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Pernod Ricard Winemakers

4.4
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Pernod Ricard Winemakers Reviews

Based on 4 surveyed graduates working at Pernod Ricard Winemakers. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.4
Based on 4 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • No two days are the same and the fact I get to travel for work
  • Working with fun brands, freedom to create wine tasting and wine marketing experiences that are new, interesting and engaging. Working with a great team.
  • Variety in day to day work, challenging, always learning
  • Hours can be long and work can make its way into your weekend
  • Graduate salary could be better
  • Can be long hours but satisfying at the same time

What Insiders Say

8
Career Prospects
8
Career Prospects
The opportunities are there if you work for them. The company is keen for you to succeed. Hard work is always rewarded
8.8
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.8
Corporate Social Responsibility
We have a charitable funds-matching team where you can raise money for a charity of choice, and PRUK will match your funds raised pound-for-pound. Overall I think that many of us are committed to and encouraged to - help the local community e.g. Foodbox meal distribution scheme and the annual 'Responsib'All' day of volunteering in the community.
9
Culture
9
Culture
Flexible working hours, excellent team culture, take responsible drinking seriously, respectful, inclusive and forward-thinking.
8.5
Diversity
8.5
Diversity
Strong sense of ethics and a very multinational workforce
8.5
Satisfaction
8.5
Satisfaction
I work as an ambassador for our wine portfolio, educating customers and staff about our products to increase sales and marketing awareness
8.3
Management
8.3
Management
My local boss in the wine marketing team is a great mentor and good to work for. I feel included in the wine marketing team. I also report to the graduate program manager based in the Sydney office and though distance/time zones can make it difficult to get in touch sometimes, we manage quite well.
7.8
Office Work Environment
7.8
Office Work Environment
Generally good however local laws can often determine the location
7.8
Recruitment
7.8
Recruitment
7 interview stages from first video submission to final selection. Submitted a 3-minute video, received a callback, had 2-3 phone interviews in English (and some Spanish), a face to face assessment day in Spain, another phone interview, and psychometric testing. About my work experience, attitude to wine, career goals and aspirations, level of Spanish (my second language), knowledge of the PRW graduate program, and if I would consider working in the UK and/or the USA. Be yourself. Be honest. Only apply if you're passionate about wine and the wine business. Only apply if you're interested in wine education. Make a knockout video that shows off your individual interests and skills.
6.5
Salary
6.5
Salary
Salary is given based on performance which I like however the pay can be a little hard depending on the city you live in Free tickets, product allowance, events, taxis, dinners
9
Training
9
Training
Great training in all areas of the business (strategy, finance, logistics etc.) as well as gaining experience in vineyards and with public experience.
8.3
Work Hours
8.3
Work Hours
It's a lot of hours with some flexibility, however, this is typical of the Japanese work environment and not the case in Australian, New Zealand and Spanish markets.
7.3
Sustainability
7.3
Sustainability
Recycling bins, a new and smart office.