Jameson - Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard
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- Inside buzz reviews from graduates (21)
What are the worst things about working at your firm?
"With head office in another country, communication can be slightly more difficult than if we were in the same vicinity. However, the company has recently expanded the graduate team in Dublin with the introduction of market assistants and as a result, communication is constant."Marketing, Graduate, Manchester
"Perhaps they could prepare graduates a little more for their specific markets, as it may be a bit of a culture shock for those graduates who go off to work in markets such as India or South Korea without knowing the ins and outs of the region before they arrive there."Marketing, Graduate, Cork, Galway and Dublin
"I think that perhaps graduates could be provided with more information about living in the country, e.g. social security, applying for banking accounts, etc."Marketing, Graduate, Oslo, Norway
"Sometimes communications can be a bit slow, but that is mainly due to time differences between Ireland and my time zone, but this isn't an IDL problem."Graduate, Shanghai, China
"The hours are very changeable and it's not your average 9 to 5 position."Marketing, Graduate, Lyon, France
"I have found that creating my own schedule can be difficult, especially when trying to fit in personal time."Marketing, Graduate, Austin, Texas
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