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Brown-Forman Sydney (Australia) Reviews

  • "A great place to work"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Regional People Development Specialist in Sydney (Australia)
    Current Employee - Regional People Development Specialist in Sydney (Australia)
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Brown-Forman full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Culture, future sustainability, people focused, global reach

    Cons

    Lean organisation, working across multiple time zones

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Brown-Forman Sydney (Australia) Photos

Brown-Forman photo of: Australian Drink Awards 2017: Brand of the Year and Overall Most Loved Brand
Brown-Forman photo of: 2018 Top Award Winner for LGBTI by the Australia Human Resources Institute
Brown-Forman photo of: Town Hall - Australia

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Brown-Forman Sydney (Australia) Salaries

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$161,250 per year
$125k
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$161,250 per year
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About $120k - $139k
$120k
$139k
About $120k - $139k
$120k
$139k
1 employee salary or estimate
About $112k - $130k
$112k
$130k
About $112k - $130k
$112k
$130k

Brown-Forman Sydney (Australia) Interviews

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    Digital Marketing Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Sydney (Australia)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Brown-Forman (Sydney (Australia)) in August 2021.

    Interview

    I was interviewed by a Recruitment Specialist over the phone. She was obviously going through a checklist of questions so it was a very stilted conversation and she seemed so uninterested in what I had to say so I was surprised to hear that she wanted me to move forward with the recorded video interview. During the interview, she asked about my visa status and had me forward my visa papers , which I did.

    I went through the video interview process which had around 8 questions which was a mix of written essay and video Q&A. It was a very taxing process as all were mostly situational. These were the type of questions you would ask during an actual interview.

    I received an email soon after clarifying some things on my visa to which I replied but I also posed a question asking which part of it they had an issue with. I never heard back from them. To treat an applicant that way after going through so much trouble is just downright rude. At least have decency to reply to the personal email or send out an automated rejection email. Either way would have been preferable than just being ghosted.

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