Truck Loader (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 8, 2019
If they were more on top of our pay raises and not in transition learning what and where coca cola was messed up in there company before (literally fixing all old mistakes) i would've loved to have continued my job there!
Order Builder (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 13, 2019
My second week there the employees ganged up and said i threatened an employee just to get me fired. Along with consistent safety procedures being broken this is an absolute terrible place to work. i really had half a mind to call OSHA if i thought it would actually do any good. do yourself a favor and avoid this company, seeing how in a way the employees decide the staff, not the company!!!
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Show Low, AZ – February 12, 2019
Whole sales center is full of he said she said drama. No chance at advancement. The pay ain’t up to par at all compare to what they want you to do and the extra stuff they throw at you. A total lack of leadership also zero care.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Kingman, AZ – January 24, 2019
There is more to selling beverages than just putting it on a shelf, and you don't realize this until you work for Swire Coca-Cola. It's a great place to work with great benefits and learning opportunities.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Delta, CO – January 18, 2019
It is a fun and relatively easy job with the right salesman. A day at work is start at 6am and then finish when you are done with your route. Most of the stores are welcoming as long as you get the job done right.
Merchandiser/Supervisor/Delivery Driver/Salesman (Former Employee) – Meridian, ID – January 3, 2019
I enjoyed most of my time here. We had a bad manager who cleaned house and I was fortunate to stay with the company. Each different department I was in had there little things that were difficult and enjoyable.
Summer picnic and Holiday party and awards banquet
Stress in the sales department could get overwhelming at times.
Area Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Flagstaff, AZ – December 23, 2018
learned how to handle difficult situations professionally. and had to use my time management wisely. Got to make up my own schedule and spend as much time as I needed to with all the owners of the businesses that I was in charge of.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Page, AZ – December 4, 2018
Not family friendly. They do not care about how hard u work for them. You are just a number and that's it. You'll get yelled at for not taking a lunch by he and then not even 5 mins after clocking out for lunch I'll get yelled at by supervisor for going to lunch
Human Resource Consultant (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – December 3, 2018
Swire Coca-Cola has given me an opportunity to refine my project management skills; the North American headquarters is in Draper, Utah and for a Director level position and I am unable to relocate. A typical day is first off not typical - meetings can range from a formal standing call to an impromptu conversation, report writing to leading a training session. I continue to learn the art of working with other and understanding the different learning and communication styles that are most effective. The hardest part is being the consultant and helping them through the process with limited resources and conflicting priorities. I really enjoy facilitating the completion of milestones and seeing the growth in the team learning and adjusting to a new Human Resource system.
Company Culture - welcoming even though I am not a employee
Need to live in Draper, Utah or relocate to Draper, Utah
Forklift Operator/Warehouse (Former Employee) – Fruitland, ID – November 24, 2018
Swire is an overall great company to work for with good benefits and competitive pay. Sadly, the warehouse is ran by a manager that not only doesn't know how to manage a department but also can't perform basic warehouse functions. He is also unable to answer most questions or give proper training regarding the day to day duties for the warehouse employees and he's protected by friends within the company that gave him the promotion.
General Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Gunnison, CO – October 29, 2018
I worked in an area that had high tourism rates, which means they needed me most when it was busy. These times were always near the most important holidays. I was not happy with the job because there is no way for you to take these days off, even though they offer 2 weeks holiday pay. Hours are also inconsistent. for the spring, you may get 20-30 hours a week and be unable to make rent, while for that one-two month period where everyone is visiting, you are required to work 14 hour days. I also never got my insurance card during the 8 months that I worked there
Inconstant hours, Mandatory Holliday hours, Little communication
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – October 27, 2018
Great product discounts and summer party at Lagoon. Great working conditions good management and was good at the job work/life . Insurance was good, only downfall it is way out in south end of the county in growing area.
loader (Former Employee) – Pendleton, OR – October 19, 2018
the pay and benifits for my position are acceptable although if you are living on your own you need more money than what the job pays. this job would be an ideal job for someone with roommates or still living with family.
discounted beverages, uniforms provided, many holiday benefits and bonuses
long hours heavy workload, sometimes a loack of people when larger jobs need to be completed.