Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited
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Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited

Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited Employee Review

Physical demanding. Unfair cuts to hourly employees.

This is a very physical demanding job with little compensation. The company Coca-Cola was recently franchised across all of Canada and the new owners are introducing all kinds of cuts at the employees expense. I would not recommend working for this company if you have other opportunities. It’s all about the bottom line. they say they are a “family company” but I would suggest otherwise as they constantly take more and more from the employees at the bottom of the corporate ladder to save money.

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3.0Work/Life Balance
1.0Salary/Benefits
2.0Job security/advancement
1.0Management
1.0Culture
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Pros

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Overall rating

3.5

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Ratings by category

3.3Work/Life Balance
3.4Salary/Benefits
3.1Job security/advancement
3.0Management
3.2Culture

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