Japan Tobacco
3.6 of 5 20 reviews
www.jti.co.jp Tokyo, Japan 5000+ Employees
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$10+ billion (USD) per year

Japan Tobacco (JT) has plenty to puff about. The company secures about 60% of the Japanese cigarette market -- the fourth largest worldwide. It holds nine of the country's top 10 brands, including Mild Seven, Seven Stars, and Caster. Globally, JT is the #3 tobacco maker, trailing Philip Morris International and BAT. Driving growth, its JT International arm, which owns Britain's Gallaher Group, makes and markets Camel, Salem, and Winston brands outside the US (once made by Reynolds American's RJR Tobacco), and others. JT also has holdings in the food and pharmaceutical... More

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Employees are “Satisfied”   20 ratings

3.6

50% Approve of the CEO   2 ratings

Japan Tobacco President, CEO, and Representative Director Hiroshi Kimura

Hiroshi Kimura

President, CEO, and Representative Director

Good company, good people to work with/for

 Former District Sales Manager

Pros: Reasonable expectations and business goals
Work life balance
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No Offer – Interviewed in Teaneck, NJ Feb 2011 – Reviewed Feb 15, 2011

Interview Details – Contacted by external recruiting agency and was first screened. The next step included answering a set of questions and having my case presented to the company to get an interview. Third step included preparing a 30 min case presentation on a company brand followed by 2-3 1:1 interviews. 2nd round…Full Interview

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World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune, 2008

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