Look elsewhere for a job!
Not selected (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – October 27, 2015
Coca-Cola High Country's motto, "Honor God in all that we do," sounds nice, but it isn't followed. The company treats employees as dispensable; they don't care if they fire you or you quit because they will just hire someone else to do your job. They have a very high employee turn-over rate. Besides the upper-level management, very few employees have actually worked there beyond two years. Employees are either fired within the probationary period or quit before they get to the two-year mark.
Additionally, the culture is sullen and disconnected. Established employees don't engage or welcome new employees. New employees are treated as outsiders to the point of shunning. It's a very weird office atmosphere. The actual job is good, but if you are looking for a fun, engaging work environment and competitive pay and benefits, go elsewhere.
Also, they are not honest about their benefits and pay during the interview. Make sure you get the details about the benefits and pay, including future pay increases, in writing before agreeing to work for them.
Pay, benefits, upper management treats employees as dispensable.