PZ Cussons Reviews
100% of the CEO
Pros – Solid training platform for middle managers
Great cultural values the CAN-DO attitude.
Flexibility to work in any locations ( factory or head office ) as long as the result is there.
Acknowledge performers and rewards them accordingly.
Cons – Business system is largely still finding its way lots of things needs to be done manually
Too many priorities at the same time - jack of all trades mentality
Meeting deathtrap, too many meeting while fewer things gets done
Advice to Senior Management – Focus focus focus, need to keep your head and actions where the value are
Shed SKU's that are not performing, invest on winning brands and reduce complexity
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – good quality of people, interesting work, great skills assesment matrix
Cons – vertical management system, unclear procedures, low pay, a lot of politics involved. wanted results but was not interested to improve process
Advice to Senior Management – set up clear management system, straighten up ethos of your senior managers
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Opportunity to be involved in many projects and learn a lot
Cons – Low salary. Not support from upper management. Blame culture. Silo approach between department
Pros – The people at PZ Cussons are really nice and fun to work with
Cons – The management didn't have big ambition and easily change their decision
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Working with internationally recognised brands, new excellently appointed offices, good employee benefits and HR policies such as flexible working and gym membership. Innovative product development and investment in R&D
Cons – Bureaucracy, management by committee, slow moving decision making, late adopters of new media, risk averse and cautious with new ways of working, lack of transparency in employee grades and salaries.
Advice to Senior Management – I doubt they would use it.