Musgrave Careers and Employment
- CEOChris Martin58%approve of Chris Martin's performance
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue€856m to €4bn (EUR)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
- HeadquartersCork, EI
Musgrave is Ireland’s leading food retail, wholesale and foodservice company. Together with our retail partners, we support more than 41,000 jobs, in more than 1,400 stores and offices, with combined total retail sales of €5.4 billion.
At Musgrave our values and purpose challenge and inspire us to do the right thing, with a focus on practising good, fair and honest business, a commitment to profit with purpose and working relentlessly to innovate and lead the way in our market.
Our brands are successful because they meet the changing needs of today’s shoppers and are developed in collaboration with outstanding local entrepreneurs based in the communities they serve.
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Hard work for poor pay, lot of employees leaving so there is a lot of turnover, very little opportunity for movement or advancement in the company so ya
I worked as a supply chain co ordinator. No proper training, long hours, really poor management. Salary not competitive verses the market. Not aligned to their company values.
The payment is the only thing is more brutal (shittier) than the job!!! The management very weak and I don’t think any of them have any idea why they are really there.
You will be treated very poorly by management in Musgraves. They will lie through their teeth in the interview about the hours you will be working. You are expected to work as much overtime as they require of you, you will pull one or two 12 hour shifts a week, if you ask for the hours they initially told you that you would be working or at the very least less hours they will simply tell you to bunk on, or except the hours they give you.
I worked for Musgrave Wholesale Partners as a multi-drop van delivery driver through Excel recruitment. The van program was created by the Cork depot manager at the time to alleviate pressure from the rigid truck drivers by taking customers off their list which would be inconvenient. The program was very successful through the busy summer months. I enjoyed meeting Musgraves's customers which ranged from care homes small shops restaurants hotels, and all sorts. It was also a good way of learning about how the wholesale and logistics industry works. Work was hard in busy weeks but that's to be expected when working in such a successful company. An advantage is that due to the companies size there are many opportunities for promotion into new roles. There are many others jobs that Musgraves offer onsite that aren't as enjoyable as delivering. Most of these jobs are picking orders onto combis for Musgraves customers which is both very tedious and labor-intensive so caution is advised when accepting a job. I also think that Musgraves should and can very well afford to pay their labor force better due to the company's continued success and growth. Thanks again to all the supportive management.
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Can u walk and talk?? HIRED. simple U just need a pulse to work here.
When can you start, slave?
Knowlege of the company. Previous experience with machines Previous work places.