

Unilever Trumbull, CT

The Senior Factory Transportation Planner is responsible for coordinating physical distribution needs for inbound/outbound orders for specific… Unilever

16 days ago

Customer Distribution Coordina

Unilever Trumbull, CT

for Customer Support. The Planner will foster the relationship and enable growth by intimately understanding the physical distribution needs of… Unilever

16 days ago

R&D Manager - Oral Care

Unilever Trumbull, CT

Unilever is one of the world’s leading suppliers of Food, Home and Personal Care products with sales in over 190 countries. Our products are present… Unilever

14 days ago

Customer Service Analyst

Unilever Shelton, CT

- 1. Validate & execute orders for data accuracy including product files, SAP master & customer data, pricing discrepancies, order date alignment for… Unilever

17 days ago

Logistics Ops Specialist

Unilever Shelton, CT

Become a part of a winning Logistics Operations Team named top in the industry two years running by Gartner, Inc. This fast paced, constantly… Unilever

12 days ago

Sr. Brand Development Manager - PLP

Unilever Purchase, NY

1. Lead, set and align on the long-term strategic vision for the Brand and make needed adjustments to the BSP (Brand Strategic Plan, UL lens) & the… Unilever

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    Current Employee - Anonymous  in  Trumbull, CT
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    I have been working at Unilever full-time for more than 10 years


    Great managers, agile work environment, opportunities to gain technical and cross functional experience. Great benefits and the people are stellar.


    Going global has reduced the roles for technical opportunities in North America. New processes are not in place and the overwhelming trend is do what we say don't question. There is no dialogue to address local concerns or markets. Working agile now means working 24/7 to support all regions and although managers understand this, at the VP and SVP level they question why no one is in the office during a snow storm. The leadership team is primarily white males and it is ruled without a heart or sense of family. They are fortunate that the day to day managers have the heart to retain what talent they can.

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    You need to stem the bleeding of leaving talent and finalize ways of working in the latest structure. Truly embracing agile working and realizing core hours in a global environment is no longer 9-3. Senior management needs more people management training.

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