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30+ days ago

Legal Manager

Japan Tobacco International Strombeek-Bever, NA

Position Purpose To advise JT International Company Netherlands B.V. Belgian branch ( Belux ), with particular focus on the Belgium and Luxembourg… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Project Engineer

Japan Tobacco International Wervik, NA

Gryson NV is a leading tobacco company headquartered in Houthulst, with a production facility in Wervik, Belgium (with currently approx… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Brand Manager

Japan Tobacco International Madrid

Support the GBM in the preparation of the annual 3 year brand plans as part of Spanis… experteer.com


21 days ago

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Groupe JTI d'autres, France

du poste lieu de travail: Lille ·        Lieu de mission : NORD (59) ·        Durée : 15 MOIS MINI L'agence de Notre Dame de… Glassdoor


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Japan Tobacco President, CEO, and Representative Director Hiroshi Kimura
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    An incredible place to have a career

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    I have been working at Japan Tobacco full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    JTI strives to achieve a positive work-life balance, but also compensates their employees very well. Pay is higher than similar roles in other competing companies and the benefits are among the best in Canada. They are consistently ranked in the Top 50 best employers in Canada for a reason.

    Cons

    The middle-management has been messing up things for a few years and seem hellbent on continuing to do so. Over-analyzing all of the small minute details and missing the big picture.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen more to your people in the field. The numbers and statistics don't tell you everything. And commit more budget to bigger projects instead of 100 little projects.

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