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  1. 1.0
    Current Employee

    Dysfunction from the top down

    Jan 30, 2022 - Anonymous Employee 
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    Pros

    Free beer monthly given out

    Cons

    The company has been steadily losing volume for a better part of a decade. Miller’s volume in 2008 was more than the combined companies today. CEO Gavin Hattersley somehow quarter after quarter gives the same stale message to get back to growth. They don’t innovate, but instead try to make their product seem better by using someone else’s idea. All of those failed launches never get market segment and die off without taking hold. Because of this trend, leadership puts the burden on the worker to make up the difference. Sales can’t sell and that cascade down to other functions. It is the “good ole boy” club where they pat each other’s back and watch out for one another. That’s why you see the same old failed leadership just regurgitated in other roles. It makes one wonder are these just puppets towing the line waiting for the next handout from maybe a Heineken? Because no leader, especially a CEO can fail so much in their vision only to be retained with more nonsense messaging. IT SAP projects meant to stream line the business only divided it by selfish leaders for their own benefit. Legacy East leadership did not advocate and fought against this transformation for their own selfish reasons. That dysfunction can only go on for so long and that toxic culture as well. Along with money dictating the close of legacy west, these same leaders on the east had no problem patting themselves on the back as they went up the ladder back filing those redundant roles that were lost. Culture like this does not change with a name change. Selfish leaders that are all in it for themselves and their empire. The worst part of the culture was the perpetuation of the mass shooting. Not only did the HR lady seeing over the culture of the brewery wasn’t fired, or resigned in disgrace, she was promoted to a corporate role now overseeing the whole company. Pay is good, but they will burn you out and make it seem their failed endeavors are your fault, when it is bad leadership, culture and dying product.

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  2. 2.0