Keurig Dr Pepper
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I have worked here now for 8 years and have seen the changes in the culture! Love working here and recommend to everyone. I started as a representative and now I am a Branch Manager. Had worked hard but the opportunity to grow is there.


Advancement, employee care, Affordable medical insurance


Very active and physical work.
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Great Scheduling

If you don't mind working weekends, the schedule is great since you get four days off. Especially for the pay. Management is all over the place and things can feel entirely too chaotic. Fast paced work environment, you will spend all of your night standing aside from your breaks. The pay and schedule for the work you do is the best part of the job.
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No work / home life balance

They expect employees to put in 12 to 16 hour days and if you are salaried, you do not get paid overtime. Cleanliness of building is not important to management. Also, my manager cared about safety and helping us complete our jobs and stressed doing our job correctly. He was let go because of trumped up allegations of a process that was done long before his arrival. Many workers don't care about being part of a team because they only want to go home regardless of how long others have to stay. They get rid of good, hard-working people and keep the ones who complain.


Fair pay but they will work you to death


No Work Life balance
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Potential to make good money

The company does have potential to pay it's employees well. Sales reps are 100% commission and the fact that the company struggles to maintain competent employees (some drivers break a lot of product during offload at stores, which sales reps have to pay for out of their commission, and are responsible for stocking small format stores and the bulk speak and read English yet they still stock items anywhere they feel like leaving it...visit your local Dollar General's soda section and just look at the Coke, Pepsi and 7UP areas, warehouse has a high rate of mis-pick of products) and management talks about helping, but leaves you to your own volitions most of the time.All other employees are hourly based and merchandisers/relief sales account managers are where you want to be to make $1000+weekly (mileage included in weekly check) merchandising/$4500+ monthly (still paid weekly, mileage is paid higher and once a month)Do not take a sales route unless they change pay to base salary+commission like Coke and Pepsi.
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Productive, root cause driven, fun when centerlines are followed on machines.

What is the best part of working at the company?Modern equipment, knowledgeable staff. What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Work life balance didn’t match, worked every Saturday on 3rd shift. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Fast pace work environment, culture is employee driven. What is a typical day like for you at the company?Check call off, shift meeting on expectations, previous shift issues and production schedule, walk lines for GMP infraction & cleanliness, check warehouse on raw materials and batching for next flavor run.
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Unstable upper management

Physically demanding job with as much overtime as you want. I have had 3 different supervisors in the last 4 months, so stability in management isn't very good. Pay is pretty decent and your gas is paid for on the clock. You are often blamed for any mess left behind by other merchandisers, so expect to take the blame for that. Union dues/fees are ridiculous. $400 entry fee plus $50 a check after that.
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Chaotic and exhausting; high turnover

Management does very little to hold employees who refuse to work accountable. Not many people last for very long as the work is highly physical and grueling. You will be exhausted 90% of the time. If you reach out for assistance, it goes unheard. You will work long hours without breaks or help. They say overtime is a plus at this job but it is practically mandatory. Management excels at ignoring staff or simply not acting when asked. To put simply, management either doesn't want to do their job or have forgotten what it means to be out in the field. Sales staff treats merchandizers like they belong to and work under sales when they are in fact a separate department. Certain members of management will withhold your PTO and you will be questioned rigorously if you have to call in for any reason. This is a job that is always understaffed and you will be carrying the workload of more than one person because of that. Also they will expect you to run your personal vehicle into the ground with no maintenance allowance and below-average mileage pay. But the pay is nice.
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Good experience.

Sometimes had to work longer hours but the pay was good. The biggest drawback is the mileage you put on your car, but overall I would recommend working there.
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Fun place to work at

What is the best part of working at the company?Inclusive Company culture and total benefits package What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Disparate and unclean data sourcesWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Team work, everyone opinion appreciated What is a typical day like for you at the company?Cleaning data, deploying workflows and reports.
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Managers are lazy but job overall is relaxed. Know your handbook or you will be taken advantage of. Pay is ok but compared to the other two soda companies we are the least paid
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Great place to work.

Well paid & good benefits. Great opportunities to advance . No mandatory overtime. Very good work life balance. I would suggest keurig dr pepper as an employer
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Solo lots of hard work but pays the bills

It's cool, pays the bills. Could be betterManagement socksWork sucksLearn on your ownLots of labor and hard workBy yourself is the best part of itPeople always blaming each other
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Cool environment

I like it I contract there through variable.comCompetitive environment it is..,I'm going to go there all the time when they request me or accept my beads so forth it's so on and definitely


Some pad lunch


Hydration isis provided that do
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It’s okay

Start your day at 5AM and possibly finishing up at 10AM and more than likely if you are a class A driver , you will be driving a box truck most of the time because you don’t have a set route
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I lost money working for this company.

Never got paid mileage for the last six months of employment, never got an explanation as to why. Shady Human Resources department, did whatever they could to give you the runaround. Stay away if you like your paycheck.
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Great people, not a good work/ life balance

Management wise it’s the best place I’ve ever worked at, but 50-60 hours every week is too much for me. The type of work is really hard on the body as well. If you like a 5am start time and not afraid of little hard work it’s a pretty good job. Management really cares about its drivers which is nice. Pretty good benefits. Having weekends off and almost every holiday is paid time off is a plus too.


Great benefits, great people, great atmosphere


Long hours and hard labor
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Potential for good, but fails on a local level

What is the best part of working at the company?Great everywhere but in ToledoWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Poor Communication, siloh mentalityWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Toledo, has a problem with communicationWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?12 hour days, no communication
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Only work here if you have no life outside of working.

Despite what they would have you believe, the site and the union are a bit of a joke. They do not give you any sick time, but you can call and cite “NY sick leave” and they’ll dock it out of your vacation accruals. Then if you have outside things to take care of at home, best be sure you have the means to cover the hours missed, because if you don’t , you’ll be fired in no time. I was there 4 years and there was nothing offered to me once I exhausted all my time coverage resources to take care of my ill spouse and they just let me go. Don’t work here unless you have literally nothing else to do outside of work.


None, they don’t even offer bonuses or incentives beyond a pizza lunch


Poor time out coverage, minimal communication when needed.
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Bad place to work for unless u really need money but would not recommend

What is the best part of working at the company?No advancement. Management has favoritism to workers even know that haven't been there to long. They over work you then treat u bad. I would not recommend working there.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Everything especially management.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?No culture there at all. U have weird management they can do whatever they want and have no consequence.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Stressful fast paced most of the time. During summer it's super hot and they treat u like junk.
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Grind and you will shine

What is the best part of working at the company?I miss it, I wish I was still thereWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Overnights but u make good money. You just need to figure out the balanceWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Fast but then sometimes slow, the people are awesomeWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Get busy, and word the best you can
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Productive and great company.

Honestly, great company. Off weekends, holidays. Great family time, benefits and management is pretty good as well. Great pay, great for drivers who don’t mind a bit of physical labor.
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2.9 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.2 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
2.9 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
2.7 out of 5 stars for Management
2.9 out of 5 stars for Culture

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