KEY NOT FOUND: coverImgAlt
Logo

Monster Beverage Corporation

Is this your company?

Monster Beverage Corporation

Add a Review

Monster Beverage Corporation FAQ

Have questions about working at Monster Beverage Corporation? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Monster Beverage Corporation.

All answers shown come directly from Monster Beverage Corporation Reviews and are not edited or altered.

40 English questions out of 40

August 5, 2021

What is paid time off like at Monster Beverage Corporation?

Pros

good benefits and time off for employees that plan to stay long

Cons

Needs better mentors that devote time to employee engagement and community

good benefits and time off for employees that plan to stay long

August 5, 2021

See 1 more answer

October 23, 2022

Does Monster Beverage Corporation offer massages?

Pros

- Free drinks in the office and can take two home - Good employee culture - Can start work between 7:30 -8:30, only have to work 2 days in office rest is remote. - Company offers good 401k and medical benefits

Cons

- Upper management loves to micro-manage. Depends on the department. - Company pay's lower than the market standard. - Bad work-life balance, the job can be very stressful

Free drinks in the office and can take two home

October 23, 2022

See 2 more answers

March 24, 2022

Does Monster Beverage Corporation offer dental insurance?

Pros

- Great benefits ( medical insurance, dental, eye, life, etc.) - Fun to work for, you get to experience a lot of cool things. - Incredible coworkers! - Monster actually cares. Even paid part-time employees through COVID without them working at all.

Cons

- Low pay. Benefits are really good so it does make up for quite a bit, but they didn't even match inflation. - Consumer Engagement Department (Monster Ambassador Team) is a joke. While Monster Energy does care about their employees, they do NOT care about the CEM (MAT) department. The turn over rate within the department is ridiculous, but they have made no efforts in changing matters. In fact, they doubled down on it and have continued to add more work. Even the COVID rules are different for this department alone. After the department has been around for over a decade, the other departments have no idea what it is that CEM does.

Advice to Management

- Actually listen to your employees. - Don't call your employees lazy after many people conveyed their concerns about being over worked. - It doesn't count as helping, when the "help" you have provided increases the work load. - When your best employees are dropping like flies, that typically means people aren't happy. - Title change should be your top priority after 6 years of asking. Especially after upper management within the department gave themselves a title change years ago.

Great benefits ( medical insurance, dental, eye, life, etc.)

March 24, 2022

See answer

August 19, 2022

Does Monster Beverage Corporation offer family leave?

Pros

Great culture, health benefits and a true family atmosphere.

Cons

70% travel can be taxing

Great culture, health benefits and a true family atmosphere.

August 19, 2022

See 1 more answer

March 24, 2022

Does Monster Beverage Corporation offer life insurance?

Pros

- Great benefits ( medical insurance, dental, eye, life, etc.) - Fun to work for, you get to experience a lot of cool things. - Incredible coworkers! - Monster actually cares. Even paid part-time employees through COVID without them working at all.

Cons

- Low pay. Benefits are really good so it does make up for quite a bit, but they didn't even match inflation. - Consumer Engagement Department (Monster Ambassador Team) is a joke. While Monster Energy does care about their employees, they do NOT care about the CEM (MAT) department. The turn over rate within the department is ridiculous, but they have made no efforts in changing matters. In fact, they doubled down on it and have continued to add more work. Even the COVID rules are different for this department alone. After the department has been around for over a decade, the other departments have no idea what it is that CEM does.

Advice to Management

- Actually listen to your employees. - Don't call your employees lazy after many people conveyed their concerns about being over worked. - It doesn't count as helping, when the "help" you have provided increases the work load. - When your best employees are dropping like flies, that typically means people aren't happy. - Title change should be your top priority after 6 years of asking. Especially after upper management within the department gave themselves a title change years ago.

Great benefits ( medical insurance, dental, eye, life, etc.)

March 24, 2022

See answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

40 English questions out of 40

Popular Careers with Monster Beverage Corporation Job Seekers

JobsSalariesInterviews