Senior Leadership is awful. They have no people skills and have lost complete control of the culture. TGM is non-existent in the building. Shows up every few weeks and demands his respect. He is completely ignorant of any operational processes or procedures. Senior Leadership thinks it is perfectly acceptable to work the associates for 14 to 16hrs a day while they go home to families or go to golf tournaments or take their mom out to lunch. Sr Leaders barely work full time. Then Sr Leadership won't even have the decency to say thank you. If they do actually show their face on the floor, it is only to ask you to work a 6th day or stay late to cover for someone. Front line Supervisors are the only ones who hold up their end. They recently terminated the only Supervisor worth anything. That guy busted his butt and cared for the people. There is no surprise that I heard a ton of Union talk before I left. That's what happens when you don't care about the employees.
3 weeks vacation
Poor Sr Leadership, terrible culture, long hours, poor working conditions, terrible safety record
Upper mgmt doesn’t have a clue what is going on at street level. Atlanta needs to take Florida back before CCBF destroys the Coca-Cola. I’ve been with Coca-Cola for over 30yrs and this is the worst work environment I have ever seen. Do not work for CCBF.
You are just a number and mgmt doesn’t know what is goin on.
Become injured you are fired. Daily numbers metric is unnatainable unless your manager fudges numbers for you.
Delivery Driver Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – June 12, 2019
Everyone who reports an injury no matter how it happens gets terminated. New hires are paid a higher rate than those with years of experience. Old trucks exceeding 200,000 miles. Work days are 14 hours. Trucks are not always loaded on time due to massive warehouse turnover. Buddy system in full effect to detriment. Employees are overworked due to constant turnover. Often work past DOT hours then time is fudged in the system. Productivety is measured from clock in till clockout. Time waiting to check out or in will negatively affect your productivety metric. Zero consideration for traffic or breakdowns either. Unless you have your manager manually add time to your productivety metric. For this to be effective you need to submit a lost time log and he needs to remember to do it. Exhausting to keep up with on a daily basis. You must clock out for lunch 30 minutes. It is unpaid. You will need to continue working as you desperately need those 30 minutes to attain the minimum 90% productivety. Yes, new hires join the company at up to $4 per hour MORE than the driver training them. Many trucks are stick shifft without a/c.
Pay is good.
No a/c in many trucks, Different truck or trailer on any given day, Long hours up to 14 per day, Trucks loaded poorly most of the time, Dispatching is terrible, Everything that is not locked up gets stolen, Some guys have 4 carts locked up and you may be lucky to even get 1, Drivers often out to get other drivers.