HEINEKEN USA Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what HEINEKEN USA employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

HEINEKEN USA has a diversity rating of 4.

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February 2, 2021

Does there seem to be diversity at HEINEKEN USA?

Pros

Have the "family" feel when you join the company

Cons

Tons of non-value added activities to make upper management look like they are doing their jobs Relationships with external vendors aren't valued No clear diversity and inclusion agenda Employees have been retailed against when they speak up their mind

No clear diversity and inclusion agenda

February 2, 2021

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August 19, 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at HEINEKEN USA?

Pros

Very flexible working schedule. Work is not time sensitive. There’s a reason why there’s older folks who stay for 10-15 years because it’s great if you need a place to just coast through life and make average money in corporate. Actually more like below average

Cons

Lots of lifers. Which leads to a few issues 1. Work is stagnant. Not dynamic and out of touch with market place. Leads to a lot of “this is how it’s done here” mentality 2. No diversity in the Us office. Lots of European expats and white leadership. They’ve tried adding white females to “diversify”. If you’re a person of color, forget coming here. A lot of implicit bias. There was one woman on the finance team who called herself a “pure blood” in front of an entire room of 20 people. Someone had reported her to Hr, but they let her off with a warning. The only type of people who can get away with that is if the management and Hr team is all white. Basically, NAZI LANGUAGE ALLOWED. That type of language should put you on probation or fired immediately at other companies 3. The only way to claw to the top is through a popularity contest. You see a lot of “top talent” who are legitimately licking the boots of the management team despite delivering nothing. Delivery doesn’t matter here. As long as you have the “how” and you’re well liked, you will do well. There’s a reason why this company has shrunk from a 4 share to a 3 share in a span of 5 years. And why the bonus pay out is honestly embarrassing (if at all) 4. No innovation. Jenna who is the Vp was promoted extremely quickly yet in her 5 years, has delivered legitimately no innovation. How does an innovation VP become a VP when they’ve launched zero products into the market? It makes… NO sense. Once again, popularity contest. She kissed the CMO’s ego promising delivery.

Advice to Management

It’s helpless. Do what Ronald (the last CEO) recommended and let the ship sink. Sell it off. No one here knows how to grow the business. There’s zero leadership or innovation here.

If you’re a person of color, forget coming here.

August 19, 2021

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