Bimbo Bakeries FAQ

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33 English questions out of 33

22 February 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Bimbo Bakeries?

Pros

No Accountability at any level

Cons

Leadership Problem. There is no leadership

Advice to Management

Leadership

There is no leadership

22 February 2019

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24 June 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Bimbo Bakeries?

Pros

- There are thousands of hard-working, humble, empathetic individuals who work in varying fields around the United States. Predominantly in every field withstanding the majority of Corporate HR. - On occasion the company gives out free products as gifts and samples. The company is heavily invested in branding, which contributes to a culture of feeling proud to work for BBU. - The parent company, Grupo Bimbo, has strong values and a CEO who has vision.

Cons

- The HR field at BBU is incredibly toxic. Throughout the years that I worked with the company I witnessed a mass exodus of high-performing, well respected leaders within the Corporate HR department. - Conversely, the HR department breeds internal, political favoritism and is generally mired with nepotism from the executive levels and down. - Lack of internal equity at individual contributor levels - Promotions based on corporate status opposed to consistent achievement, focus, or vision - Blatant disregard of racism at management levels - Very few opportunities for career mobility within HR and general lack of process and integrity around performance management (subsequently blocking promotions) - Inauthentic commitment to D&I, isolated strategy on one demographic which is ironically bias at its best

Advice to Management

Most of management within HR - specifically at the executive levels - is the problem. My advice to the CHRO and/or Daniel Servitje is to hire a third party consultant to investigate HR and Talent, clean house, and rebuild from the ground up.

Inauthentic commitment to D&I, isolated strategy on one demographic which is ironically bias at its best

24 June 2019

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9 October 2019

How is management perceived at Bimbo Bakeries?

Pros

Decent Wage, Benefits, Union shop

Cons

Poor management, Bad working conditions, No advancement opportunities, Terrible HR support, Constant worker intimidation

Advice to Management

The culture is rotten you need to rebuild from the top down. Update your employee support systems for the employees..I have to still fill out paper documents for things like W-2, Direct Deposits...really? If you had not purchased an established brand there is no way you would still be in business. You should be ashamed.

Poor management, Bad working conditions, No advancement opportunities, Terrible HR support, Constant worker intimidation

9 October 2019

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2 July 2020

Are employees at Bimbo Bakeries generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Nice environment great people and work

Cons

No cons such a great experience

Nice environment great people and work

2 July 2020

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24 June 2019

What is the company culture like at Bimbo Bakeries?

Pros

- There are thousands of hard-working, humble, empathetic individuals who work in varying fields around the United States. Predominantly in every field withstanding the majority of Corporate HR. - On occasion the company gives out free products as gifts and samples. The company is heavily invested in branding, which contributes to a culture of feeling proud to work for BBU. - The parent company, Grupo Bimbo, has strong values and a CEO who has vision.

Cons

- The HR field at BBU is incredibly toxic. Throughout the years that I worked with the company I witnessed a mass exodus of high-performing, well respected leaders within the Corporate HR department. - Conversely, the HR department breeds internal, political favoritism and is generally mired with nepotism from the executive levels and down. - Lack of internal equity at individual contributor levels - Promotions based on corporate status opposed to consistent achievement, focus, or vision - Blatant disregard of racism at management levels - Very few opportunities for career mobility within HR and general lack of process and integrity around performance management (subsequently blocking promotions) - Inauthentic commitment to D&I, isolated strategy on one demographic which is ironically bias at its best

Advice to Management

Most of management within HR - specifically at the executive levels - is the problem. My advice to the CHRO and/or Daniel Servitje is to hire a third party consultant to investigate HR and Talent, clean house, and rebuild from the ground up.

Conversely, the HR department breeds internal, political favoritism and is generally mired with nepotism from the executive levels and down.

24 June 2019

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