I worked 7 days a week everyday was the same get up at 4am out the door at 5 am at work on the clock at 6am to 230pm. Read the batch schedule gather the raw materials and bacth the syrup. Process the sugar truck , take sample to lab.QA manger was awesome very understanding and team player.The hardest part of the job was being undermanned doing the job of 3 people. the best part was dealing with co workers
Marketing and Sales (Former Employee) – Huachuca City, AZ – July 16, 2018
You can learn a lot about retail sales and communications relationship with business owners/managers very long hours during the week and weekends sometimes hardest part of the job was keeping up with out of date product on the sales floor.
I have worked at coca cola for a long time, over the years the culture had change with the different management over the yesrs. Closer to the end i realized the company didn't care for its employees as much as before. It was time to move on because of lack of opportunities to advance.
I would love to go back to coke if i had the chance the work is very easy and the people you meet while on the job is also exciting i learn a lot of new locations to eat at while working for coke doing customer drop offs lol
You aren't really promoted unless you know someone. Alot of hiring is done by knowing someone on the inside and getting in. Good hours, weekends off, but it doesn't matter how long you've been here. No matter how much of a great job you do, you aren't doing enough. Pay isn't the greatest, Employees could be making more. More of a call center now and turnover is a bit high.
Long days but satisfying work. Difficult to balance work and life when work expectations are 7am to 5pm, longer on meeting days and possibly starting and/or completing day an hour from home. Great customers. Many new items/incentives to complete at once.
Vehicle allowance and mileage, incentive programs throughout the year
Long days, holiday schedules are brutal but necessary
I was in sales and it was fun and rewarding. But Coke continues to change things around and job was eliminated. Was offered another job but decided to leave instead. I saw a lot of my fellow employees get fired, They tend to churn and burn and are gearing their workforce towards younger good looking people who have college degrees instead of long term employees.