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I worked at Bronco Wine Co. full-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Very quiet, small office in southern Napa. Minimal drama unless you bring it yourself. benefits are pretty god. free coffee, boss is amazingly chill.
pay ain't so hot. Their budget is tight so you'll probably only temp for them. Work sometimes comes in a bewildering deluge from many different sources, which is stressful.
Advice to Management
can't think of much to say besides have a better idea of how big your budget is before making decisions. Be more cognizant of how much work you're foisting on your employees at once.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Bronco Wine Co. (Ceres, CA) in June 2015.
First, applicants are walked by security to a testing room. Several other people will be there testing. A lady hands you a math test. The test will have multiplication, percentages, and division problems on it. After the applicant turns in their test, they will be handed another test with about ten to tewlve questions on it. Read the entire paper before answering any of them. If you make a mistake on the quiz, be honest about it. If the tests go well, applicants go to the inteview. If. Interviewed by two different managers, its likely that HR will call you back and offer you a job.
- Name three strengths and three weaknesses Answer Question
I did not negotiate. Bronco wine company starts everyone at $12.50 per hour
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Bronco Wine has been known to buck the system. One of the nation's top wine producers, the vintner makes some 60 labels, including Charles Shaw, Forest Glen, and Coastal Ridge. Operating a 40,000-acre vineyard, the California bulk wine producer is the fourth-largest wine seller in the US. It produces some 20 million cases of wine every year. Bronco Wine created a stir in the wine industry and continues to do so by selling its Charles Shaw brand for $1.99 at Trader Joe's Company locations. (The wine, dubbed "drinkable" by many, quickly gained the nickname Two-Buck Chuck...