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Carlton & United Breweries

4.5
  • > 100,000 employees

Carlton & United Breweries Reviews

GradAustralia surveyed 5 graduates working at Carlton & United Breweries. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.5
Based on 5 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Very driven smart people at the top of their field.
  • Being involved with the production and management of leading products.
  • Fantastic culture, plenty of perks, proud to work on an incredible portfolio of brands.
  • Dedicated, well-developed graduate program with managers' support from day-to-day (on-site) and learning & development (off-site national manager) manager. Self-directed to achieve milestones through program assessments across technical and more broadly other parts of the business. Opportunities to travel and spend time at other sites. Working on a mix of projects, technical learning, personal development (e.g. team leading).
  • Workload.
  • Lots of changes in a short time
  • We have very lean teams across the business, which means everyone must be highly self-sufficient.

What Insiders Say

8.4
Career Prospects
8.4
Career Prospects
Open and regular performance review with a discussion around personal development plans and opportunities. Strong culture of seeing how people perform in new roles if they're ready for it.
9
Corporate Social Responsibility
9
Corporate Social Responsibility
ABI's Better World Committee is a good example and one that some graduates are involved in (including myself). Streams include smart agriculture, energy and carbon, water, packaging and responsible drinking.
9.2
Culture
9.2
Culture
I could not more highly recommend that this is a company to be a graduate in. CUB and its parent company, AB-InBev, are committed to recruiting and developing talent through formal graduate programs and development roles. Each of the site's major departments (brewing, packaging, engineering, quality, etc.) are self-contained and work together daily. There is always some collaborative effort happening as well.
8
Diversity
8
Diversity
The company has made a significant commitment to diversity, but most senior leaders are men over 35.
9
Satisfaction