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Pernod Ricard Winemakers Reviews
Reviews by Pernod Ricard Winemakers graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.4GradAustralia surveyed 4 graduates working at Pernod Ricard Winemakers. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 4 responses.
- 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 about…
My role is challenging as you must be flexible, patient, well prepared and constantly 'on' with strong attention to detail and managing multiple facets. As a result though, the role is very satisfying and I am always very happy with a win.
Very relaxed and convivial. People work hard whilst at work but enjoy time outside of work together as well
Long and extensive. Some 9 months from start to end. Began with a video application followed by phone interviews and in person and online interviews mixed with psychometric testing
A lot about my previous experience in our industry
Ensure you read up about the company before hand and be yourself. Don't fall into the trap of thinking the company culture is what it's not.
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.
I am offered a salary increase only through PRW, the brand owner, and the salary increase was very low this financial year. I do not receive any benefits of the PRUK bonus scheme, which is a shame as I am contributing to their local success.
Occasional wine samples and fantastic events to attend in London and around the UK. A return flight to Australia once every calendar year is a huge bonus also.
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.
6 months of training all around the world - Spain, Australia and NZ - was more than I could have asked for and it was an amazing experience. Hands on, informative, fun, and ultimately extremely useful in preparing me to do my job.
The opportunities are there if you work for them. The company is keen for you to succeed. Hard work is always rewarded
Strong sense of ethics and very multinational work force
Responsibility day is a day where the company takes a day to promote social awareness of issues ranging in topic from year to year. Promotes the safe use of our products a lot.
The Tokyo office is convenient and well located. Dress code is suit and collar (tie in winter) for sales and when speaking with customers, whilst back office is more smart casual.
In particular our wineries have many strategies in place to reduce carbon footprint and minimise our impact on the environment. For example at our Spanish winery, Campo Viejo, the Carbon Dioxide produced during fermentation is diverted back to the vineyard and absorbed by the vines.Join us to bookmark!
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