Line Operator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 21, 2018
This is not a bad place to work especially if you are just starting out. From what l gathered, it used to be so much fun to work there back in the day; and although no one can say exactly what changed, theories abound that it can be attributed to the turnover in ownership and management over the years. In the 5 years that l was there we had 2 ownership changes and 3-4 changes in management. Now no matter how lucrative a company is, these many changes can affect productivity and morale on the floor. Notwithstanding, it is not all doom and gloom there. The guys you sweat with day and and day out on the floor are really good guys and care for their families; and this compensates for going in every day.
Provided me a strong foundation of training and seminars for the consumer products industry. I held several management positions and was given the opportunity to work in many different classes of trade.
The job was secure. It allowed for a lot of overtime, but during summer, there was little time off. The plant ran itself for the most part. Management turnover was high, so there were always information gaps.
Analista de Medios Grupo Performance (Former Employee) – Peru, IL – June 13, 2018
Trabajar en Coca Cola fue enriquecedor en lo profesional y personal. He aprendido de grande líderes del rubro, cada día era un aprendizaje, durante estos dos años tuve aprendizaje constante de la mano de personas capacitadas que hicieron más fluido el trabajo.
Logistics Operator II (Saturday Night Supervisor) (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – June 12, 2018
I only worked here part time, and at the time the warehouse manager was a bit controlling. His phrase was ,"It's either my way or the highway." When he was hired in the conference room he said there's a new sheriff in town.
Route Process Administrator (Current Employee) – Eagan, MN – June 11, 2018
My typical day at work is checking in drivers and counting money. I have learned a lot since 6 years that I have been there. The work culture is really nice and friendly. Hardest part is making sure that I balance at the end of the night before I go home. The most enjoyable part of my jobs is getting along with my coworkers and my boss
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – June 11, 2018
CCBCC is a great employer. They offer good benefits and good pay. I was a merchandiser for CCBCC and I like it because it was the first job I had where I did have a supervisor looking over my back every 20 mins.
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – June 11, 2018
My typical day consist of running machinery to fill orders for the company. I had not worked for this particular sort of branch before, none the less it was somewhat different because it was just for syrup. I learned how the syrup what made as well as how its process was different from the bottling company. The workplace was nice it seemed as everyone got along. The hardest part of the job would be cleaning the machines. The most enjoyable was when we could rise over the quantity needed for the day.