A typical day at work at coors involved an utter lack of any direction given to anyone in the morning. Then a lot of yelling over the phone at each other in the evening over who didn't finish what for which store. I feel as though that is where the majority of the hours for this job originate. No one knows what to do for the day and essentially end up making up for it in the evening. I was ridiculed and degraded to no end by my boss. I forgot to wear a matching belt one day to work and it didn't just get pointed out, I got torched. My boss literally told me "I better not see you ever wearing that ____ing belt again". That was the day I quit I refused to work in an environment in which my superior felt entitled enough to curse at me for a belt.
none honestly. Foot in the door? To be that guy who yells at people for belt choice?
You're lower than trash and will be left feeling emotionally drained everyday
ON-PREMISE SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Scranton, PA – February 1, 2016
Working with MillerCoors is very rewarding, yet extremely hard to manage if you don't have good time management. It is a lot of planning, numbers and reporting. Budget reports and expense reports are a must.
Treasurer of the Coors Corporate PAC (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 11, 2016
Each day I would pick up the pink book and take a look at what was on tap at the legislature. We then would plan our day accordingly. It always began with a cup of coffee in the basement of the capital.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 15, 2015
Very fast paced industry, with new and fresh ideas from all. Learned a lot about beer. So much information available to everyone willing to learn. There is definitely a need to utilize experience over what type of degree you hold.