Forklift Driver (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – November 1, 2013
Pros: fair management with fun events
Cons: late shifts
Great benefits with great career advancement. I enjoyed working for coca cola alot the mangers kept everyone up to date with what is going on with the company and finding the best way to complete the work for each day.
state of the art building with all the coca-cola products for free
Customer Liaison (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – July 31, 2015
Pros: free coke products
Cons: cannot consume Pepsi products at work.
very diverse work place with state of the art equipment .Very friendly family oriented company with weekly company sponsored activity. the only part i did not like was it was forbidden to consume any Pepsi product nor eat at any Pepsi sponsored restaurant like Taco bell .
Route Driver (Former Employee), Elizabeth City, NC – July 30, 2015
Each day come in check my truck for all product need for the run that day head out to service the area I needed to for that day filling all soda mech that were scheduled for that day, learned how to merchandize stores , drive a tractor trailer, co workers were pleasant when I saw them worked mostly alone ,the hardest part was tending with traffic ,steady work and being part of a team
Delivery driver (Former Employee), Philadelphia Base – July 29, 2015
Their training program could be better. The route management could be better and the compensation could be better. Overall their is a lot of things that this company really needs to work on and improve. Three years ago the company switched from a private company to a corporate. So this location is still kind of new and still working out its kinks.
Order Builder/Loader (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OH – July 29, 2015
Cons: you have to pay for soda and water that the company makes which is crazy
forced overtime 12 to 16 hours with little lead time. if you have a family dont apply unless you dont care for them because you wont see them due to work load. money is good but all money isn't good if you cant enjoy it. the high standards for cases an hour is crazy, and they waive it in your face if you cant keep your numbers high
Mixer Operator (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – July 29, 2015
in a typical work day I will receive my assigned process orders and make each batch one at a time at the end of each batch I will take it to the lab for sampling once it is released I take the tank to packaging.
Route driver (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – July 28, 2015
Cons: Understaffed, not enough equipment
Overall not a bad company. They are always short staffed. I did learn the harder and faster you are the more they want you to do. Older trucks and never enough pallet jacks and hand dollies. Long hours but good pay.
worst place to work, gauranteed to be collecting unemployment for a full time position
Loader (Former Employee), Rancho Cucamonga – July 23, 2015
Cons: Lies, The joke of a union that promotes us vs. them mentality so nothing ever gets done, management is incompetent and needs to be replaced, Shane Mcleland is an idiot and so is Jovina . No need for 6 superviser who do not lead by example
Worst Company I have ever worked for. I was hired in a full time position. Only worked full time for the 1st month training period then was put on an extra list. Even after I passed my probationary period of 90 working days, I was still only working 2 to 3 days sometimes 1 day with overtime. I had to start to collect unemployment the 8 months I worked there. Management is incompetent. All the new nieve hires do all the work while the lazy senior people sit around and talk. The union was a joke who only preyed on the us versus against them mentality. So in other words f^ck caca cola, I left a good job to this so called good place to work to be closer to home and they totally f*cked me. I understand paying your so called " dues"(not union dues but working) but if you hire me full time work me full time. I had several years of experience in the industry. I will never buy coca cola products for my home ever again starting 2 years ago and it feels wonderful not to support a backstabbing company or people.
full service driver (Former Employee), tallahassee florida – July 23, 2015
Pros: its a job
Cons: Too many to list
i have worked here for a year. You are never properly trained the equipment you have to work with is pisspoor! Almost all semis have no A/C in 100+ degree weather conditions. Supervisors don't have a clue what they are doing. Pay is ok but not that great. Supervisors have no concern when issues arise.No opportunity for advancement. Once again this is a reflection of the supervisors!
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee), Bellevue, WA – July 23, 2015
Cons: Not enough people to complete the daily task
Great group of guys working for you, but since the Marysville plant closed the work load has doubled but the work crew has not increased enough to full fill the daily building requirements, which in turn affects the delivery drivers, which in turn directly affects the customer satisfaction rating for that branch. Other then that its a great company to work for and is very stable for long term employment