Pros: good place to start
Cons: little to no advancement, short breaks, poor communication
Working at Coca-Cola has been a great experience for me in regards to what I have learned and the experience I have acquired working for such a globally recognized company. However, I have been disappointed to find that the company falls victims to many of the same issues in other industries today in regards to employee advancement and poor management structure. Despite having many quality internal candidates management will routinely pass them for outside applicants, many of whom lack any relevant work experience in the field, simply because of personal relationships or biases. The company requires people to "buy in" to everything that is told to them, without finding better solutions or better ways to reach other goals. It is very much a "my way or the highway" attitude. This attitude trickles down to the lower levels of the work force, the people who are actually tasked with making the biggest footprint on the consumer level and how it affects the business profits.
To be able to hold a position with a globally recognized company is something not many people can say, so in that regard working for Coca-Cola is great as it can be a launching pad for bigger and better things. However, looking to further your career while there comes with much more than hard work, success and a "can do" attitude. You'll have to make friends in high places and be prepared to significantly change your attitude, or lie about it, to get where you (or more accurately management) want to be.