Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Garfield, OH – 21 April 2017
I started making 8$ and quickly grew out of that this job is for college kids and teens lol sseing that the pay is so low but they did pay for my cdl and I think they have other programs I enjoyed my time here just the pay sucked and it is union depending on the position
Computer Operator (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – 30 March 2017
I am now studying to become a Medical Assistant at Brightwood Collage Have my CPR certificate and need to get real life on the job training working at Dr Pepper was great and only left due to job being outsourced to India. By the company that bought Dr Pepper had workout room and great dining room as well. Fellow employees were the best i had worked with in years.
Under Paid, Over Work & No Feel That It Is A Career..
Loader (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – 13 March 2017
This is the worst job I had... Your working 50-60 hours a week for 400 dollars after taxes. They pay you 7 cents per case. So to get a 600 check after taxes every week you have to pull 1700 cases A DAY for 5 days. That place is a rip off!! Go in at 6pm and leave at 5am-7am. TRUE STORY
i do not want to rate this company. i should not have to rate this company in order to submit an application for another company. Safely and efficiently deliver product to whatever stores are on the specified route for that day. Perform pre / post trip inspection on a daily basis. Developing good rapport with receiver / store managers upon delivery. Perform whatever tasks or duties requested by management. Communicate with customers to coordinate outbound and inbound freight schedules.
Machine Operator and folklift driver (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – 8 March 2017
Started as a machine operator 1 held that position for about 8 months. Then was promoted to a filler operator were I performed filler changeover/flavors held the filler operator position for about 1 year then I was promoted to utility lead operator were I assisted all the operators gave breaks tally all the production numbers.