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Knowing that you have a job is good. However, going in with a good attitude and coming out really grumpy due to everything else happening beyond your control can be a DAILY stress that is unnecessary if they would do upkeep on the machines on the weekend when the company is down or not so busy, stock during the day and straighten up and reinvest in their equipment for pride in their company vs getting more rights and territories to grow the business and their wallets in the executive side of the building and show appreciation for the workers at the core such as, customer service, warehouse workers that do good jobs with the correct picks, loaders who load the trucks, drivers who shuttle, delivery drivers who see your customers everyday. There are people who take pride in their jobs there and then there are those that need to be weeded out. Teamwork is a big part of this operation and better communication is needed. The upstairs needs to come down and work side by side with the little man and give up that big chair paycheck for what the little man makes in a week and stay the entire shift. As we are told to stay till it is done. Don't ask of us what you would not do yourself any and every day of the week.

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Had high hopes but was shot down in 1 1/2 weeks there.

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Great hours. they all depend on the pace i work at. so i have somewhat contol over my hours.

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Not often. sometimes someone quits or gets fired and you can take over their route, but the pay for the merchandiser position is set and does not increase at any point until you get promoted into a sales role. there is no where near as much movement happening within the company as they initially tried to make it seem. Like opportunities for advancement were always right round the corner. No

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.The heading of the newspaper of that day I guess they wanted to know if I am updated?
.The experience in sales?
.If I can drive and which class of vehicles?
.why I got Interested to working with them?
.if i can relocate?among others

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The transparency of work,availability of both management and supply plus a ground where they love and enjoy the Beverage.

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