Working at Ferrero: Company Overview and Reviews

43 reviews
Ferrero Ratings
Average rating of 43 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
3.5Pay & Benefits
2.9Job Security & Advancement
Luxembourg, IT
More than $10B (USD)
Food and Beverages

Popular jobs at Ferrero

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R&D Engineer
3 Salaries reported
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Maintenance Mechanic
1 Salaries reported
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Quality Manager
2 Salaries reported
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Factory Manager
2 Salaries reported
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2 Salaries reported
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Salary Satisfaction
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 34 reviews
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Paid Time Off

Ferrero Reviews

Overall Reviews at Ferrero

Material Handler | Somerset, NJ | Apr 29, 2019
no fun and sad
my job was to make labels for the products that were coming out and transport the goods to a different location. plus other jobs, the job itself was not hard but managers would add more to your job and over work you. plus you had to finish for first shift if they didn't get their work done leaving you with a messy work station which you had to clean, which took time from your work. also the way they would operate was not the best, I had so many ideas on how to make work more efficient but they wouldn't hear it. managers would ask for results but wouldn't provided you with the tools to get the job done. most managers or leads are two faced they would do anything to impress the boss but be jerks to the employees behind his back, I think it would be a good idea if they sat down with employees and ask them about how the job is because people want to say something but are scared of the managers. the job would be great if they did some rework
Prospeople are friendly
Conslow pay, short breaks, favoritism, poor management
Customer Service Representative | Parsippany, NJ | Mar 12, 2019
Dont know wish to answer
If you are a contractor you get used like if you are sheep and once they get everything out of you say good bye . They prefer to hire someone from the outside then the person that is already doing the job . My word of advise do not take a job as a contractor for this company
Supply Chain Specialist | Parsippany, NJ | Mar 17, 2019
It’s ok
The benefits were decent, work from home policy was great, being able to chose between 3 start times was good. There are perks that come with working at Ferrero but if you’re not Italian or a yes person, you’re not going anywhere. The company has the potential to run very well if a few key people got out of the way.
Retail Merchandiser | Tampa, FL | May 8, 2019
Great products and super company to work with.
Never had a problem with supervision, product or programs. Very secure company and very solid programs. Always kept sales force informed and supervision was extremely helpful.
Prosvery organized
Conswent with broker force and laid off merchandisers.
Stage marketing | Ontario, CA | May 28, 2018
ambiente lavorativo stimolante
Ambiente molto dinamico e managers molto preparati e disponibili nei confronti dei tirocinanti. molto interessanti le attivita' interne all'azienda per una migliore socializzazione dei dipendenti.
Prosbuona gestione personale
Packer | Chicago, IL | Jan 9, 2020
Productive and high pace
Overall I enjoyed working there. Close to home and Transportation. Facility provide safety gear and training. Some shift are mandated. You have to go through a staffing company to be referred there. You start as a temp.
Customer Service Representative | Parsippany, NJ | Feb 5, 2019
productive work place
Family orientated, long hours, able to work from home to finish projects. Managers work well with employees to ensure productivity. human resources are very knowledgeable on benefits
Sales Representative | Pittsburgh, PA | Nov 26, 2019
Worked my butt off to get dumped the stress to sell was over the top for a part time position selling to Walmart was awful raises were small for the amount of stress that was endured
Machine Operator | Bloomington, IL | Jan 30, 2020
Machine Operator
Good pay but a bad work/life balance right now. Bouncing around from shift to shift and laid off some weeks then working overtime the next 5 weeks then back to being laid off.
Packer | Somerset, NJ | May 26, 2020
It’s very easy
On the first day I learned really fast, and everyone must learn how to work with an tape machine, for me it was easy packing chocolate eggs and everyone takes turn in every position

Questions And Answers about Ferrero

What is the vacation policy like at Ferrero? How many vacation days do you get per year?
Asked May 24, 2018
I dont have vacacions
Answered Jun 23, 2019
24 days per year
Answered May 24, 2018
On average, how many hours do you work a day at Ferrero?
Asked Jul 14, 2017
8-10 hours
Answered Feb 5, 2019
8 hours This can vary widely based on travel. When doing administrative jobs from field office a day can go from 8 to 12 hours due to complications with getting internal people to answer their phones.
Answered Jul 14, 2017
Interview process?
Asked Jun 21, 2017
Phone personal background and drug testing
Answered Nov 15, 2018
HR is difficult to work with throughout the interview process. Things are cancelled and rescheduled. Agreed upon times are also rescheduled last minute after original confirmation. In person interview follow-up was impossible to receive. Neither calls nor e-mails were ever returned. I find this extremely unprofessional after having been through multiple interviews.
Answered Jun 29, 2017
How do you feel about the future of Ferrero?
Asked Apr 30, 2017
They will be around forever. Started in 1947 with the Nutella brand. Largest, most successful company in Italy.
Answered May 25, 2018
Not so clear in terms of growth. No innovations. Old school culture. Centralized controls.
Answered Apr 30, 2017
How often do raises occur at Ferrero?
Asked Oct 31, 2016
Annual raises annual bonus structure
Answered Nov 15, 2018
2% per year
Answered Oct 31, 2016