Keurig Dr Pepper Inc.
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12 hour shifts are long, no matter how much free coffee you drink on break.

Answered August 18, 2019

Let managment/supervisors run their teams and manage their employees. HR should only get involved with serious employee issues not meddle in all details.

Answered April 8, 2020

You get a raise once a year and you’re rated on a percentage scale from 1% to 5%. You basically get a $.40 raise after all your hard work for the year. All the training you have done, overtime etc. The raises are a slap in the face. Favoritism comes into play! Departments get a certain dollar amount they are allowed to distribute for raises each year. Whoever the boss favors gets the highest percentage rating and the highest raise even if that said person doesn't do anything all year. I have noticed the hardest working employees get the lowest percentage and raises. Raises at this company are a complete joke!!!

Answered November 26, 2019

Work my 8 and go home, very rarely are you asked to work over. And weekend overtime is rare as well.

Answered May 25, 2020

Not very.. typically work between 8-12 hours.

Answered April 6, 2020

Rare to get a raise here. Unless the cost of living rises, then there forced to increase pay for new hires especially. Still wont be worth it.

Answered October 2, 2019

I cried every single morning before reporting to work and I cried every single night coming home from work. Terrible, terrible, terrible company to work for!!

Answered November 26, 2019

After 10 years of service I was not appreciated, raises were absolutely terrible along with management. I could not take going there anymore. Crying every morning getting ready for work and crying every morning returning home from work. It is basically high school with a bunch of drama, rumors and I cannot highly stress management is extremely poor!!

Answered November 26, 2019
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