Waiter (Former Employee) – Miami fl – July 7, 2017
Working 7 days a week 12 hours a day,you will learned many different things like working with people from different countries.there are some managers that are not fair in giving advancement or promotion.the hardest part of the job is your being away from your family for a period of time.you will make new friends from all over the world and got to see many beautiful and exotic places.
My everyday job was very cool and laid back. I enjoyed the hours of the company. It was very easy to have a life outside of work unlike most companies. The management however wasn't the best so that would be one thing I would definitely fix about the company. They took the supervisors word over the actual associates instead of listening to both sides.
Inspected cans to be shipped out for various companies.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Hermitage, PA – January 11, 2017
I loved working for and with employees and management. I liked going to work to see my fellow employees and management was also very nice to talk with. I believe all companies should treat you with respect as CCl does. I am appreciated everyday that I am there. A great place to work!
Manager (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – March 21, 2016
Challenging but worth it. Washington State has become the first state to privatized liquor business in 2012. The Liquor Control Board had auctioned off all of its State Liquor Stores to private citizens, and I was one of the first winner to be awarded a license to operate previously owned State Liquor Store.
Career Advisor (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – January 3, 2016
They have been tremendously supportive of my career in the company and tell me everything I need to know to succeed! However, you have to stay proactive for the course of your schedule to make your job interesting and rewarding!
You assist citizens all over the United States achieve their dreams of obtaining a good education or fitting employment. All you do is give them information setting things up so they can happen. How easy can that be?! I speak with about 100 customers daily, making about 300 calls daily. Of course, you can't satisfy everyone, but if you are like me, you have one interest in mind: being polite to everyone no matter what, to find those truly appreciative individuals who will thank you infinitely for helping them in the nick of time! That makes all the difference, and makes your job VERY REWARDING!
Work from home flexibility, Call center is super supportive, Constructive Feedback, Great commission structure, Great managers, great supervisors, great coaches, great technology, super clean cubicles, No judgement zone
Expensive food, health benefit program, Lack of scrutiny to avoid employing bad apples, 40 hours work max for WFH-20 hrs min, Short breaks
loading and unloading at lest 9-10 trucks a day receiving and labeling products shipping out products receiving in and shipping out UPS, FedEx, DHL international shipments scheduling trucks for shipments answering e-mails calling vendors
Enjoyed keeping busy because time went by fast and didn't have to work with a lot of people.
constantly micro-managed by latest team leader when I knew my job. worked there for 26 years
line worker (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – April 2, 2013
I was a line worker. Working on the hot tank,and also the polly pack. I didn't enjoy my job as much. I did become well liked and knows as a good hard worker. Many times being pulled from other lines to work on the faster pace line.
able to take time off when needed
started off as temp, took a long time to get hired on
It was great when it was Swedish, but now that's being manage by Providence...
Inventory Tech (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 24, 2013
It use to feel a sense of community, but now it's quantity driven and not quality, and as a result employee morale is down. Favoritism is becoming prevalent ("It's not what you know..."). Management are quick to make changes without input from employees.
Reservations (Former Employee) – Northbrook, IL – January 22, 2013
Call center environment. This small company had no employee handbook. Made rules/policies up as the days go by spontaneously. Management had poor communication with employees. As being part of a "Team", there was no team. It was every man for himself. Too much gossip and favoritism. Management/HR scowled at employees as if they were animals. Again, favoritism showed when only "certain" employees would receive special treatment on celebratory days. According to the calendar where tardiness and absences were recorded, it showed that it is better to call in, than to be 1-5 minutes late, therefore, people who did not come in to work were not scowled at, but people have gotten into accidents, or need emergency surgery, management counted those as absences, and were noted and penalized for that. Overall, a horrible, unorganized, unfair company to work for due to decisions made by HR/Management which was held by one person.