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E. & J. Gallo Winery Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what E. & J. Gallo Winery employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

E. & J. Gallo Winery has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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How is diversity at E. & J. Gallo Winery?

28 English reviews out of 28

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April 17, 2021

Pros

Respectful coworkers that create good work environment

Cons

I hardly think the Glassdoor rank means anything, but it's heavily advertised during recruitment. They treat their employees with a lot of respect, but your chances of upward mobility are very slim if you don't know the right people. There is a great deal of nepotism and favoritism in the company, reflected by the lack of diversity in upper management positions. The company does provide great benefits for their employees but no health insurance for their interns or seasonal workers, even during a global pandemic. And I know for fact harvest season wouldn't happen without them and they are their lowest-paid employees. Gallo is trying to establish a monopoly that is destroying many unique small wineries in California. The central valley is not a pleasant area.

Advice to Management

Recruitment team and HR, I think employee retention metrics and other data speak louder than superb Glassdoor reviews

There is a great deal of nepotism and favoritism in the company, reflected by the lack of diversity in upper management positions.

April 17, 2021

Reviewed by: Summer Internship (Former Employee)

April 6, 2022

Pros

Good salary, helpful and genuinely pleasant work culture, and I like that the company is moving towards increasing diversity and inclusion

Cons

High turn-over in some departments, hard to retain high-performing interns if opportunities are not open, and there is a lack of diversity in the engineering departments (although it is starting to get better)

Advice to Management

Find a way to retain diverse candidates and interns. I see a lack of LGBTQ, women, and people of color being interviewed and hired (although it may be getting slightly better), and it is intimidating to work in a department full of straight white men.

Good salary, helpful and genuinely pleasant work culture, and I like that the company is moving towards increasing diversity and inclusion

April 6, 2022

Reviewed by: Engineer (Current Employee)

December 4, 2020

Pros

The company does an excellent job taking care of its own people, and the effort shows in terms of corporate culture, diversity, and the company's overall success. It is also one of the most vertically integrated companies I have been a part of, which creates an emphasis of rotating throughout the business if you would like to.

Cons

It is in Modesto, California.

The company does an excellent job taking care of its own people, and the effort shows in terms of corporate culture, diversity, and the company's overall success.

December 4, 2020

Reviewed by: Brand Manager in Modesto, CA (Current Employee)

April 6, 2022

Pros

Good salary, helpful and genuinely pleasant work culture, and I like that the company is moving towards increasing diversity and inclusion

Cons

High turn-over in some departments, hard to retain high-performing interns if opportunities are not open, and there is a lack of diversity in the engineering departments (although it is starting to get better)

Advice to Management

Find a way to retain diverse candidates and interns. I see a lack of LGBTQ, women, and people of color being interviewed and hired (although it may be getting slightly better), and it is intimidating to work in a department full of straight white men.

performing interns if opportunities are not open, and there is a lack of diversity in the engineering departments (although it is starting to get better)

April 6, 2022

Reviewed by: Engineer (Current Employee)

July 19, 2021

Pros

A great place to grow your career and work on many consumer facing projects and promotions. Very progressive, inclusive culture and the people are really helpful--many have been there for over 10 years. Interns are given important projects and some employees are former interns. Executives are very approachable. Lots of opportunity to work with top consumer brands. Pro tip: bring your A game!

Cons

A minor con: communications can be somewhat fragmented across multiple departments and lines of business, but this is also the case at many large companies.

Very progressive, inclusive culture and the people are really helpful

July 19, 2021

Reviewed by: Marketing Manager in Modesto, CA (Former Employee)

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It’s time to bid adieu to our amazing MBA Interns! Thank you for a great summer! ✨
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