HEINEKEN USA Culture FAQ

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HEINEKEN USA has a culture and values rating of 4.

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February 27, 2021

What is the company culture like at HEINEKEN USA?

Pros

Great products and culture, local management team providing clear direction

Cons

Small organization with limited options to develop and grow career

Great products and culture, local management team providing clear direction

February 27, 2021

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March 2, 2019

What is the hiring process like at HEINEKEN USA?

Pros

Paid weekly like clockwork. Plenty of opportunity for overtime hours during holidays and big weekends.

Cons

Expected to work overtime through holidays and big weekends. Budgets were cut significantly when sales dropped resulting in jobs lost. Over 7yrs, pay rates did not increase while work loads did. New hires were paid the same as 10yr vets. Managers were hired from outside companies with zero knowledge of the brand, industry, teams, area, etc. while several qualified candidates were overlooked.

Advice to Management

Listen to your teams - they know more about the markets than computerized charts. Pay your staff appropriately and reward loyalty and experience. Trainers should earn more than the trainees. Hire from within the company. Experience with your brand and teams goes a long way.

New hires were paid the same as 10yr vets.

March 2, 2019

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March 2, 2019

How do employees feel about the requirements to work at HEINEKEN USA?

Pros

Paid weekly like clockwork. Plenty of opportunity for overtime hours during holidays and big weekends.

Cons

Expected to work overtime through holidays and big weekends. Budgets were cut significantly when sales dropped resulting in jobs lost. Over 7yrs, pay rates did not increase while work loads did. New hires were paid the same as 10yr vets. Managers were hired from outside companies with zero knowledge of the brand, industry, teams, area, etc. while several qualified candidates were overlooked.

Advice to Management

Listen to your teams - they know more about the markets than computerized charts. Pay your staff appropriately and reward loyalty and experience. Trainers should earn more than the trainees. Hire from within the company. Experience with your brand and teams goes a long way.

Managers were hired from outside companies with zero knowledge of the brand, industry, teams, area, etc. while several qualified candidates were overlooked.

March 2, 2019

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