Compare Treasury Wine Estates vs iSelect BETASee how iSelect vs. Treasury Wine Estates compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Treasury Wine Estates full-time for more than 3 years
One Team, One Dream mentality. Although we are all competitive, I never feel as if I’m being pitted against my coworkers. We genuinely support one another and want to see each other succeed. This... mindset comes from the top. I am blessed with a fantastic manager. He doesn’t micromanage & is an advocate for everyone on his team. He encourages growth and helps to get us to the next level. There are always opportunities for development, whether it be sales training or a new program where we have the opportunity to learn tasks from a different role within the company. The wine!!!! The product we get to sell is amazing. We have the best 90+ point wines in the world, as well as solid staples and the fun-to-sell popular innovation. (Did I mention the employee discount???)
Although “change” is a good thing, it brings a lot of anxiety. TWE has had its fair share of change.
Advice to Management
Keep supporting us, like you do. Be as transparent as possible when change is coming.
I worked at iSelect
A lot of growth in the business in recent years(pity the maturity of those who manage it hasn't). You get free coffee in the morning.
Mismanaged, with no clear direction, iSelect protects its image to share holders by blaming its staff "clearing house" and "righting mistakes of the past" on a six monthly basis whilst actually... succeeding in getting rid of or driving away the few remaining staff that had a clue or believed in the what the business could achieve and delivering on very few of the promises that the CEO and Board make.
Advice to Management
When the Barista in the Cafe has been in the role longer than senior management their is very little advise to be given. iSelects best hope is to be bought out by a private company and have seem... real management put in place. If this doesn't happen then I guess that Barista might as well put his hand up for the CEO role as its bound to become vacant within the next few months given recent track record.