- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Kellogg Company as an intern (Less than a year)
As an intern, the company is very invested in you and has your best interest in mind. They do a really good job of organizing events to teach you about the rich company history, and keep you informed on what Kellogg's is doing to adapt and change to continue to benefit society. Their intern program is very structured, and you will be given a lot of responsibility which allows you to learn and grow throughout your time there. They also offer benefits like summer hours and paid time off, even for interns.
There are some times that are stagnant because things will be busy and people need to focus on their own work. However, if you ask for more work, you will likely get it.
Advice to Management
Doing a gr-r-reat job!
I applied online. I interviewed at Kellogg Company (Battle Creek, MI) in May 2017.
1st round is HR personnel screening that lasted about 20 minutes and all practical behavioral questions. I was told i'm " on the list" for second round with the hiring manager, then after i did 3 follow ups over the 2.5 weeks after the initial interview I was told "oh you were emailed last week but guess you didnt read it, we're going with someone else." To place the blame on the candidate for their lack of follow-up contact is utterly unprofessional and unnecessary.