Mission: Treasury Wine Estates will be recognized as the world’s most successful and celebrated wine company as a source of pride for our communities, in careers for our employees, in profits for our partners, in returns for our owners, and in enjoyment for our consumers.
I worked at Treasury Wine Estates (Less than a year)
Nice office and one of, if not The biggest winery group in the area.
The cons of any company which has been bought out several times over the years. Mediocre communication and corporate restructuring to the nth degree
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Treasury Wine Estates (Napa, CA) in December 2016.
Phone interview only. Interviewer was friendly and personable, but did not know much about the topic for the position, which is normal, but I get the idea that they didn't understand the importance of the role either. They indicated they would call me back, regardless of the decision, but never did. Many of the reviews of this company I see relate to issues with communication. I suspect this is probably a very valid assessment. I understand they likely have many interviewees to attend to, but even a quick form response would have been great. 'We have decided to go with another candidate.' ... anything. I would have rated the interview as a positive experience if not for that.
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