- outsourced developers by companies with their own interests
- too much pressure from non-technical managers
- technology stack too old
While there were interesting times and challenges, this is not an IT company (and they keep saying).
Lots of good developers / engineers, very little good middle managers to support these.
free coffee, nice offices
too many people (and experience levels) on projects, constant fear of being outsourced
The company and the products are nice, the collegues are friendly and most of the time work-life balance can be achieved. The salaries are good and the offices are nice to work in.
Sadly though re-organizations happen now quite frequently, so at the moment security is not guaranteed.
The role of trainer within Nespresso is fortunately quite diverse, with the core of the business focused on coffee there are other elements that need to be covered, such as Sales Speech, Human Behaviour, the art of questioning, knowledge on machines and other products. Working with internal stakeholders to provide material for the markets is challenging. There is a need for real stakeholder management and project management skills. The hardest part of the job is waiting for decisions to be made and the most enjoyable is by far helping the markets. The interaction is key to understand what is required by each market and due to the cultural differences this has a huge impact on the finished product.
Working at Nespresso was one of my favorite jobs not only because the coffee is excellent and the HQ environment superb it was also the most innovative and cutting edge work I have ever seen Nestle attempt.
great company with a lot of possibilities if you are not willing to go too fast. work life balance should be improved but on the other hand, many possibilities of giving ideas and influence others. Very good athmosphere
Nestle Nespresso has a great work environment. Great Cantine. Free coffee ;). All tools and process are already in place and continuously improving. This structured environment allows me to discover the full scope of a eCommerce project.