All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Kimberly-Clark Limited employees based on 25 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.3/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.6/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.4/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.7/5
 
Company Culture:
3.7/5
 
Career Progression:
3.6/5
 
Colleagues:
3.6/5
 
Training:
3.2/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with, the level of responsibility and the learning environment.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working in a FMCG things can change very quickly therefore the work is fast paced and varied. Additionally the work you are given carries responsibility, but I did not find this daunting as in KC curiosity and questions are encouraged, no question is a silly question!

The company culture and employees are all incredibly helpful and supportive when you begin and as time goes on, helping to make it an enjoyable place to work.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

- High levels of responsibility.
- Exposure to senior leaders.
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- Good exposure into management accounting/mill operation/commercial awareness.
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Application Advice:

Apply early and really think about what is important to you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Sounds cliché but it's true- enjoy the experience.

Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Practise psychometric tests.

Interview Advice:

Learn about KC's values and behaviours and how you can answer a STAR question for each of these. KC value employees who embody the company values.

Learn about the company. If you can ask questions and show interest in the company, that will go a long way.

Supply Chain at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Create a strong CV that demonstrates your behaviours align with those of the business.

Interview Advice:

Show a passion for both supply chain and FMCG industry, demonstrate your ability to think independently and make decisions, demonstrate you fit with the key values and behaviours of the organisation.
Standard competency interview questions, think of examples that fit with KC's behaviours.

Supply Chain Graduate Trainee, Supply Chain at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Interview Advice:

There are several tasks in the graduate assessment centre. Be yourself and be authentic.

Graduate Trainee, Commerical team at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Get some experience external to University, don't just use Uni experiences.
Data handling is key for SC.

Interview Advice:

Most challenging experience and how you overcame it.
Ensure your competency interview is strong.
Supply Chain issues in the future (next 5 years).
Talk to someone in Supply Chain about what they enjoy about SC and try and get some exposure to what roles are available.

Graduate Intern, Supply Chain at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Tailor your CV to the company specifically. Look at the different values and KC behaviours.

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself.
- Make sure you have done your research and know details about the company and their values.
- Network and speak to as many different assessors as possible throughout the day.

Graduate Intern, Tactical Planning at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Interview Advice:

- Be yourself- KC like authentic people.
- Be confident and speak clearly.
- Don't be afraid to ask questions.

Finance Graduate Trainee, Business Analysis, Finance at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

+ Understand the K-C Behaviours and think about how you could demonstrate these when talking about your previous experience/skills
+ Research FMCG/ retail environment and be able to express a level of market and category understanding
+ Think about who

Interview Advice:

+ Think about using the STAR technique (Situation, Task, Action, Result)
+ Always ask questions
+ Be yourself
+ If preparing answers/questions do so in a clear and concise way

Category Analyst, Sales and Category Management at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Understand the KC behaviours.
Research FMCG environment and the categories in particular which KC operate within.
Research KC competitors.

Interview Advice:

Be clear in how you demonstrate these behaviours in your experience.
Ask questions.
Use star technique in interview questions.
Be yourself.

Category Management, Category Development Analyst at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Know the company comprehensibly.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself in the interview.

Graduate Intern, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Interview Advice:

Be aware of KC's values and behaviours, culture is very important to KC.

Finance Graduate, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Research current supply chain industry news, and find out as much as you can about the company values and decide how you could fit in with these.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for some standard competency questions and remember to be yourself.

Graduate Trainee, Supply Chain at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be adventurous, there are opportunities to experience different roles in different locations.

Finance Graduate, Control at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Let your personality shine through and make sure you fit with the values/behaviours that are expressed within the company. They're not just a tick-box exercise for the company, they're what they're looking for in future leaders (the graduates).

Interview Advice:

Again, let your personality shine through and do your research on the company's brands and values and what they mean. Make sure you demonstrate in your application answers that you have demonstrated these values and behaviours, as well as a willingness to be flexible and take on new opportunities.

Supply Planner, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Go for it! Amazing company, great culture and you get to experience different parts of the business.

Interview Advice:

N/A- interview process has changed since I applied.

Graduate Trainee, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Diversity is important.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show drive and motivation.

Product Developer, Facial Tissue at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Interview Advice:

Learn some supply chain basics and keep up to date with supply chain issues. Extensive knowledge of supply chain isn't required for the role, but some knowledge will definitely help you in the application process.
You will be asked 'Why supply chain?' - make sure you have a strong answer.
Culture is very important at Kimberly Clark, you won't be offered the job unless you fit with the culture so do your research on the company behaviours.

Supply Chain Graduate, Supply Chain Graduate Scheme at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Make sure you do your research about the company - not just what's available on the website. Read up on current supply chain issues within the industry and those that have affected KC.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you are prepared! Have examples of times you have shown key competencies in work or at university to hand. The interview consisted of standard competency questions related to the one KC behaviours.

Logistics Analyst, Logistics at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Really think about how you can add value to the business.

Interview Advice:

Questions will focus on how you take ownership and accountability in a work environment - so think about good examples that show how you drive yourself and others to achieve the best overall outcome.

Supply Chain Graduate, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Apply early, ensure you use well thought out examples for each question.
Have your answers / CV / experiences in front of you during the telephone interview.

Interview Advice:

Always answer in STAR format.
Take the opportunity to network with ALL employees involved with the Assessment Day.
Be engaging and ask a lot of questions.
Enjoy the day.

EMEA Logistics Analyst, Logistics at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! It sounds silly, but Kimberly-Clark are looking for people that will fit into their culture and thrive in the working environment- so let your personality shine through!

Interview Advice:

Research the company, follow the STAR principle when answering questions, having experience definitely helps and show your passion for FMCG!

Commercial Graduate, Family Care Marketing at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and ensure you are a match to the KC behaviours.

Interview Advice:

Questions linked to the KC behaviours.

Customer Account Manager, Consumer Sales at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Application Advice:

Really show why you'd like to work for Kimberly-Clark, what you'd bring to K-C and what makes you stand out.

Interview Advice:

Be well prepared, know about the company and what they stand for. Be ready to complete various exercises throughout the day, so be resilient. Be yourself and enjoy the day, it's not only what you know but the person you are!

Graduate trainee, Sales at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

People in the company are genuinely awesome, they will help you with anything if you ask for assistance and they all want the best for you.

Worst:

Not enough training, role specific or general development, to satisfy. It's an area that's completely dependent on the quality of the team leader, with no standard process in place for bringing talent into a team, which means a lot of the time skills are missed and it takes longer to make an impact that it should, which I think is harmful to the talent in the organisation.

Supply Chain Graduate Trainee, Supply Chain at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

work/life balance. Big company that feels like a small one.

Worst:

Limited role availability due to size

Graduate Trainee, Commerical team at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

People culture really good.
Good level of progression for Graduates.

Graduate Intern, Supply Chain at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

Great culture
Focus on personal development
Friendly and helpful colleagues

Graduate Intern, Tactical Planning at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

well known and recognised mulit-national cooperation
look after employees
wide range of career opportunites avaliable for staff
good work-life balance
good benefit packages

Worst:

locations of offices/mills are not easy to get to
not enough expansion and growth

Finance Graduate Trainee, Business Analysis, Finance at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

Values
People
Job Roles

Category Management, Category Development Analyst at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

Great ethics and behaviour, very understanding of individuals.

Graduate Intern, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

Opportunities that are available, many senior leaders have progressed internally to the position they hold

Worst:

There is a culture to continually progress and develop, so many people change roles every 18months - 3 years.

Finance Graduate, Control at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

Great teams to be a part of, inspiring work culture and great opportunities to develop supply chain knowledge and build a variety of skills

Worst:

On-boarding and developing a better process for developmental training when entering the company.

Supply Planner, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

Trust in their employees
Great work flexibility
Very supportive and engaging work environment

Supply Planner, S & OP at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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Best:

culture, work/life balance, extra activities

Worst:

NA

Graduate Trainee, at Kimberly-Clark Limited
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