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Working at Kraft Heinz means competition, cost-cutting, and for some, reward

Working at Kraft Heinz means competition, cost-cutting, and for some, reward

Certain kinds of people thrive at Kraft Heinz, one of the most ambitious and polarizing companies in the American food industry.

They're the types who can keep their desk clutter-free save for no more than two personal items, per company policy. The types who get amped up gazing upon charts of sales data posted on the walls at both headquarters locations, in Chicago and Pittsburgh, to see how they measure up to other teams, knowing a sizable bonus awaits the winner.

More than money is at stake, though. Those who succeed at Kraft Heinz relish the battle to be the best.

"It's part of the culture and in the blood to be competitive, always fighting for that next...

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