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Responsibility:
4.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.5/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.7/5
 
Company Culture:
4/5
 
Career Progression:
3.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.7/5
 

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Application Advice:

Focus on your achievements.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. If you do not feel comfortable it is because it is not the right company for you.

UFLP Finance Management, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Weave the standards of leadership into every answer you give.
Make sure you highlight what your motivations are for your role, function, industry and particularly why Unilever. What is it about Unilever that attracts you?
Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and relax.
In group exercises bring out everyone's natural talents don't just shout over the top of everyone to get yourself heard. This could reflect badly on you.
Have some really good examples for why you want to work for Unilever and be prepared to show your passion.

Assistant Brand Manager, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Use examples from all aspects of your life (not just focused on University).

Research the company values. Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do - so you need a clear understanding on what the companies ambitious goals are!

Interview Advice:

Keep up your energy! Ensure that you are enthusiastic throughout the whole assessment centre. If one section of the assessment centre doesn't go as well as you'd hoped (e.g. the case study) then forget about it and go into the next section (e.g. group activity) with a fresh mind!

Business and Management Trainee, Technology at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Really know the Unilever company and show why the USLP means something to you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. You'll realise on interview if it's a company for you or not.

, HR at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure you properly research the company and learn quite how large Unilever is as well as being able to say clearly and concisely why you want to work for Unilever.

Interview Advice:

Ensure that you are clear on Unilever's SOLs (explained on the website).

Visioning and Prototyping Centre Project Leader, Digital R&D and Product Design at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Review the Standards of Leadership and the USLP.

Interview Advice:

Prepare scenarios from different areas (work, study etc.) for competency-based questions.

IT Management Trainee, BTM at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Use the graduate blog and information on the Unilever website to help with your application.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!!

Customer Account Manager, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Start early and read up on the company. Pay particular attention to how you fit in with the company values and vice versa.

Interview Advice:

Relax and enjoy yourself. Make friends with the other candidates as this will help you relax and they may well be your colleagues in the future.

R&D Manager, Beverages at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Standards of leadership for Unilever are very important - try and incorporate these in your application when possible.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and calm - do not rant.

r&d graduate trainee, r&d at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Apply soon after applications open, normally around August/October as it is competitive and spaces fill up quickly.

Interview Advice:

Use STAR format to answer questions. Have plenty of examples aligned to Unilever's Standards of Leadership (SOLs).

UFLP Management Trainee, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Look to show the 5 competencies at all stages of the application process.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - making it to an assessment centre shows that you are well qualified for the role already. They now want to see that they can work with you.

NRM Project Analyst, Enterprise Technology Solutions at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Familiarise yourself with the standards of leadership, core competencies, current market conditions and know your brands!

Interview Advice:

Many of the questions are competency based so ensure you are familiar with these and answer each question with these in mind, to demonstrate your strengths.

Assistant Brand Manager, Personal Care at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Do your research.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Know your Standards of Leadership. Show genuine concern for more than work. Be interesting, challenging and committed.

Interview Advice:

All questions are shaped around our Standards of Leadership and Business know how - know our industry, our behaviours and our values.

Reward Analyst, HR at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Prepare sufficiently for interview.
Understand Unilever's requirements and make sure you can show how you fulfil them.

Interview Advice:

Standard of leadership examples.

Unilever Future Leader Programe Management Trainee, R&D across categories at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Focus on core competencies which can be found on the website. Also consider the approach to sustainability through the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan.

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

At all stages show how you have been a leader / shown leadership qualities. It is no joke that they hire people with the aim that they will become company leaders within 10 years.

Interview Advice:

Find out about competitors and Unilever's advantages over them, all of Unilever's work on sustainability, look at the Standards of Leadership.

Business and Technology Management UFLP, Chief Technology Office at Unilever
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Application Advice:

If you can understand what a brand is, not just in its physical form, but what the ambition of the brand name is, and what it stands for, you will begin to understand and have an insight into what Unilever is trying to do. If you can have an understanding of the brand and company ethos, you can help to expand on why that would be a good fit for you.

You need to be able to share not just passion for the company and why you would want to work for Unilever, but also why you perceive yourself to be a leader of the future.

Interview Advice:

The Unilever standards of leadership will be the main areas for all competency based questions, therefore ensure you have a range of examples to demonstrate competencies in these areas.

Unilever Future Leader, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure you make a thorough but concise application but just as importantly, make yourself stand out.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - the recruitment process is very competitive and interviewers are looking for very specific things from candidates, and so there is no point trying to assume you know what these are and acting accordingly.

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company's standards of leadership and values, especially around USLP.

Interview Advice:

Ensure your answers to competency questions are well-structured, and respond to the standards of leadership.

Assistant Brand Manager, Marketing at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be very focused towards the competencies and think of lots of examples.

Assistant brand manager, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Know the Unilever Standards of Leadership.
Know what's going on in the company.

Interview Advice:

I was asked a lot of questions that gave me opportunities to show how my experiences had developed my skills in line with Unilever's Standards of Leadership.

Technical Project Leader, Global Deodorants R&D at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Know the USLP

, Human Resources at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Do high level research, particularly around the USLP. Take a look at the standards of leadership and think about how you have demonstrated them.

Interview Advice:

As above - think about competency based questions.

, Human Resources at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Look into the function you are applying for and learn about it. Don't make assumptions as to what you will be doing, find out for sure! If you are successful in your application, you need to be sure that is what you want to be doing.

Interview Advice:

Relax, the interview process is designed to not be intimidating, and if you are stressed/ nervous, this will come across.

Supply chain innovation analyst, Supply chain at Unilever
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Application Advice:

- Be prepared
- Make sure you have the right motivation as to why you want to work for Unilever
- Have clear (STAR) examples of the required standards of leadership

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, you will be chosen if you fit in

UFLP Supply Chain, UK & Ireland at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Go for it! The array of development options on offer and range of projects are some of the best I've worked on.
Focus on why you want the role and what you can bring to Unilever and its sense of purpose and values. Think about why these suit you and what you can add to them.
Think about examples for the standards of leadership.

HR UFLP, Human Resources at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Do your research into FMCG and FMCG marketing. What are good brands and why?

Assistant Brand Manager, Regional Brand Development at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know about our brands, about our sustainable living programme and have a clear understanding about what role will entail (see graduate blogs on careers website)

Interview Advice:

Think STAR (situation, task, approach, result) in order to structure answers to questions and make sure you know about Unilever's "standards of leadership" which are the key competencies you will be required to demonstrate.

Graduate Trainee, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be relaxed, confident, truthful

UFLP (Financial Management), Finance at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Know the industry well and make sure you're aware of Unilever's Standards of Leadership.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you've had a good look at the Standards of Leadership; prepare for competency-based questions.

Customer Account Manager, Account Management; ASDA at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure you do your research about Unilever and our competitors. A career at Unilever is all about leadership potential.

Interview Advice:

Make sure to get up to speed with the Unilever Standards of Leadership.

Leadership Development, Leadership Development at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Read carefully what the questions are asking, bring in your experiences (studies, societies, work).

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Know your stuff about the company
Be yourself

R&D UFLP, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Supply Chain, in my experience, is all about problem solving and being as proactive as you can in that area and diving into the detail of issues. Aiming toward foreseeing problems before they occur and putting steps in place so they can't happen again.

Interview Advice:

Get to the point succinctly and use facts/data wherever possible. Manufacturing will always be driven by Safety, Quality and Cost (in that order) so focus on these areas as much as possible.

Line Leader, Factory Management at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Tailor your application to the Unilever standards of leadership.

Account Manager, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - but make sure you read up on the company and it's values - think about how you align to them

Interview Advice:

Can't remember

Regional Sales Manager, Ice Cream at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off by not having a related course / experience - potential is more important
Be willing to work hard to access the great benefits that are available
Be flexible - moving locations can be a pain but it's often how you get the best experience
Know why you want to work for Unilever and understand (as much as possible the business)

Interview Advice:

Look up Unilever Standards of Leadership - these are key to success
Access Unilever Graduates Blog page for more in-depth tips
Have varied examples wherever possible

HR Business Partner, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be honest, the company wants you for who you are not what your grades are. Brush up on the principles of the company and how it is trying to make a positive impact on the world

Interview Advice:

Generic competency questions, they are looking for how you answer rather than all the great things you have done. Take time to think about how you say it, as that is more important.

TPL Tresemme R&D, Hair Design at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are demonstrating the Standards of Leadership for Unilever

Interview Advice:

Focus on the key Standards of Leadership for Unilever (prepare key examples)

E-Commerce Executive, E-commerce New Business at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Understand the part, that the function you are applying to plays in the whole company and in relation to other functions.

Interview Advice:

Be open and honest. Have a range of answers ready for compentency based questions.

Management Trainee, R&D at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Take a look at the website and read up on Unilever's Standards of Leadership. Unilever constantly focuses on HOW their employees work and not just WHAT is produced. They will want to know more about this during the interviews.

Interview Advice:

Look up the latest reports on Unilever. You should know the company you want to work in.
Be prepared to admit your own weaknesses. But remember you can turn these into great stories on how self-aware you are and can turn it into a positive

BTM UFLP Trainee, CTO at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Understand the standards of leadership (competencies) and show examples of all of them.

Requirements Planner, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be proactive and innovative.

Interview Advice:

Able to put up new ideas as well as be a team player.

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Think of times you have shown real leadership.

Supply Chain Manager, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Take the standards of leadership seriously - these are what we abide by.

Interview Advice:

Think about how your examples fit into the standards of leadership.

Manufacturing Manager, Manufacturing at Unilever
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Application Advice:

-Organise relevant work experience
-Use the Unilever Standards of Leadership in your answers

Interview Advice:

-Be yourself
-Don't be afraid to ask the interviewer questions, it's a two-way conversation

Regional Assistant Brand Manager, Marketing at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be clear on your CV, make sure that you are able to communicate your passion for the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Always wait for interviewer to finish before speaking. It is important to take note of the interviewer's name, so you could thank him/her personally after the interview. Think before answering any questions.

Assistant Brand Manager, Brand Building at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you get an understanding for Unilever as a company, its strategy and its culture.

It is a very large organisation, so things may take time. This isn't negative, but to manage expectations.

Make sure you know and can reference your own examples of demonstrating our Standards of Leadership.

Understand the industry and our competitors

Interview Advice:

Pick out key examples that demonstrate our standards of leadership. Interview questions are usually competency based, so it is important you show the interviewer the impact YOU made in your examples.

Understand and give across your passion for the company and its mission.

HR Business Partner, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure your application shows your analytical ability and grasp of facts.

Interview Advice:

Situation
Task
Action
Response

Use this to structure your answers to, 'Give an example of'-type questions.

UFLP Graduate, Supply Chain at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Focus on why you want to work for Unilever, over any other FMCG (what is the USP?)

Interview Advice:

How do you display the Standards of Leadership?

Supply Chain Management Trainee, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

- Research, research, research. Don't apply unless you know everything about the company!
- Don't stress too much about grades etc, it's more about your ability to answer their questions apropriately.

Interview Advice:

- Talk about the USLP and its impact on you.
- Remember than you are always being judged on competencies and key leadership characteristics.

Assistant Packaging Manager, Packaging at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be honest, any lies will be exposed at some point during the process. Use the website to look at what Unilever want.

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Research the standards of leadership

Interview Advice:

Research the standards of leadership

R&D Management trainee, at Unilever
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Interview Advice:

Competency based, not too financial, standard

Graduate, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Really research the company's competencies and how you can demonstrate them. This is far more important than relevant work experience or degree type.

Interview Advice:

Have in your head exactly why you want to work for Unilever that is specific to that company and not FMCG as a whole. Understand the challenges the industry is facing and how Unilever is attempting to overcome them.

Shopper Marketing Executive Personal Care, Shopper Marketing at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, don't try to be someone else.
Know the FMCG market and the areas in which Unilever plays in.
Step up your business acumen.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions: think long & hard about these and come up with lots of difference examples.
Chill out.
Don't be afraid to challenge, or ask questions.
Don't dominate overly the group sessions, make sure you encourage everyone to speak...

Category Executive, Personal Care, Sales / Category Management at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Look at the standards of leadership as that is what you are assessed against

Interview Advice:

Look at the standards of leadership as that is what you are assessed against. Lot's of 'tell me a time when you' questions so have real life examples ready.

Assistant Brand Manager, Hair at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be friendly, honest, explore times when you have developed a good understanding of others and benefited mutually from that development. Skills like logic, teamwork and bias for action are more important than numbers and grades.

Interview Advice:

Work to a STAR policy for your competencies, try and come up with varied competencies, don't let your competencies be acheived just as an individual.

Packaging workstream leader, Packaging at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Think about leadership and the standards of leadership listed on the website.
Think about what makes YOU good for THIS role at THIS company

Interview Advice:

Competancy based questions
what is the diff between a customer and a consumer

Finance analyst for Supply Chain, Finance for Supply Chain at Unilever
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Application Advice:

To not be a shrinking violet. In Customer Development (sales) you need to be a strong communicator who makes their presence known within the team. Do not shy away from opportunities that come your way and ask for feedback when you need it.

Interview Advice:

It is such a cliche but it is important to be 100% yourself in the interview. At the end of the interview I was thanked for having a sense of humour and for smiling throughout the session. All the interview questions are based on the Standards of Leadership that can be found on Unilever's Careers website. It is crucial to relate all examples back to these standards.

Customer Account Exec, Morrisons Account at Unilever
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Application Advice:

- Be yourself - if you feel like you fit the company, then the company will like you
- prepare for your interview; know the type of business Unilever is and what drives our profitability
- dress code is smart/casual and not black tie

Marketing UFLP (graduate scheme), London at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Show your passion for brands and that Unilever sets itself apart with giving graduates real responsibility from the start.

Interview Advice:

Why Unilever over anywhere else? Unilever want to hire people who show commitment and passion.

Customer Account Manager – Hair, Discounters at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Apply early and ask a friend to check your application before you send it

Interview Advice:

Prepare and be honest (you want to be sure that you are actually a good match)

Business Analyst, IT at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your passion for the company and our brands, giving solid reasons for why you would want to apply for your chosen business area. Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Have a strong interview technique, for example using the STAR method. Relax and be yourself. Come well rehearsed with a range of examples to demonstrate your competenices - also check out our 5 Standards of Leadership.

HR Management Trainee, Human Resources at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure to read the Unilever Standards of Leadership, our key competencies. You should shape your application form and interview answers around these, giving good relevant examples. Be specific and make sure you explain why Unilever is right for you and why you want to work for them above competitors.

Interview Advice:

Times when you have shown leadership potential. Times when you have solved a problem. Times when you needed to seek advice. I was asked to give multiple answers based around key competencies.

Assistant Brand Manager, Marketing at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Answer any questions in the STAR format (situation, task, action, result) and give examples from a range of activities you have taken.

Make sure you explain why Unilever AND why your business function.

For the numerical and logical reasoning tests do lots of practice beforehand.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have researched the company and your chosen business function and can talk about why you chose them. Have examples prepared for when you have demonstrated Unilever's Standards of Leadership, again in the STAR format.

For the case study split your time equally between each task and don't panic! It is designed to be hard and for you to be pushed for time. Be confident in the decsions you have made - it is likely the person you are presenting to will play devil's advocate.

Make sure you speak up during the group task. If you disagree with someone do so in a constructive way.

The selection day is nowhere near as daunting as it would seem. The managers interviewing you want you to do well and will encourage answers out of you. Try not to be too nervous, smile and enjoy it!

Supply Chain Management Trainee, Project Management at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the business, think carefully about how your experiences matches up to the core competencies being sought in the application process.

, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

- Ensure you understand what Unilever stands for - and that this aligns with what you stand for
- Research our Sustainable Living Plan
- Know how we differentiate ourselves from our competitors

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself
- Good communication is key
- You have to show an interest in Consumer Products/ sustainability

Business & Technology Management Trainee, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

In this role you have to be resilient, determined and ready to fight your corner. It is important that candidates are confident that they have these qualities. This is not a company for "Shrinking Violets" which suits me but it may not suit everyone.

Interview Advice:

It is an old cliche but candidates must be themselves. I received feedback that I demonstrated that I had a good sense of humour throughout my interview and I believe that characteristics like this, show whether someone would like to work with you. Make sure that you thoroughly understand the "Standards of Leadership" and that you apply all your life/work experiences to these qualities.

Customer Account Manager for Skin Cleansing, Customer Development at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Research about the company, know how your function interacts with other functions

Interview Advice:

SOLs on the website

Graduate Trainee, R&D at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Prepare to be mobile and understand you might be placed in a role where you will have little social interaction will people same age and same interests.

Supply Chain Future Leaders Programme, Supply Chain at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Take your time. It is a really extensive application, make sure you sell yourself.

Interview Advice:

You really must be yourself in interview, it is a two way process, and you need to ascertain whether Unilever is the right place for you too.

HR Management Trainee, HR at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be open to unusual opportunities- Unilever has a vast array of roles which are not restrictive to applicants who have studied certain degrees.

Be unique- share qualities about you which are the things that make you different, nowadays, anyone can have a degree and 6 months work experience. Think about why Unilever should want to hear more about you.

Interview Advice:

Relax- it is a two way conversation, you should be assessing whether the interviewer is someone you could work with too.

Be yourself- if you're not and you get a role, short-term gain but a long-term fail.

Make them want to hear more- share interesting problems and how you solved them by using the qualities that make you unique. That way, they can't find anyone else like you.

UFLP: Business and Technology Management, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Understand the company, absorb the brands, look into the way Unilever is becoming one visible business. Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

The company is very friendly, be nice, make sure you stick to your STAR regiment and core competencies.

Workstream leader, Packaging R&D at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Apply as soon as possible because the recruitment is on a rolling basis.

Interview Advice:

Be proactive, innovative... but most importantly, be yourself.

HR Management Trainee, Talent Development at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Pay attention to the Standards of Leadership and think how your experiences show you apply them already in your life.

Customer Development Executive, Ice Cream at Unilever
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Application Advice:

No experience is too small to share in the interview - everything you have ever done is relevant

Interview Advice:

Asked LOTS of 'tell me a time when you' questions, so have specific scenarios prepared

Dove Hair Assistant Brand Manager, Hair at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Think your answers through so they give a real idea of who you are and get someone else to proof read it!

Interview Advice:

You need to show real passion with regards to working not only for Unilever, but also in Supply Chain.

UFLP, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Ensure it is the career you want to do.

Interview Advice:

Prepare.

Customer Account Manager, Customer Development at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Look at the 5 standards of leadership (Unilever website) - they rank you on these

Interview Advice:

Again standards of leadership
Be yourself, don't panic! Everyone who interviews you is so nice!

Assistant brand manager, Marketing – Dressings at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Try to think of as many examples to demonstrate your competencies as possible, prepare!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, it is as much you trying out the company as they are trying you out.

Category Manager Personal Care, Category Management at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate entrepreneurial skills and a desire to do good business.

Interview Advice:

Relax, be your natural self and find a way to get on with the interviewer.

Assistant Brand Manager, Personal Care at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Show your true colours and be proud and passionate in all that you have achieved so far. Don't shy away from talking about experiences that may not be 'work' related, talk about achievements that you have had otuside of work as well. If you have travelled, been to camp America or even just lead the organisation of a holiday with your friends - it all counts.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Unilever employ as much for the personality as they do for the skills and experience that you can bring. Show your personality, energy and passion throughout the application process and if Unilever is right for you then it will all work out.

Customer Account Manager, Customer Management – Tesco at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Think about how your experiences have shown your personal skills. Everything we do builds talent - we just don't always realise it!

Interview Advice:

Have an idea of what the company is about, what are its driving forces. Unilever has a keen environmental and sustainability drive that it is very proud of!

R&D Technologist, R&D at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, Unilever want leaders so you need to show you are personable and well rounded.

Interview Advice:

Keep calm and think through your answers, explaining as you go along. The interviewer wants to see how you think

finance business partner to marketing, brand building finance at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you can demonstrate that you can work in a team - and make sure you enjoy it. In a company like Unilever, you have to be prepared to work with others.

Interview Advice:

Do some research about the company, show passion for its brands - the brands are what makes Unilever great

UFLP – Finance Trainee, Finance Business Information at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic about Unilever and the brands, show knowledge of the retail market

Interview Advice:

Know who the competitors are

eCommerce Channel Executive, eCommerce at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be prepared, practice competencies and think consumer consumer consumer. Whenever having to think of or comment on business or product proposal - think consumer benefits first and foremost.

Project Coordinator, Hair Care at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Sell your experiences and personality, over academics. Unilever is an organisation based on people, and the right fit is very important here.
Correctly use the STAR technique, understand why Unilever, why your function and how you fit the standards of leadership

Interview Advice:

Be confident, make sure you have a bank of situations prepared ready to show how you fit the standards of leadership, dont be afraid to ask questions - its just as much about making sure we are the right company for you!

Finance Management Trainee, Household Care at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Don't feel as if you have to have studied finance or accounting before applying. What really matters is that you can demonstrate that you are interested in corporate finance and business partnering, and that you have analytical capabilities.

Look at the standards of leadership and find examples of how through university and extracurricular activities you demonstrate them.

demonstrate a willingness to work hard and be open to new learning experiences.

Interview Advice:

Much of the interview is structured around the standards of leadership, so brush on up those!

For the case study, I found that it was really helpful to practice consulting case studies from books such as 'case in point', as these provide a conceptual framework for approaching business problems. The case study is not about finance knowledge as much as it is about whether or not you can be confronted with a great deal of information and step back to see the big picture.

Be happy, eloquent, and dress smartly!

Unilever Future Leader Trainee/Global Analyst, Financial Analytics/Global Finance at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Be honest and decisive in your answers.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and be yourself. Unilever is unique. You need to fit.

HR Management Tranee, HR at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Think about the company ethos at all times.

Interview Advice:

I was told I talk too much, which is true. If I could do my group interview again, I would take this into consideration and let others have the floor more. In my one on one interview this wasn't a problem. In differs from person to person so try to be aware of your weaknesses and not to let nerves get the better of you.

I would also suggest reading up on and considering the company's ethos and ethical stance when answering senarios.

Unilever future leader trainee, Global Finance Sustainability at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Biggest advice is to get the application in early. It opens quite early and due to its competitive nature, in some functions all the roles are filled by November and it takes a good few weeks to get through the application form, online tests and telephone interview before the assessment centre.

Really focus on the Unilever competencies and how you have demonstrated them in your life so far. Although academics and relevant work experience is important, people often forget about shouting about the attributes that Unilever is looking for.

Make sure you know something about what each of the different functions in Unilever does and how they fit together, not just the function you are looking to apply for. This is really useful for the telephone interview.

Interview Advice:

Be very clear about why you want to work for the industry, the company and the function.

Do not panic if you do badly at one of the sections in the assessment centre, they take an average so just concentrate on the next exercise.

If there is a group exercise it is important to talk and listen - do not be overbearing but do not be the quietest!

Shopper Marketing Executive Personal Care, Shopper Marketing Personal Care at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Make sure you give yourself the best oppurtunity to get into the company by researching its values and mission, know why you want to work for Unilever. Look on our website, for further help.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself throughout the process, Unilever will see your potential.

R&D Graduate, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Follow standards of leadership.

Interview Advice:

Have a personality.

Sales, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company annd the function you are applying to. You need to make sure that you have a complete understanding of that function and why you want to apply to it. Also make sure that you bring out the best of your experiences, and use a variety of them. Not all of them need to be university-focused, they can be related to your travel or society experience.

Interview Advice:

Have confidence and be truthful. Really show your passion and enthusiasm

Global Assistant Brand Manager, Oral Care, Oral Care at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Ensure you give examples that show you as a leader, not one of many. Be honest about your experience, and apply as soon after application opening as possible.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm, be yourself and speak up. The interviewer needs to hear your point of view. Do not put others down, but hold your ground until a decision has been made, then allign with the rest of the group and get the job done.

UFLP R&D Trainee, Laundry at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Research the company

Interview Advice:

Research the company

Management trainee, R&D at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Put in the effort with the application. It's challenging but worth it in the end. Use the STAR structure and make sure you have someone else check it before you submit.

Interview Advice:

Have fun. Parts of the interview is as a group. Don't disagree with others just for the sake of having your voice heard

IT project manager, at Unilever
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Application Advice:

Always relate your answers to the Unilever core competencies and refer to these competencies throughout the interview process in your answers.

Interview Advice:

Know what function you want to apply to and show a passion for it with strong reasoning for wanting to work in that area, but also show an appreciation of the multidisciplinary nature of Unilever.

Use the 'STAR' telephone interview technique or something similar - structured answers are really important. And all interviews will have competency based questions so prepare examples that relate to the Unilever core qualities stated on their website (bias for action, growth mindset etc...)

Assistant Brand Manager, Deodorants at Unilever
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