Thread regarding Mondelez International Inc. layoffs

Working at Mondelez has become a JOKE

When Kraft owned Nabisco it was a totally different place to work. Management respected their employees and employees enjoyed their jobs and the work. We worked hard and were rewarded for our work. Teams were really that, a team.
Once Mondelez was formed and they no longer had a parent company ensuring ethics were followed, things changed dramatically. A whole lot of managers whose power went to their heads and they trained another generation of management the same. Treat employees like dirt, lie, discriminate...you name it. It has fast become for field sales employees the worst place on earth to work. Most people don't work here cause they "like it", only cause they feel "stuck".
Reps that have no degree and have been here for a long time make ok money for not having a degree and have no place to go. The reality is a new college grad can start making 100k with no problem, to start. The unfortunate part is Mondelez reps have to be treated like dirt, lied to, worked like a dog, to make that...and not respected.
Working at Mondelez has become a JOKE.
I am glad I completed my education and left. Way too respect for myself. Feel badly for my friends that are "stuck", or at least feel stuck. They hate it.

@cto+1g1di7Ge put it perfectly!

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Since I am the original author of this post, I will absolutely answer why I still visit this site! I have friends that still work at Mondelez!!!!!! They do feel stuck and don't have the resources I did and do to move on. My heart aches for them because Mondelez management is the absolute worst people I've dealt with in all my life and those that want to get out need encouragement.
I don't need to "worry about my new job", those days ended when I left Mondelez. Respect, praise, gratitude are now, once again apart of my daily vocabulary. People don't mind working hard as long as they are treated with dignity, something Mondelez seems to not understand.
Hope this explains! Good luck to ya

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Post ID: @2aob+1g2iXjkf

Just because people leave does not make this company any less disgusting to work for.

Pretty sure people that have left still comment to give hope to those still working here that the grass really is greener on the other side, and to take their advice and LEAVE!!!

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Post ID: @2ajo+1g2iXjkf

If you left why are you still here commenting? Go worry about your new job

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Post ID: @2cpy+1g2iXjkf

If that were true, they wouldn't have a revolving door of employees. WRONG

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Post ID: @2khi+1g2iXjkf

What are you talking about? This is still a great place to work! Only a small vocal minority post alot to complain. These folks are cr-p workers anyway and would be problably better off collecting welfare and eating canned sausages.

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Post ID: @1wsa+1g2iXjkf

Yep. Used to be a place that i was proud to work for. Emphasis on " used to be"

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Post ID: @ypz+1g2iXjkf

You should have seen what is was like before Kraft bought Nabisco. Great place to work. No GPS. No picture taking. No micromanaging. Selling and building large displays.

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