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The pay I feel isn't that good. Believe me the job isn't that hard. Not saying it isn't hard it is hard but when you do it day in and day out you get use to it. I did the job for 22 years. Yes in those 22 years I moved around but mostly stayed with driving. I feel I was brainwashed my fault what I mean by that is. They told us how good we got it at Great Lakes Coca-cola. You just have to put in the work and you'll find a better pay job and they appreciate you on top of it all. Well guess what we are not even close to great pay. It is a living but since Great Lakes Coca-cola took over in Michigan there is no more making a living. Get out why the getting is good. There are so many Driving positions out there paying so much better and a lot less work and no touch freight to boot. Why would anyone stay at Great Lakes Coca-cola??? I wished I would have left years ago. I wanted to retire from there but when you take the pension away what is there to stay for??? Thank you Great Lakes Coca-cola for opening my eyes!!!

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You will have to go through a screening in order to receive a decent discount for benefits

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Trying to become a good warehouse

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Coca Cola isn't going anywhere but unless there is a shift in management within Reyes Holdings there will be more plant closures and lay offs in the future.

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0 unless it’s f m l a you will get fired

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Unhappy employees and management that would rather let the unhappy employees leave than try to change the environment.

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No it is located in the Great Lakes region.

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As a driver your either base plus commission wich is a very physical job. Or your hourly wich they don’t pay you nearly enough for your cdl they pay wharehouse workers almost the same. It’s not much better for any other position that Great Lakes Coca Cola owns. Trust when I say RUN!

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