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Kellogg Company – Why Work For Us?

In 1906, W.K. Kellogg saw a better way. Healthier food and a healthier work place. “I’ll invest my money in people,” W.K. famously said, and he stayed true to his commitment. In the midst of the Great Depression he pioneered a new 6-hour shift, hiring an additional 300 workers. His Corn Flakes were an economical meal during hard times.

His mission and legacy have inspired the Kellogg Company to lead the way, innovating in our industry and standing behind our employees. From marketing to manufacturing every member of our team helps Kellogg bring our well-loved brands to consumers. We work in 80 countries around the world, collaborating with every employee to further our mission: to enrich and delight the world through foods and brands that matter.

Through employee resource groups (Like KVets and Women of Kellogg), Feeling Gr-r-eat (our health and wellbeing program) and a focus on career development, we are truly devoted to helping all employees thrive at Kellogg.

We’re ready to welcome go-getters and cutting-edge innovators to our team. Are you ready to work together to lead our industry? To improve the lives of those in our community and around the world? Then you’re ready for a career at the Kellogg Company. Join us. GROW with us.

Our Vision and Purpose are at the heart of everything we do. Simple yet powerful, they define why we're here and where we're going-made possible by the extraordinary talent of everyone who works here. People like you. Our heritage, through the inspiration of W.K. Kellogg, continues to drive our company and keeps us committed to creating a stronger future every day by putting people first in everything we do.

Our Vision is to enrich and delight, through foods and brands that matter.

Our Purpose is to nourish families so they can flourish and thrive.

Our Heritage drives the future of our company and keeps us excited about tomorrow.

From snacks and frozen foods to our breakfast icons, we’re passionate about our family of brands and the markets we’re in. Whether it’s Zucaritas cereal meeting that first splash of milk in the morning or Keebler Fudge Shoppe Fudge Stripe cookies as an afternoon snack or MorningStar Farms veggie burgers grilling golden brown – our foods bring smiles to faces across the globe all day, every day.

We’re always celebrating the diversity of our team. We believe diverse perspectives can lead us to the best results, for us and for our customers. Inclusion is one of our core values we continue to collaborate with our teams across the globe, who proudly represent Kellogg operations in 18 countries around the world. Kellogg Company’s commitment to diversity can be traced back to our founder, W.K. Kellogg, who was a pioneer in employing women in the workplace and reaching across cultural boundaries. The company continues his legacy more than 100 years later by making diversity and inclusion top priorities. Our employee resource groups, or ERGs, best exemplify Kellogg’s commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our 7 ERGs help promote support and growth within the Kellogg Company team and defining our commitment externally with recruiting and networking events. Kellogg’s ERGs are: ¡Hola! Latino Employee Resource Group Kellogg African American Resource Group (KAARG) Kellogg Multinational Employee Resource Group (KMERG) K-Pride and Allies K Vets and Supporters Women of Kellogg (WOK) Young Professionals.

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    Pros

    Its a big, global corporation so it comes with the red tape and such that is expected but the people that work here are the best. Each location has its own twist on the corporate culture and has a small company feel. The benefits are good and we are very employee friendly. The work is challenging and you are given freedom within a framework to get things done.

    Cons

    As with any big company there are things that don't make sense and are frustrating. The new processes we are implementing feel like work is just being pushed out to non-service center roles rather then being made more efficient. HR tends to have loose direction and if you are not in Battle Creek, MI you tend to get lost in the shuffle. There are limited opportunities to work on projects within the HR responsibility if you are not at the corporate office or international although you do get to work on projects that directly impact the business or function you support.

    Advice to Management

    Throw the Opinion Survey out the window and go talk to the people in the field and manufacturing locations - really listen and see what goes on. Undercover Boss (or something like that) would really open your eyes.


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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 6+ weeksinterviewed at Kellogg Company (Irving, TX) in June 2015.

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    So I applied for a Retail Sales Rep position in the Dallas, Texas area on April 29, 2015. On May 18th, I received an email stating that I was selected to do a phone interview. The phone interview went well, standard behavioral questions, and an overview of the position. On June 4th I was called an notified that I was selected to do an in person interview in Dallas ( They covered the cost of the trip, since I was flying from out of state) The interview was a panel of 3. They made me feel very comfortable. My interview was on June 11, 2015. They told me it would be about 2 weeks before I hear back from them. I received a phone call on June 15,2015, offering me the position! I start July 6 (:

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    • Name a time in which you had to take the leadership role of an assignment or project. What was the final outcome.   1 Answer

Kellogg Company Awards & Accolades

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Top 50 Companies for Diversity, DiversityInc, 2013
Working Mother 100 Best Companies, Working Mother, 2013
Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT, ComputerWorld, 2013
The World's Most inDemand Employers, LinkedIn, 2013
50 Most Socially Responsible Companies in Canada, Maclean's Magazine, 2013
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Additional Info

Website www.kelloggcareers.com
Headquarters Battle Creek, MI
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1908
Type Company - Public (K)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Driven by the legacy of our innovative founder, the Kellogg Company is the world’s leading producer of cereal, and a leader in cookies, crackers, and savory snacks. Every day, our well-loved brands, delight families in more than 180 countries. With annual sales of more than $14 billion, our brands include Cheez-It®,Eggo®, Pop-Tarts®, Pringles®, Special K®, and many more.

Mission: Our Vision is to enrich and delight, through foods and brands that matter. Our Purpose is to nourish families so they can flourish and thrive. Our Heritage drives the... More

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