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Reviews by DuluxGroup graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.5GradAustralia surveyed 7 graduates working at DuluxGroup. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 7 responses.
- Supportive, internal promotion culture, focus on developing people
- Great variety of work, with many experienced and supportive people to help you learn.
- The opportunities to grow within the business.
- Flexibility and opportunities provided
- The company values its people and treats them fairly and generously.
- As a grad, some work and tasks can seem insubstantial.
- The induction process into DuluxGroup. The ongoing learning and training provided within our roles could improve.
- Still developing its own ability/standards around some technical areas.
What insiders say about…
My role at the moment is very rewarding as I am free to do many tasks outside the base responsibility and develop/learn.
As we are a small team in Cabot's we have a great culture. We are a very open team and communicate everyday. This is what sets us apart from other SBU's within DuluxGroup.
The hiring process took longer than expected. I had a phone interview, after waiting I was then invited to a formal interview with the Senior Brand Manager and Marketing Manager. After the formal interview I was chosen for a second interview with the National Sales Manager and Senior Brand Manager. After the second interview I had to complete a Chandler Macleod assessment. After this time, it had been a few months and I was offered another position, I had to make clear to DuluxGroup that I needed to know if I had the position or not as this was a very long process. They then organized for me to have a final interview with the General Manager which followed with me immediately heading to take a drug test to speed up the process. I think if it wasn't for me mentioning my other job offer this could have dragged on even longer.
A very broad range of questions. Communication, stakeholder management, time management and project management questions. Also marketing related questions.
I would research online the most common questions that are likely to arise for your job title. I would take the time to understand the values and behaviours required for DuluxGroup and make sure you are a good fit. I would also come prepared with questions to ask the interviewer.
Hours can be long and there is also a lot of time spent travelling. Working on a salary you are definitely putting in a lot more hours than what you are being paid for. Timelines can be highly demanding and require a lot of extra time.
Currently I am on graduate salary. Due to this I feel I put in a lot more hours than what I am paid for however I do love my job and I know the opportunities that will arise.
Managers make themselves approachable and make an effort to get the most out of employees.
I have done a huge amount of formal and informal training from: Kepner Tregoe Problem Solving and Decision Making Franklin Covey Interaction Essentials & Productivity Workshops Lean Manufacturing training programs from TXM and CTPM Informal training by getting hands on experience with trades and factory operators, as well as contractors. Pulled aside by my manager to just 'go and observe' a person/activity so I can pass on future knowledge.
If you work hard and are a loyal employee there is room to move.
Everyone is accepted and given equal opportunity at DuluxGroup. Women are supported to return to work following family leave.
My employer expects each employee to participate in community projects and encourages involvement in extracurricular charities. They also run fundraisers for popular foundations such as Beyond Blue and Cancer Council.
Clayton office space is great. Some other sites are a bit outdated.
They are getting better but I don't think many businesses are serious about this beyond what the wider public expect of them and the public has fairly low standards for reducing their carbon footprint in my opinion.Join us to bookmark!
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