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long hours very phisical
Warehouse Order Builder (Current Employee), Beaverton, ORAugust 25, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: long hours shrt breaks, no gratitude
tough place to work if you are not in a management position. management is non union so they just try and get you to work harder and never tell you good job. 12 to 14 hour shifts everyday building pallets using vp software,
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Merchandising for a beverage
Merchandiser (Former Employee), Kankakee, ILAugust 25, 2014
Pros: resposibility
Cons: management, communication
The hours were ok, and it was good to be responsible for my own actions. The Management at the site did a terrible job with communication, and showed favoritism.
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MERCHANDISER (Former Employee), Carlstadt, NJAugust 25, 2014
company is great but management need better training and communication between staff.
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Worst place I ever worked
Customer Service/Sales (Former Employee), Tampa FLAugust 23, 2014
Pros: work environment pool tables, lounges and employee pricing
Cons: low pay and career advancement
I was excited when I first got hired by coke but that fizzled quick. The customer service goals (score card) was adjusted several times to make it harder to reach goals and less bonus money coke had to pay (even though they were raking it in). I went for a promotion and when they made the offer it was less than what I was making (with monthly performance – more... bonus) in my current position. Overall the worst company I have ever worked for, and one of the lowest paying. – less
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Great company
District Sales Manager (Former Employee), Chicago, ILAugust 23, 2014
World Class company with many opportunities to grow your career
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Good Pay
Operator (Former Employee), USAugust 22, 2014
Good Pay. Great experience for the beverage industry. Co workers are great and helpful
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The company is very profitable
Merchandiser (Former Employee), HarahanAugust 22, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: constanly cutting hours
The company is very profitable and can offer many opportunities to employees.
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hard wrorking job
Order Builder/Loader (Former Employee), Harahan, LAAugust 20, 2014
Pros: lomg hours
Cons: breaks
hard working job that, has lots of opportunity to make money due to very long work shifts
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A great company to work for if you can get along with all your coworkers
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Oxford, ALAugust 20, 2014
A typical day would be around eight hours.
I learned how things get to the stores.
Management isn't that great there.
My coworkers were okay, but some were racist.
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Productive and exciting place to work
IT Compliance Analyst II (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAAugust 19, 2014
Everyone is a contributor to the success of the company. Fun place to work with work/life balance and a great product offering. Benefits are great.
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Typical Job
Lead Merchandiser (Former Employee), Tyler, TXAugust 19, 2014
You go to assigned stores in your area and merchandise/sell the products.
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great
Technology Manager (Current Employee), New York, NYAugust 18, 2014
flexible work schedule
good people
lots of reorganization
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All the coke you can drink
Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee), Alpharetta, GAAugust 15, 2014
Pros: they do have free coffee and drinks
Cons: not easy to get hired permanently
The calls were OK, some days you have a lot and some days were slow but it depends on which team your on...some team have back to back calls and management will overlook slack of work if you speak another language like Spanish. If you cant speak a second language you will have a hard time getting hired permanently. I loved the pay that was the best – more... part. Small opportunities for overtime on my team but on others it was unlimited. It was a great place to work over all and i would apply again. – less
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very unstructured. system applications severly outdated
Customer Service (Former Employee), Tampa, FLAugust 13, 2014
Pros: free beverage from the free style soda machine
Cons: health care benefits were too expensive
Very busy taking hundreds of orders from customers all over North America.
I learned that people really do get stuck inside vending machines.
The people I worked with were really nice but didn't get to spend much time getting to know them since everyone had different break and lunch times.
The hardest part was converting measurements between U.S. and – more... Canada
Free Soda in the break rooms – less
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overworked
District Sales Manager (Current Employee), Albuquerque, NMAugust 13, 2014
You will be required to work long hours without help. No support from leaders, reprimanded if you do something out of the ordinary.
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Fast and hard work but great pay
Merchandiser/Tel-Sell Driver/ Bulk Driver (Former Employee), Leland, NCAugust 13, 2014
Pros: great benifits
Cons: never done working, slave drivers
Long hard days with troubles and a bunch of people expecting you to bow down to them.
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OK temporary place.
Material Handler (Former Employee), Dunedin, FLAugust 12, 2014
Pros: decent pay, secure job
Cons: no work life balance. unless you are a favorite you will not move up in the company.
No room for advancement, unless you are a favorite or family. Management listens to nothing you have to say, very close minded. No room for error, you MUST be perfect or be wrote up.
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great place loved it!
Sale/Merchandiser (Former Employee), Downey, CAAugust 12, 2014
Pros: all is great
Cons: start pay and raises
all is great with Coca-Cola, wished the starting pay was more!
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Good Pay
Truck Driver (Current Employee), HOUSTON, PAAugust 11, 2014
LEARNED A LOT ABOUT DRIVING TRACTOR TRAILERS AND HOW TO DEAL WITH CUSTOMERS
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Exceptional Company To Work For
Customer Support Specialist/Accountant II (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAAugust 10, 2014
Pros: career growth and work life balance
Cons: inability to transfer to othe ccr locations for emplyment.
Exceptional Company to work for. Growth Potential is limited.

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