Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 22 April 2016
Although I work as a merchandiser and complete the daily task of replenishing beverages, what I love most is interacting with customers and fellow co-workers. I love working with people and helping others. Customer service has been my favourite part of work throughout a number of my previous jobs and as long as I am able to interact and communicate with others, I am happy.
Working with others, great hours, an amazing management team
LARGE FORMAT MERCHANDISER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 March 2016
Very high turnover rate..poor pay. Extreme stress . Very very limited upward mobility. Only take merchandising role if extremely desperate for work and you are in good shape or willing to do hardcore workouts everyday all day. Worked here for over a year and a half and 98 percent of my coworkers quit..not something you can do long term
People thinks your cool cause you work for coke
Long hours, Wear and tear on body and your vehicle, low pay, little to no advancment opportunities for merchandisers no matter how hard you work, account managers treat you like your stupid or talk behind you behind your backs
Merchandising products (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 1 March 2016
very deficit job, with no benefits and not good pay. management team don't communicate to their staff members. supervisor do not care about his team, only focus on getting a daily number. very very poor place to work and terrible work environment.
Productive and fun work place ,co workers are very co operative
TRUCK DRIVER AND MERCHANDISER (Former Employee) – Dawson Creek, BC – 29 February 2016
very Good compnay to work with, unfortunately I had to leave because of some family problems to settle. I enjoyed working with coca cola in future if a get a chance again defenitely will work for them.
ORDER PICKER/ FORKLIFT OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 January 2016
start picking i have learn a lot the management was very good co were very easy to work with picking for four hr straight and only having 1 break per day picking hard and trying to be one of the top pickers
account manager (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 November 2015
lots of training so you can deal with customers. how to deal with customers. how to manage your route to get everything done on time. co-worker always ready to help. meet your targets. all the new people you deal with everyday.
Former employee (Former Employee) – Weston, ON – 16 November 2015
It's too late when you find yourself have been surrounded by a bunch of sneaky and low-quality persons. This place has been manipulated and distorted long time by those unprofessional and unreliable managers. Union workers are complaining , fighting ,bumping each other and whining and quarreling every day. Good people , good managers can't stay but flee away. You can't see any good culture rooted in this ground but only rotten , fallen thoughts and things.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 November 2015
Being able to work on your own or with the help of a sales representative from time to time allows me to focus on my individual goals and preferences while at work. Being able to work alone gives me a sense of entitlement and I feel great knowing that I did a great job at each store. The hardest part of my job is handling stress on heavy days and the most enjoyable part is the overall flexibility (start whenever you want and end whenever you want).