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    I worked at RBH full-time (more than 5 years)

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    Can maintain work/life balance, more flexible working hours, co-workers are nice to work with

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    Not much opportunities to grow

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    mainly wanted to know your technical experience in excel and work you did in other microsoft application. It was done by 2 people in a group interview
    mainly wanted to know your technical experience in excel and work you did in other microsoft application. It was done by 2 people in a group interview

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Website www.pmi.com/marketpages/pages/market_en_ca.aspx
Headquarters Toronto, Canada
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Rothmans, Benson & Hedges (RBH) is the Canadian arm of smoking giant Philip Morris International (PMI). RBH makes and markets cigarettes and tobacco for roll-your-own use. The company's main brands include Accord, Belmont, Benson and Hedges, Canadian Classics, Craven "A," Mark Ten, Number 7, and Rothmans. RBH purchases most of its tobacco from Canadian growers and controls almost a quarter of the Canadian tobacco-product market. RBH, Canada's second-largest tobacco company, became a wholly-owned subsidiary of PMI in 2008 when PMI purchased its former parent, Rothmans Inc... More

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