Pabst FAQ

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9 English questions out of 9

22 October 2018

What is the feeling of job security at Pabst?

Pros

Working remote Co workers Relationships ships with my accounts The Company owner is awesome

Cons

Ton of lay offs in the last 3 years, No job security.

Ton of lay offs in the last 3 years, No job security.

22 October 2018

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12 June 2019

How is management perceived at Pabst?

Pros

Free snacks and free beer. Free merchandise occasionally.

Cons

Biggest fear-based culture I’ve been a part of. This place is a sinking ship. 4 layoffs with many more people getting fired since 2015. Sr Mgmt has changed over so frequently, and there is a lot of back stabbing as they each claw their way to the top. If you are looking for a place where you will either get fired or laid off this is the ideal place for you. They claim to be all about “people and culture” but that is a outright lie. Sr Management doesn’t care about people at all. Many bad decisions made by the leadership team and their business is struggling. They only want people under the age of 40 working for them as “many in the company are too old.” They underpay compared to the market.

Advice to Management

Stand behind your values and truly live them. They are more than words on paper. Just sell the company and move on.

Sr Management doesn’t care about people at all.

12 June 2019

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21 January 2019

Are employees at Pabst generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Great people, beer, headed in the right direction.

Cons

Taking on a lot of different responsibilities

Great people, beer, headed in the right direction.

21 January 2019

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2 September 2020

What is the company culture like at Pabst?

Pros

Great hiring like minded individuals. Strong culture!

Cons

Lots of reorganization / restructure

Strong culture!

2 September 2020

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2 September 2020

What are co-workers like at Pabst?

Pros

- For the most part, the people are very nice, fun, and hardworking

Cons

- Constantly changing strategies - Siloed communication - HR doesn't care about employees - Shady business dealings - Frequent company restructuring

- For the most part, the people are very nice, fun, and hardworking

2 September 2020

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