A U.S. holding company, Reynolds American's subsidiaries manufacture, market, and sell tobacco, smoke-free tobacco, and nicotine products. Based in Winston-Salem, NC, the company wins plaudits for its ESG performance and LGBTQ workplace equality.
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Apply at the link below:https://www.reynoldsamerican.com/careers/career-opportunities
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About the Program
Internships at Reynolds American, Inc. can lead to a successful and rewarding career at a global organization. In fact, some of the company’s current vice presidents began their career journey as interns. Reynolds American takes great care to shape an internship experience that’s meaningful, challenging, and memorable. Internships are professional experiences in which interns’ insights, contributions, and energy are valued by the teams of which they’re a part. Interns are empowered to make a ...
About the Company
Reynolds American Inc., a member of the BAT (British American Tobacco) Group, is a leading company in the tobacco industry. Its brands include Camel, Pall Mall, Newport, and American Spirit cigarettes; Grizzly and Kodiak dipping tobacco; and Vuse e-cigarettes, among others. Founded in 2004, Reynolds American is headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC, and its president and CEO is Guy Meldrum.
- “The company establishes a clear work-life balance. The hours are standard and reasonable. You are encouraged to enjoy your family and life outside of work. There are company events to help you relieve any stress and many accommodations for health and fitness. You are not pressured to put in time ‘off-hours’ to complete tasks but instead are encouraged to better time manage.”
- “Required to work 37.5 hours a week. Hybrid schedule—three days in person. Management is extremely welcoming and helpful. Updated workspaces with nice amenities. Pretty flexible on start time/end time and was prevented from working beyond 37.5 hours/week.”
- “Never overworked or underworked. My office environment and the surrounding team were exceptional.”