Surveys are completely pointless! It is not at all clear to me what they are for. First, (almost) no one is ever honest in these surveys. Secondly, even if we all respond the way we really think to get a more realistic picture of the mood and... — read more
I hope we don't hear about big layoffs for a while.
I couldn't even take today's engagement survey without laughing. Dirk has ruined this company. Our management is so out of touch
Anyone tune in to Town Hall today. Sure wasnt much positivity.
So tired of this company. I see other companies showing appreciation to employees but Mondelez is still squeezing the blood out of us. Yes I know I could leave but hope to retire next year. Just so disappointed in what used to be a good job
its a stretch i know to ask because everyone wants to be anonymous...but has any one on her tried to retire and had problems with fidelity? ive been in a circle for two months trying to get pension and i am running out of patience! any advice?
I hope I won’t be in this company in 2022. It's getting worse here every day and the only thing I still have hope for is to leave before the end of this year. It is worth staying here only when there is no other option or when there is still minimal... — read more
It would be an exaggeration to say that the leadership wants to destroy this company but sometimes I don’t have any other explanation for the things they do. Would someone who really cares about the company and its growth, success, bright future... — read more
Lay me off, fire me, do whatever you want - I just want out!
does anyone know the details?
Wow. If someone would start a class action suit I think alot would join and win. We are getting screwed on bonus opportunity based on supply and manipulating objectives
These people are sick. They have started to hire private security to rough up protestors! Please share this!!! https://mobile.twitter.com/sophiegreenleaf/status/1437521563222372353
If they try to skip over testing as an option and make the vaccine mandatory their labor issues are going to get a lot worse.
Is it me or does it seem like a bunch of kindergartners could run this company more efficient. Now asking managers to go run the bakeries and the warehouses. Pay people what they deserve! Ever since all the Coke people have come to this... — read more
Where the heck is our leadership. So many issues. If my stores looked 20 years ago like they have for past couple years I would have been gone. Maybe careless about diversity,equality and green planet and fix this company. So so sad.
Do you agree that Mondelez has too many great employees who could be much more appreciated in some other companies? When I hear that some great employee has left, I am happy for them as if I was the one who found a new job and left. This is not a... — read more
I have been working at Mondelez for several years and yes, the company treats employees very badly. I am not here to defend Mondelez, that is for sure, however, I have worked in other companies that also squeeze employees just as much if not more... — read more
I can see plenty of employees would like to organize a union, to stop the abuses by Mondelez. It seems people are scared to speak out, and rightly so. This is how companies like Mondelez keep their employees down, separated, and running scared. .. — read more
Anyone see the new allocation list. WOW
As a rep I certainly hate to see a strike but this company has put profit above absolutely everything. Glad they are doing it. I understand profit is a driving factor but we have sacrificed everything in name of profit. Nabisco is unquestionably the... — read more
I would prefer the leadership to take more care of the issues that employees face and try to provide them with a more dignified work environment so that employees do not have to draw attention to the problems they face through strikes. I wonder... — read more
For all you passed off sales reps. Contact these folks and learn how to start organizing in your area! The whole world is watching! Make them pay!!!!! https://www.ufcw.org/start-a-union/
"Danny DeVito on Wednesday expressed his support for a boycott of Nabisco products as employees at three of the snack company’s bakeries strike following failed contract negotiations."
Will this problem be solved or will it become more and more severe?
im reading the updates about the strikes and wondering, does anyone realize that these problems are almost as bad in the sales force? you know the two things are tied together and if youre not feeling the cuts yet this sure isnt helping! my teams... — read more
I don’t know about you, but I can barely rest so I can get on with my work the next day. Either my motivation has generally dropped or it has become increasingly difficult to work here. I'm more tired than ever. A job done by a person at Mondelez is... — read more
I worked at a competing company before I came here and I have to admit I was disappointed because I expected the working conditions at Mondelez to be at least a little better. Now it seems to me that it looks more or less the same everywhere in this... — read more
Nabisco workers strike at Portland bakery over workweek
How would you rate the changes that have been happening at Mondelez over the past few years? I don't like it at all.
I would never have stayed at Mondelez if I wasn’t close to retirement. Sometimes I even feel like leaving, despite my situation, because Mondelez is sinking painfully. Those who say that their lives have completely changed for the better after they... — read more
The less you do, the better you are treated. If you are a good employee who works hard and gets things done, all you get is more work. No wonder people are walking away, who would want to work in a place like this? With our cr---y management, no... — read more
or has it been a while since we've had layoffs?
There were posts every other day for years about Mondelez exiting DSD. People used to swear it was true, it was happening this month or the next month or this week or tomorrow... Yet here we are, DSD is still here, and the only thing gone are those... — read more
Also settling with the city is Mondelez International’s Bakery at 73rd & Kedzie. The business is accused of failing to provide paid sick leave to 465 employees. As a result, the business must pay a fine of nearly $100,000 and nearly $500,000 in... — read more
I was unlucky. It turned out that the new company I went to after Mondelez wasn't much better at all. The situation is really bad. However, guess what, I still wouldn’t go back here. How much worse must a new company be for people to want to return... — read more
What do you think it will be like and what will follow after it? Debacle? I don't have high expectations.
I remember a period when it was good to work here. That is why I find it harder to accept the situation like it is now. I wonder what Mondelez looks like to someone who has only recently come here? New employees do not know what this company used... — read more
When I first came to this company I did, it was important to me not to be much less productive than my colleagues. In my opinion, competitiveness is a good thing and is normal for any company. However, the problem is that Mondelez leadership has not... — read more
We all know that no job is secure here. Our number could get punched at any time. I’ve heard a few colleagues say they will do the bare minimum. Fair enough. I myself still keep on doing my very best - and I’ll tell you why. Doing the minimum is a... — read more