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In-competent managers; no team work as your peers are quick to throw you under the bus. You can't reach out to ask a question to a peer because they will twist it to make them look good and you look bad. Be prepared to be a "YES SIR" type of worker or you get nowhere; bad environment, bad company to allow this to happen...

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Work and show up on time.

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I love to work in friendly environments. As well as business environment.

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This company exists solely because Coca Cola is a commodity. They are backward thinking and stuck in a 1975 DSD model that is dying off. If Kelloggs can abandon DSD and Amazon can buy Whole Foods, it won't be long until the dopes at Swire are replaced by tech. And that's a good thing.

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Be sure to tell them you will work any and all hours as well as 7 days a week. Don’t expect normal break periods during the day because your Work Day will only end when you have finished your route, no matter how long it takes.

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Given time off even without pay. But even with PTO the finance office can't submit PTO in a timely fashion.

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3 pm- 5 am

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First interview on the phone with someone from Phoenix and second one at the facility.

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Yes scheduled to random drug testing.

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After being rolled over to full time, I was given 1 week of paid vacation.

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