100% of the CEO
Alan D. Wilson
I have been working at McCormick & Company full-time for less than a year
Pros – People are kind and patient--they will work with you to help you learn processes, culture, etc. You work with fabulous products and the company is going through a growth period.
Cons – It is a bit slow moving and there is pressure to issue dividends every year which influences product support decisions. Additionally, you really have to be a team builder to work here, which isn't a con, but is a word of caution for people who like to work as lone rangers.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-06-12 17:16 PDT
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I have been working at McCormick & Company
Pros – Benefits and pay are adequate
Cons – Management is duplicitous and feels that you should drink the Kool Aid without questioning them
Advice to Senior Management – Be honest
2012-04-30 18:52 PDT
I worked at McCormick & Company
Pros – Stable food industry company;
Good broad career training with their Multiple Management Board.
Free samples & cheap/discounted products @ company store
Free health & wellness screenings
Cons – Slow in processes; Too highly conservative in approaches; Slow to change
Slow career advancement
Finance dominated culture (if not in finance org)
Poor vocation specific training support
Advice to Senior Management – Need to bring in more outside blood, especially middle management people in areas beside US Consumer Marketing & Sales. Shared Services organizations needs to be reviewed and revised. These organizations are holding McCormick back.
2011-09-26 09:06 PDT
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