Mission: We serve the world by making food people love
I have been working at General Mills full-time
Everything is a positive experience.
Same as most other factories.
I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at General Mills (Singapore) in January 2018.
I was referred by a recruiter. The process consisted on two in person interviews with different directors, then one phone interview with hiring manager and online skills/personality test. Their interviewing style is very traditional, no brain teasers or conversational style interview.
Annette Frawley works in our Law dept. as senior counsel, intellectual property. She says: “I wanted to work for Betty Crocker at the age of nine. I didn’t realize at the time that Betty Crocker was a fictional character, but I knew the products with her name on them meant quality and were quite often present on the table during meals, family holidays, birthdays, etc. I remember the day I told my mom I had been hired at General Mills; she reminded me of what I had said as a kid. My instincts about the company at age nine weren’t wrong. I love working at General Mills with teams and individuals who care so much about each other and the consumers they serve. And who are so passionate about quality, innovation, the environment, engaging with those who choose our products and with those who do not choose our products, the farmers in our supply chain, giving back, making a difference in communities of various shapes and sizes. I love being able to still feel a connection to my farm roots. I am humbled by the caring, talented people I am so lucky to work alongside of each and every day."
General Mills is proud to be on the 2018 Working Mother Magazine Best Companies for Multicultural Women list. The initiative recognizes organizations that are most successful in bringing multicultural women into professional and leadership positions.
Learn about our inclusive programs and policies that helped us earn a spot on the list: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQWaW #WMMulticultural