Coffee Technician- During training, great; afterwards, good luck on your new choice
Coffee Technician (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – April 18, 2016
Actually, you'll be happy to land this job if you're out of work. Just know now, once you get settled in the territory you were hired for, there is a good chance you may not feel so happy to work for these people. Many of the negative comments posted here, are somewhat true. Management does not seem to be there to support their teammates, you, the technician going from site to site, and making SLA's and money for the company, will always push for more and more. Lunch breaks were never mentioned and even during training with trainers in the field, I had to ask for a lunch break every time, like as if, it was an inconvenience, not a right. Pay is good if your territory keeps you busy constantly, which then brings to light, how this job is insensitive to one's home-life. It is expected you put yourself out for 12hrs a day, but, will only receive pay for your time "onsite", only! Getting paid for administrative duties involved with the job, will be a hit and/or miss privilidge.
Great pay during training, great at disrespecting the employee
No structured break or lunchbreak. Overpowering management, with little positive strokes for good or great work