Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Nespresso USA (Über 8 Jahre)
Dynamic and constant changes keeps you on the edge due to constant growth. Spent almost 10 years and never felt monotonous. There’s so much changes going on, each role felt like a different job. The HR respects employees, the president is keen on transparency and one of the most open and frank, down to earth individuals.
No CEO suite and tie type corporate politically correctness. The message conveyed by CEO is always “It is what it is” and with an always open door approach. This reflects that the hierarchy pyramid at nespresso is upside down atleast from CEOs point of view.
I always admire this approach. Wether Steven Jobs, John Legere, they all have similar personalities, and I think this is the future. Employees in today’s age are much more consciously evolved and scripted and carefully crafted messages are not that effective. It’s just boring and can always see through it.
Employees are never laid off as a result of changes in business models. Nespresso always makes sure to find a way to make internal movements. Again clearly showing how they value their employees.
The company is growing tremendously fast. Thanks to some really evolutionary changes in the past two years. It’s growing faster and keeping the infrastructure in line with the growth is always an ongoing challenge.
Having spent 10 years, with so many management changes, each change for e.g manager comes in with their own set of expectations. Which is always an uphill battle.
Rat an das Management
One of the core values of nespresso has always been the employee rights and flexibility of enabling employees to challenge and the ability of HR to look at things in an objective manner instead of looking at it subjectively. This is inherently a Nestle trait I think as there are so many layers that empower employees to contest. With so many changes and uphill battles and management changes, HR I feel should never compromise on these core strengths. This is what I feel what makes Nespresso among one of the best employee oriented companies out there to work with.
One area of improvement is the NBS (Nestle Business solutions) support team in Ukraine. Although, they do a tremendous job of supporting certain crucial functions. But there is a huge attrition issue. With their employees on an average keep moving about every six months. This has an impact on the business for many obvious reasons.
Nespresso HQ could perhaps come up with some
Solutions to keep the NBS employees by identifying the core issue of attrition and come up with a solution. Ways to incentivize them to stay with business. For e.g such as accelerated career path sponsored by nespresso based on x criteria, on site visits to work closely with business or other ways to make them feel more valued and instead of just a support function, they are actually an extended part of the nespresso team.
Overall, I think Nespresso is still one of the best organizations out there and especially if you’re looking to challenge your self. Look. No further.
Ich habe mich online beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert bei Nespresso USA.
professional, prompt, and standard length for brand role. couple quick HR interviews over the phone, then 30 minutes brand manager over the phone., then onsite 1hour with brand manager, 1 hour with director, and 30 minutes with talent acquisition
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