Cerberus Capital Management


Cerberus Capital Management Reviews

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Stephen A. Feinberg
4 Ratings

    Horrible, spring 2013 purchased Jewel Osco, that's when the nightmare started.

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    I have been working at Cerberus Capital Management full-time (more than 10 years)


    Tenure associates have good health benefits, medical, vison and dental for family even for part time associates. 401k retirement as well.


    Management from store directors, district mgrs to top management treat the supervisory mgrs and the labors with disrespect no regard for their human life.
    More worker's and hours are needed to accomplish the unreasonable daily tasks.
    It is not human nature for one to work at their max on a daily basis. This can be very debilitating after time. Supervisory managers are treated like slaves. Constant treat of losing ones job. Must be available 24/7. Evening on one's day off as well as Vacation time. Job doesn't pay enough we're not six figure office mgrs. We do the grunt work. No time to manage the impossible. So please do sell sell us you're horrible to work for worse than svu.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    STOP you're ABUSE Bully ING management
    Style. From store mgrs, district managers up. We are human beings.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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Website www.cerberuscapital.com
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Finance
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors KKR, The Blackstone Group, TPG

Named after the mythical three-headed dog that guards the gates of hell, Cerberus Capital Management has been a driving force in private equity. One of its most notable moves was its 2007 purchase of 80% of Chrysler from Daimler (a stake that has since been eradicated). Cerberus was also the lead investor of a group that acquired 51% of GMAC (now Ally Financial), the financing arm of General Motors. Additionally, the firm owns bus maker Blue Bird and Tower Automotive. Although the firm made headlines with its automotive investments (and that industry's financial woes... More

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