Field Distribution Manager (Former Employee), Rockville,Md. 20850 – April 17, 2012
Pros: constant change in work schedule
Cons: company downsizing
Reviewing delivery loads to assure accuracy prior to making deliveries. Customer service skills,managerial skills and interpersonal skills Supportive.dedicated,professional,fun. Coverage when staffing was short to assure work was completed. Great work environment and personnel
ACCOUNTS MANAGER II & I (Current Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – December 6, 2013
No family life at all, they say they want you to have one, but always overload you with tasks that almost impossible to complete in a typical work day, usually work day 14 to 16 hours and sometimes more.
Production Assistant / Warehouse (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – December 4, 2013
I always felt that I could learn something new everyday, so everyday I did. I got the opportunity to always do different assignments. I felt that my supervisors didn't need to babysit me. I build a good relationship with them to be trusted to do my job. I learn about making a very well known product and to make sure it got to our customers in excellent – more... condition, from start to finish. – less
Account Manager (Current Employee), Tampa, Florida – December 3, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Long hours. plethora of knowledge due to the amount of training and education provided. Many different management styles, some good some not so good. Co-workers are very proactive and always willing to help. Hardest part of the job is keeping customers in compliance. Promoting and introducing new and existing products and witnessing the progress.
customer service agent (Former Employee), tampa florida – December 2, 2013
Pros: dress down
Cons: short lunch
Greeted customers warmly and ascertained problem or reason for calling. Assisted with placement of orders, refunds, or exchanges of beverage products. Advised on company information for new sell in products for new accounts. Utilized computer technology to handle high call volumes on a daily basis. Worked with customer service manager to ensure – more... proper customer service is being delivered. Handled a high influx of inbound calls within a dynamic call center environment. – less
Production Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Current Employee), Baton Rouge, LA – November 29, 2013
Pros: every month we get free meal if we make goal for the month
Cons: three breaks 2-15mins breaks and 1-30min break for lunch
A day at Coca Cola is never the same, some days its easy smooth sailing some days you have to get it out the mud!! I learned that never depend on someone else to do your job. some co-workers what you to do good and then theirs others hate to see you do great and enjoyed the love of your job. I think the hardest part about work here is the re work, putting – more... product back on the line after it been ran already. – less
Logistic Operator (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – November 23, 2013
Pros: very flexible scheduling. lenient attendance policy.
Cons: no benefits.
My job is very laborious. You have to work hard to keep your job and excel. You have to be very outgoing. I learned how to operate a forklift and a vertique style warehouse system. some of my co-workers work harder than others. Getting through really heavy days can be tough but it only makes you better. The most enjoyable part of my job is when we do – more... a great job we are rewarded with food. – less
Merchandiser (Current Employee), Knoxville, TN – November 18, 2013
It's a pretty nice job. There is no one watching over your back which is a plus. You have the potential to receive raises every year. The hours can tend to be a little crazy at times and you can be called to take on different routes pretty far away on short notice.
Relief Driver (Former Employee), Hauppauge, NY – November 11, 2013
Pros: not a one
Cons: too many to chose from
They lie to you from day one about what you'll be making just to get you in the door so they can cover their summer. of course after the summer they might not even keep you on. Everyone in the beverage industry knows that summer time is when you make your money for the year, and all they did was take away my opportunity to make a decent paycheck. I – more... ended up quitting halfway through August since they laid me off so many times that I had plenty of time to go job hunting. DO NOT waste your time with this company if you need to make a decent living. – less