- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Kao full-time for more than 10 yearsPros
Great co-workers, very competitive benefit package (including pension and vacation time), overall job security as it is a lean organization, great products.
Also, it's a global organization that is large and has presence, but it's not too big- meaning that you can truly have a positive impact on the organization, you don't get lost in the shuffle.Cons
Kao is a growing global organization, and there are some growing pains associated with that (structurally and process wise). There can also be stagnant career growth, depending on what department you're in (low employee turnover sometimes means less opportunity for growth).RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online - interviewed at Kao.Interview Details
Send your CV (according to the company's requirement) on the official website, and wait for the call.
Their HR responded quite soon (within 2 weeks if I did not remember wrong).
Then you'll have an interview invitation once you pass the CV screening process.
There was an onsite written test before the interview.Interview Questions
No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
- I did not like the written test for the marketing side. It did show how well you learn from marketing courses yet not your ability(it's more about memory.) Answer Question
More than a century after Kao affixed a lunar logo to its name, Japanese consumers still think the company's products hang the moon. Kao (pronounced "cow") is Japan's #1 maker of personal care, laundry, and cleaning products. Its brand names include Attack (a top laundry detergent in Japan), Bioré (skin care), Family Kyukyutto (dishwashing detergent), Asience (shampoo), Laurier (sanitary napkins), Merries (disposable diapers), and ALBLANC (cosmetics). The company also manufactures Healthya brand beverages (green tea and water), cooking oils and fatty chemicals, printer and...