Customer Set-Up Administrator/CSA (Former Employee) – Elmsford, NY – June 27, 2016
I arrived at work 15 minutes early and ready to log on and start my day providing Customer Service to Coca-Cola Sales Associates. Associates called in new accounts, and the removal and installation of company equipment to be correctly set-up into the system. I covered the outlets/accounts for the New England territory and also processed Free Goods for them. It was a good time for me. They paid well, training was good, co-workers were cooperative and friendly and the position was challenging when Special Projects were due but fun and exciting nonetheless.
They relocated the Head Quarters to Tampa, Fl., and relocating was not something I wanted to do.
REGIONAL KEY ACCOUNT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Southeast Region – June 14, 2016
Working for one of the most internationally recognized iconic companies in the world takes dedication, determination, integrity and teamwork. Most every position requires a certain personal investment. But being part of a team that shares in your values and your motivations makes is all worth every minute. There is good and bad in every job in every company. Having the support of a team, and the tools and training required for the job makes over coming obstacles much easier when it is done together. No one is a lone ranger. The training received in each role was more the adequate. At the end of the day, achieving goals and doing it with a team of dedicated individuals and then celebrating those achievements together was the best part of the job.
Merchandising Supervisor (Former Employee) – Virginia – June 7, 2016
Drove all around our territory checking on our accounts. I learned some sales. My managers kept to themselves. The hardest part of my day was the 2 hour drive back home. Meeting new people on my route.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Windsor, WI – May 20, 2016
At the high point of the summer or rather the busiest time of the year, you're working long hours and at times doing second or third stops at locations. Instead of understanding that and actually thanking you for the hard work they powers that be simply offer you an over cooked BBQ which by the time you reach it, its been picked over and left to cool so that its inedible. Its the greatest NON-thank you I have ever gotten!!
Builder (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – April 8, 2016
I was only here a brief time but it was a nice place to work. As a builder you can not leave unless everyone above you in seniority has already left so I averaged 16 hours a day.The work was hard but rewarding. Co-workers were always friendly. Management was always nice. The hardest part was the hours. The most enjoyable part was learning about Coca-Colas new products and getting free soda.
Route Sales District Manager (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – March 28, 2016
I went from the lowest to the highest and if not for the crash I would still be there. Management was very structured and precise. Strategic planning was always on point and the rewards for performance were overwhelming. They are a great company and I would work for them anytime.
Senior Management (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 19, 2016
Terrific focus and control of Supply Chain to ensure productive and profitable system. Hard to progress both projects and career with unrealistic personnel review system compared to delivered results. Claim to spend significant effort to entice high qualified and skills talent, but work environment, limited mobility in career progress, and overly complex review system ensure talent turnover is consistent.
Event perks from brand sponsorship, never ever bored, friendly coworkers
Ridiculous workload to resource ratio, dynamic but not in an Agile way, more like running by greatest emergency of the day format
Good company......benefits and perks were outstanding. Good salary
Supervisor, maintenance mechanic (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – February 19, 2016
Arriving at work usually the production line was running..so we were responsible for ensuring machines ran without and upset conditions and made repairs as needed. When the production run was completed we were responsible for preforming a predetermined and scheduled list of preventive maintenance on machines. I was able to learn the working of various machines involved in the production of sodas. Also learned about water treatment used to purify water used in the process. Additionally got some experience with ammonia cooling system used to cool product to needed temperature. I had the privilege of working with many great co-workers during my time at Coca-Cola. The hardest part of the job for me was the commute to work. The most enjoyable part was the relationships formed with co-workers and all striving together to reach a common goal.
Good salary and benefits, Great co-workers
Long commute to work, long hours, working 3rd shift, 11 PM to 6 AM, often required to work double shift (16 hours)