Years of Experience
Respondents who have been working for five to nine years make $76K annually on average. Broken down by tenure, the largest share of Unilever employees (33 percent) have one to four years of experience and earn about $64K per year on average.
National Account Managers earn the highest median pay at around $109K annually, followed by Regional Sales Managers ($103K), Finance Managers ($94K), and Manufacturing Production Planners (approximately $76K). Production Supervisors are among the lowest paid at a median salary of $54K.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck (approximately $114K per year) can be spotted in New York, N.Y.; Pleasanton, Calif. (about $103K), Memphis, Tenn. ($84K), and Trumbull, Conn. (around $81K) are the next top-paying cities. Those interested in increasing earning potential should avoid the city of Lisle, Ill. — at $60K, salaries are some of the lowest in the country. Across Unilever's U.S. offices, employees in the state of New York earn the most, taking home $114K annually.
Certifications and Degrees
Those lacking certification bring in much lower salaries than APICS Certification in Production and Inventory Managements, who make $85K per year. Becoming a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt can certainly pay off here; those folks make approximately $84K on average. Unilever workers who hold a B.A. in Liberal Studies are also well compensated, earning around $103K on average.
The highest-paying skill to have in this role seems to be Sales Management; employees claiming this as part of the toolbox earn a median of about $97K annually. A skill that is commonly seen around here is Microsoft Excel; nearly one in four deem it necessary for work. Other skills in demand are Microsoft Office, Project Management, and Quality Assurance / Quality Control.
Benefits and Perks
Paid time off is scarce, with only about one in three survey participants receiving paid vacation and nearly one in seven workers receiving sick leave. A 401(k) program is available, and a large number of respondents use it to save for retirement. Almost all workers receive health insurance, and a large number of survey participants get dental coverage. Other privileges include a casual working environment, a subsidized cell phone, tuition reimbursement, and life insurance.