Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 6, 2017
Coca-Cola has a goal of making 80% of their workforce contract and not permanent. This combined with large scale offshoring means that there is a pervasive fear that the lights will be turned out at a moment's notice.
Additionally, the company manufactures and distributes two of the most power and addictive stimulants on the planet, caffeine and sugar. As such they are lazy in terms of management; they know that the customer will buy their product come heck or high water. There is no real competition.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – September 5, 2017
I would drive my car to stores and stock coke products. I learned that in do time you will achieve what your out to do. Management I didn't see management but for when i went back to punch in and out for work so not much interaction. Workplace culture very quite. The hardest part of the job the hours. The enjoy part of the job the money.
Merchandiser / Drivers Help (Former Employee) – Minot, ND – September 5, 2017
It a great place to wok.. They provide job security and stability They provide great health insurance package and the managers are flexible but firm which i think makes them approachable and fun to work with
A great place to work all around. Not a stressful environment.
Diesel mechanic (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 5, 2017
Great schedule with overtime if needed. Not stressfull with full benefits including life ins. There is enough paid off time to have a good family life. If I wasnt moving I would never leave this company. Its the kind of company to stay at all your life.
PTO and insurance
Not happy with some union reps. You have to use the right one.
creative consultant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 5, 2017
worked with Portfolio Center and Sons & Sons and a team in collaboration with Coca-Cola to concept and design packaging solutions. allowed to work in a very professional environnement for a first real experience.
Route process administrator (Current Employee) – Riviera Beach, FL – September 4, 2017
• Check invoices and paper work from deliveries drivers. • Handle and process large amount of money from deliveries routes. • Report and email missed deliveries to management. • Routes settlement, and bank deposits.
Territory Sales Account Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 4, 2017
High expectations with poor work/life understanding. Every day you have to prioritize to find what mandatory objectives have to be left undone, unless you want to work 12-14 hour days. Very poor team work between departments with priorities at odds with each other. Other departments have zero consequences for not completing their jobs witch falls to the Account Manager to pick up what they left on top of your function.
Account Manager - Large Store (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – September 3, 2017
My experience was probably different than most. Sales in Miami is hard-core if you are not used to the culture. My customers consisted of grocery stores, gas station owners and workers, grocery managers, assistant managers, etc The vendor world can be difficult to experience. it's not for everyone.
I would not work there again and would not recommend it to a friend
Inside Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 1, 2017
The red tape and all the rules/regulations were ridiculous to me. They dinged you for every little thing. the QA process made it very difficult to get a passing 'grade' to earn the bonuses. The people at the center I worked in were absolutely great however. Some of the nicest and most helpful, friendly people I've ever worked with. They made it bearable for me.
Filler Machine Operator (Former Employee) – San Leandro, CA – August 30, 2017
Management sucks at this place. Union representation is non existent. No one has your back and management has their favorites. This is not a pleasant environment. You are number and not a person. No one cares about you. There is racism and sexism rampant in this company.