CUSTOMER SCHEDULING SPECIALIST/DISPATCH (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 17, 2018
Good company, good benefits, good coworkers, lacking in training areas though/ Could use standardized training plans. Depending on what manager or lead you ask, you will most likely get a different answer.
They want too much and even when you give that they want more. They force pallets down your throat and expect you to work miracles and make the “disappear” just cause they wanna push sales and when store complain about a mess or stuff expiring it’s your fault...
Social Media Specialist (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – August 16, 2018
The company has a very diverse work culture. The opportunity for advancement is great through the entire company structure. The company is great at rewarding it' employees and giving back to the community.
Sales, Account Manager, Team (Current Employee) – PA – August 15, 2018
not much advancement hardest part, the customers and the lack of their understanding of your job. Customers hold you responsible for things you can not control, such as delivery issues and pricing problems Enjoy the flexibility of the position.
National Account Coordinator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 15, 2018
Work is dumped on you with little to no notice. Working from home is great but the salary is trash and I'd rather go in an office every day than live off the salary I receive. Also you do a lot of work and don't get compensated for it. There also are no bonuses involved.
Order Builder (Former Employee) – East Hartford, CT – August 15, 2018
a typical day at work was always fun for me it allow me to be myself they dont really bother you they know you are very cualifide to do the job so the give you that space.a have learned a lot because everything is a process so you get use to the same envirement each day.our management was very good they was always around if any questions I had. that work place was shocking because that facility its been open for more then 100 yrs and working with people that been there for 40+ yrs was amazing quality.in my opinion the hardest part of the job was knowing that you will be forced more hrs witch means more work.but to me the most enjoyable part was the enviroment of nice humble people plus when everithing is working out smooth you get to interact with one another and do your job at the same time.
hard work quality first
you get to expirience a lot and feel good about yrself
Not a good place to work if you are not in a higher position status.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Capitol Heights, MD – August 14, 2018
Besides the summer time months coca cola would have you working less then 30hrs a week on average. And they will have/keep you as part-time so they dont have to give you the benefits that a full-time employee would get.
I worked 12 hour shifts, not allowed to shift, and the management showed favortism. The pay was not that great for the types of labor I was put to do. I was never offered opportunities to advance in the franchise and was discriminated against many times.
Human Resource Benefit Supervisor (Former Employee) – Temple Terrace, FL – August 10, 2018
As a call center manager it is very fast moving, with multitask to complete work tasks. Must be effective communicator to be able to coach your advisors. I have learned it is very hard to manager a group of 30 advisors and make sure all calls are receiving highest quality customer service. The work place culture is very nice with all the soda you can drink from the Freestyle machine, ping pong table with WII and Xbox. The employee engagement is very good with end of year party. The hard part of the job is delivering performance counseling to advisors. The most enjoyable part of job is communication with the advisors and offer career counseling and life skills coaching to them.
Good Benefits, pretty good pay
Poor communication throughtout the organization even in leadership positions
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – August 9, 2018
The first day I got there they showed me what to do I did my job that I had to do the job was surpose to last me a a week or two but I finish it in two days it was though a temp service I was doing so good that the people’s that worked there wanted me to work full time
We could take a lunch break when ever we wanted to just one though