Coca-Cola is a great benefit-oriented job. The work is mundane, and the processes old and there's no room for your ideas in changing them. Attendance/quality standards are rigid. It's very hard to get a supervisor to help with any kind of disputes, or any processes. So you're on your own, except you need supervisor authority and they won't give you the time or attention. Overall, not my favorite for a first experience in a call center. If you're ok with all logic going out the window, and someone subjectively grading all your calls against very rigid guidelines, no real guidance and no "bonus" guarantee, then you'll make it. Like I said, the benefits are nice, but the ones you can use like vacation/paid time off, you'll still be punished for in the end.
Benefits, Paid Time Off
Management, Attendance/Quality guidelines