Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Lemoyne, PA – December 16, 2017
Job started off as a good place to work. But coming from a previous company where there was nothing but team work and coming here there is no team work at all. Everyone is in it for themselves and doesnt want to help or lend anyone else a hand.
Logistics Services Supervisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 14, 2017
I had many great years of service and achievement with Coca-Cola. The culture was diverse and inclusive with many opportunities for advancement. I would highly recommend Coca-Cola as a place of employment for entry level associates as well as seasoned professionals.
Inventory Planner- Short term project work (Former Employee) – Niles, IL – December 14, 2017
The job was non-stop from start to finish would have to skip breaks or lunch to complete tasks that were set on short time lines and under staffed. Could be on one shift one day and asked to turn around and work the next shift in the same day and this would happen constantly due to the under staffing. Very draining.
Good pay and benefits
To understaffed made for a very unsafe work enviroment
Warehouse Hand (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 14, 2017
I really didn't work there long enough to be able to rate the company. The main problem for me was the location which was a long drive due to the fact that it was on the west side of Oklahoma City. I spent a lot on gas, but I would have stayed if I had thought the job at Shawnee was going to fall through. ..... I felt I was treated fairly the little time I was there.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 11, 2017
I was on the morning shift started at 5 am and ended at 2 pm. More times then not the afternoon crew would be behind so the morning crew would have to end up staying until 5 pm or later on a daily basis. Management was for lack of a better word very poor, no guidance, no experience in order selecting but order people around like he did it for years. The job itself wasn't that bad it was lack of knowledge with management and lack of career advancement. I knew co-workers there that have been there 30 or more years still in the same exact position as when they started so that speaks for itself.
Hours were good sometimes, co-workers were cool
Picking up slack that other crews wouldn't do, lack of leadership
unreasonable expectations considering talent level of management
ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Warrenton, MO – December 8, 2017
Fast paced, very loud 24/7/nearly 365 operation. Contentious relationship between union and company. Culture is strained and uneasy. Little time to make correct repairs. Management likes to point fingers and place blame.