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How often do raises occur at Coca-Cola Beverages Florida, LLC?

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Once a year a "cost of living adjustment" is given. My first year it was 1.5%. They told us they were giving us a raise the next year - .8% (yup... that is less than one percent). The total end of year increase was 2.3%. They claim to offer a performance based incentive program, but for anyone in a truck, it will never happen: the standards they set to be eligible (never mind actually qualify for) are so high that blinking at the wrong time knocks you out. Point is, dont count on a meaningful raise at CCBF.

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That best beverage in that word

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CCBF has done away with individual performance based raises. They now do what they call a cost of living adjustments. Sad. We got 1.5% raise last July. Added .20 to my check. Seriously? Milk is $5.99 gallon. And when you move up dont think you’re getting paid what you think. They’ll nickel and dime you to death on salary increases.

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Depend on production.

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Raises is dependent on the increase of the row materials used in production. Most times, the cost of the row materials determines the raises. This factor is not decided by consumers, but the producing company. Thank you...

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Every month

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No raises for the hardest working people in the warehouse. " Order builders" NONE!

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Rarely and if anything you would get lucky with 15 cents

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They are very vague about all things that involve money. Annual review may or may not include a raise. All bonuses are based on company performance not individual performance.

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Rarely... And very little

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