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Molson Coors Overview

Denver, CO (US)
10000+ employees
Company - Public (TAP)
Food & Beverage Manufacturing
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Molson Coors Brewing Company is a leading global brewer delivering extraordinary brands that delight the world's beer drinkers. We brew, market and sell a portfolio of leading premium brands such as Coors Light, Molson Canadian, Carling, Staropramen and Blue ... Read more

Mission: Delighting the world's beer drinkers.

Molson Coors – Why Work For Us?


It’s at the heart of every backyard barbeque and family reunion. At every sporting event, every concert and every sundown. Beer gets the conversation started and gives us a reason to connect—when we meet, celebrate milestones and reflect on memories. Whether we’re at home, at the bar, under the stars or sharing stories. Molson Coors brews what sits in the middle of it all, bringing beer drinkers together.


 It guides who we are, what we do and how we do it. Our Brew is our cultural and strategic compass, outlining how we play to win. It rallies our people to lead from purpose to performance.

Part of Our Brew is "How we Work". We play to win through these shared attributes. 


Beer brings us together, and our differences make us stronger. We understand that no two people have the same journey, background or experiences. We value the diverse styles and perspectives that help us innovate – meeting customer needs today, and anticipating the ones they’ll have tomorrow.  

Delighting in our differences helps us explore untapped opportunities. We inspire our people to get to know others so well, we’re compelled to act on their behalf—including our teammates, customers and our communities around the globe.  don’t take the easy route by doing things the way we’ve always done them. Instead, we grow by challenging the expected.


We know it takes great people to make great beer. That’s why we’re committed to developing our employees by offering opportunities to learn and grow. We offer a range of opportunites to make your career in beer a dynamic one.


Through our First Choice Learning Center, employees can explore live learning opportunities, on-the-job development assignments, online courses and everything in between to make you better at the job you have and prepare you for the one you want—whether you're looking to lead yourself, lead others or lead the business. We also offer tuition assistance and scholarship programs! 


It takes highly engaged and motivated teams to become First Choice. Exceptional results mean nothing without an exceptional culture so reward our people with more than just a paycheck. We offer competitive, affordable and comprehensive benefits. Our perks include flexibility to balance individual needs while continuing to deliver exceptional service to our consumers and customers.


We recognize excellence and differentiate rewards based on both what we do and how we do it. These rewards motivate us to win the right way and ignite growth.


Wherever we brew and sell our beer, we leave an imprint on our communities, on our environment and on our business.  It's what we call Our Beer Print, and we've been making sure it's a favorable one. After all, with great beer, comes great responsibility.  

We believe in producing a beer we can be proud of, from barley to bottle. That’s why with everything we do, from the way our farmers grow and harvest, to the way we work with suppliers and deliver in our communities, we’re making sure that every glass can be enjoyed responsibly, and protects our environment for tomorrow’s generations.

Responsibly Refreshing

At MillerCoors, we’re all about people enjoying a good time safely. That’s why we are helping people get more of their refreshment in a responsible way. To do that we’re expanding our low- and no-alcohol product choices, helping our beer fans make choices with responsible enjoyment in mind, and are partnering with customers, retailers and our peers in the global alcohol industry to champion responsible consumption.

Sustainably Brewing

We’re proud of our great beers. But we’re also proud of the way they are sourced and produced. Ensuring a positive imprint means responsible agriculture to grow our quality barley and protecting precious water resources from the very beginning. It means achieving zero waste to landfill, reducing packaging, and cutting energy usage and carbon emissions in our breweries. For MillerCoors, being a great brewer goes hand in hand with being a responsible steward of the planet.

 Collectively Crafted

Whether they’re in our breweries or in our neighborhoods, people are the heart behind our hops. Our beer is made by diverse and talented employees crafting connections with their communities and making the places where we work better places to live. From promoting the development, diversity and inclusion of our employees and suppliers to investing in local communities, we are committed to supporting our people, our partners and our neighborhoods.

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    Great culture, great co-workers. Feels like a close knit company despite its large MNC size


    None at this moment. All is great.

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Molson Coors Photos

Molson Coors photo of: Awarded a Top Employer Certificate in the U.K for 2018!
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Molson Coors Interviews



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    Canada - Corporate Affairs Senior Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Molson Coors (Toronto, ON) in April-2018.


    The process started out well. I spoke with a recruiter from the HR team who was very friendly and engaged and she made the screening process seem friendly and less robotic than other organizations I have interviewed at in the past. Once screened, I was called for a second interview with the senior male VP who led the department. I was told the salary boundaries up front to ensure I was interested in continuing in the process. I found the top range too low for job level but thought I would go in for the meeting before I judged if it was appropriate, however it was an early red flag that the job may be too junior for me.

    Once I was in the interview, it was a strange process and unfortunately, ended with what I felt were inappropriate comments that were asked to be given to me as feedback. I had been told I was a top candidate and that the meeting was more of a fit meeting than a formal interview. The interviewer (a senior VP) told me several times he would not be asking me the formal interview questions that he had been provided by HR (he showed me the sheet both times and put it back on the table) and that we were just going to have a conversation. He took a passive role in the interview so I asked if I should go through my resume and he said yes. Throughout this process, he asked questions and I offered relevant stories we had several discussions on items that would be helpful for this role. We had a two-way discussion and it was a cordial interview but I had doubts about the fit from a salary perspective - I felt they were paying well below industry standard for what was being asked of the candidate based on some of the feedback from the VP on responsibilities and upcoming projects. I did not let on but I chose not to not follow up as I wasn't sure I was interested.

    The HR contact asked to speak to me about 10 days after my meeting and the conversation started with what I consider normal feedback when an offer is not being made - that my skills were not a direct fit with what they needed and my experience leaned too much to one area. While this was not accurate, I was overqualified, I knew this was an easy out. I was ready to say thank you and good luck. However, the HR contact then proceeded to tell me that she had been asked to give me more feedback from him - she said that the VP felt “dominated” and that he didn't have control of the interview as he would expect. She said in the future I should consider talking less and taking a more passive role to let him lead the process. This is a senior leader who used a passive interview technique, asked me to talk about my experience, and then was complaining about it back to me! I could tell the HR person knew this feedback was inappropriate based on her voice and how she kept backtracking and was just doing what she was asked - but this told me about their corporate culture as she didn’t have to actually tell me this feedback if she knew it was inappropriate. Why this personal, subjective feedback was even asked to be communicated back to me is beyond me and it (in my opinion) had an inappropriate sub-context that made me very uncomfortable. Suffice it to say that this organization has lost a customer over this process and has a lot to learn about how to appropriately close the loop with unsuccessful candidates.

    Interview Questions

    • Nothing, he didn't ask one interview question - he showed me the HR question sheet twice and both times said he wouldn't be using it.   Answer Question
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Molson Coors Awards & Accolades

  • United Kingdom Certification, Top Employers Institute, 2015
  • Randstad Award, Randstad Award, 2014
  • Sustainability World Index, Dow Jones, 2014
  • Outstanding Corporate Commitment Award - US, Colorado Hispanic Bar Association, 2017
  • Canada's Best Employers, Forbes, 2018
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