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Carlton & United Breweries

3.3
  • #9 in Retail, sales and consumer goods
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Carlton & United Breweries Reviews

Based on 11 surveyed graduates working at Carlton & United Breweries. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
3.3
Based on 11 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Great people, lots of opportunities to learn and grow, support from managers
  • Real on-the-job experience, opportunities to join projects in many different functions, great events, great culture, good people
  • Free Beer Good, laidback Culture People don't take themselves too seriously Energetic and young
  • Plenty of opportunities to accelerate your career. Great support for learning & development. The wealth of knowledge and experience within the people.
  • The fact that your degree does not hold you back from gaining experiences in different departments
  • Constant change
  • Stringent funding restricting you doing your job at the moment.
  • Moves too quickly with rotating grads

What Insiders Say

7.8
Career Prospects
7.8
Career Prospects
Being a grad earmarks you for advancement and lets you explore and rise through the ranks quickly
7.7
Corporate Social Responsibility
7.7
Corporate Social Responsibility
We have a Better World Committee who work on awesome environmental projects
8
Culture
8
Culture
Fantastic exposure to senior leaders, cross-functional collaboration on projects, and a fantastic after-work culture.
7.5
Diversity
7.5
Diversity
We have the AMBER League, which focuses on improving the presence and leadership of women in CUB, and the industry as a whole. The AMBER league fosters an inclusive environment for men who want to learn more as well. We also have the LAGER network (Lesbian & Gay, Everyone Respected), which is promoting understanding, inclusivity and progression within the business.
6.9
Satisfaction
6.9
Satisfaction
Lots of project work during the first year, getting around all the aspects of the business.
7.8
Management
7.8
Management
I have always had managers who invest in me and my development. They make sure I get the opportunities I want. Feedback is something you have to seek yourself but I have always received constructive feedback when I have asked for it.
8.1
Office Work Environment
8.1
Office Work Environment
Nice office located conveniently close to Flinders Street Station. The dress code is very casual which is fantastic
7.6
Recruitment
7.6
Recruitment
Rigorous and effective. There were multiple rounds of psychometric assessments, followed by a case study. After the case study came a 1 on 1 interview. This was then followed by the 'Business games day' where you were split into teams and spent ~3 hours in competition with the others. Finally, there was a panel interview, where ~6 applicants interviewed with the CEO and the Vice Presidents. I thought it was a fantastic process, as not only was there a lot of variety and challenge involved, but it was a process that you couldn't plan for, instead, you had to rely on your own abilities. There was no hiding behind pre-prepared answers. Know exactly why you are interested in the industry and the company. They are distinct responses and should be clearly articulated.
8.9
Salary