Store Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 13, 2017
by the very nature of the product you will work your behind off. Wal Mart receives between 8 and 15 pallets of product every delivery. About 80% of what is received is needed on the floor immediately. So get ready you are there by yourself and it all needs to get filled before you leave. sometimes the store will be on the list twice in one day. The second trip through will be just as empty as it was in the morning.
Bottle Can Planner (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – November 26, 2017
Coca Cola is a great place to work and I would recommend the job to my friends. The job requires clerical and administrative Knowledge. furthermore, you will also need knowledge in Outlook, Excel, and Word. I also managed the routes of 9 technicians all over the United States. I utilized computer programs such as word, excel, power point, outlook, and people soft.
Established relationship with customers, supervisors and sales representatives. Prepared and coordinated equipment orders for shipment, fountains and bottle / can equipment, technicians install, moves, removes, and disconnect vending machines.
The culture is a positive workplace, which leads to increased productivity, better employee morale, and the ability to keep skilled workers. The workplace atmosphere is comfortable and safe, and I enjoyed working with Coca Cola Enterprises.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – November 20, 2017
Visited accounts and potential accounts to increase or gain more volume. I would cold call potential new customers, service existing customers, oversee new installations of equipment, presentations to large new accounts to key people, and complete required paperwork and follow through. The hardest part of the job was collaborating with other departments to keep what was agreed with customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning everyday on the job and working to exceed quotas. Getting my MBA through Coca-cola's paid education.
Coca-cola name, salary, health benefits, paid education
Long hours, management inconsistencies, lack of advancement opportunities
Sr. Demand Planner/ Production Scheduler (Former Employee) – Niles IL. – November 9, 2017
When we were family owned it was a great place to work. We were treated like we were part owners. In 2001 we were bought out by CCE Coca Cola Enterprises who after 3 years of updating our computer systems.started downsizing. Back then they tried to make the Chicago market change to there national business plan which was a big mistake. Chicago is unique and always will be.
Up to date softwear
Downsizing was not handled very well from 2003 to 2007.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – October 9, 2017
Was a quick paced and stressful environment. Worked 40-50 hrs per week. It had very good benefits and compensation packages. A good management team.The most enjoyable part of the job was the challenge of solving the issues in the field and pleasing the customers.