Operator/Laborer (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – March 23, 2019
Very toxic environment. Run as fast as you can away from this torture chamber if you are a female. You will be harassed daily without any help from g leader or supervisors. Make a complaint and your days are numbered. Two faced environment/ very back stabbing.
Pay / some good co workers
HR team needs to Be investigated for not pursuing complaints
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 22, 2019
Not enough attention is given to the front line merchandising staff,the individuals actually going out and making sure the product is represented in the stores. The day starts with checking your phone to see what your route for the day is, which may change daily to meet the needs of customers, this can make for a long day as some of the routes are spread out and require to travel all around town. The amount of stores you have to go to a day varies, but nothing less than 6 most week days, and as many as 8-10 on weekends. The daily rate/mileage pay is not competitive with other companies, working in the same role. Merch staff is expected to work within certain guidelines, but sometimes this is unattainable due to the demand of the job itself and sheer number of stops daily.
Distribution Shipping/Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – March 17, 2019
I do not like the way they treat employees who were once very dedicated :) This company was once a great company. They have changed and changed until this is now just a job and people only are out to make themselves succeed. The team and care about facility is no longer a mission nor an agenda. This will soon be over come with a greed and outside help will be needed for the current employees to obtain their benefits and pay.
Director (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – March 15, 2019
Everyone’s work experience is different but for me I felt conned coming here. This place talks a big game. Executive Management sells themselves as visonary but the reality is you find they are old school and behind the times. This causes a ton of unnecessary stress for everyone eslse. Don’t take my word for it though. If you really want to work here ask the recruiter about employee engagement overall and the score for the department you are considering working in then find people who work in said department and ask them. It should be all you need to know. Good luck!
Delivery Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – March 15, 2019
If you need immediate training without going over the road but you will work harder then you ever did before and your paycheck will never be over $1100 a week before taxes. You will work no less then 50 hrs a week with no overtime pay.
No set hours
Over work under paid and cannot miss a day of work
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Springfield, IL – March 10, 2019
A good job if you're willing to actually work. Must pass a urine test, have car insurance, and your own vehicle. Your driving to stores in ( and around) your town, going inside and merchandising the Keurig dr pepper products. Get paid weekly. Get paid for mileage bi-weekly. Get good benefits package. Get paid lunch 30 minutes.
A good, sturdy starting point if you want to get into this field.
Receivers at some of the stores are not exactly friendly.
This is just a job for young students or young adults
I work there (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 3, 2019
Underpaid, unappreciated, unprofessional, and the annual raises are at a low %, doesn't matter what you did extra for the company year round. Doesn't matter the every weekend spent at the facility. Doesn't matter how well you do your job, you get whatever left in the pot to scrape. 1% 2% 3% that's it.
Load Crew Team Member (Former Employee) – Holland, MI – February 27, 2019
This was a terrible situation for me at the time. The supervisor at the time did not make it easy to work with him. He made terrible decisions and created an unsafe work environment. He would single out people he did not like or fit with him. Later I would find out this led to his termination.