The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) Employee Reviews
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it was a nice place to work I really enjoyed the job that I did before I was laid off the people were great I enjoyed and looked forward to going into work and dealing with the warehouse and distribution supervisors to ensure that we didn't run out of trucks or equipment to make the deliveries even if that meant that we had to build in some over time in order to get all the orders out
great people to work with
not enough pay
You have the option to work for 10 Hrs a day for a 4 day work week or 8 Hrs a day for a 5 day work week. If you do overnight you get paid for your dinner and lunch. Coke book you a top class hotel to sleep in for the night. You never had to sleep in your truck.
4 Days a week 3 days off
Have to open the packing and put stuff in customer freezer
Would not recommend anyone to work here as it is physically demanding and the management is not understanding. Work days were anywhere from 10-14 hours long.
La charge de travail était trop grande, du début jusqu'à la fin de mon emploi, la relation avec cetains clients était abusive et la compagnie / employeur blâmait toujours les employés (moi) pour le manque de service. Jai quitté volontairement et je ne regtette pas dutout.
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As a merchandiser, there is lots of heavy lifting which must be done without much help. Average day includes showing up to a few stores (using your own car) to work off the deliveries to the shelves and building displays. Pay doesn't match how strenuous the job is on your body. Everyone that you work with is really nice, however, you hardly see anyone else that is employed here. It is a great job is you like working by yourself without supervision (or very little).
Good management, stuff works well together, it is fast paced, but good pay good hours There’s a lot of math got to work well with people And you always had to get 100%
Free Pop sometimes
Really really busy and got to have good math skills
Part-time is flexible with schooling. Great fulltime job but unpredictable part-time (if not in school)
The job itself is quite draining some days but if you're someone like me who always needs to be moving it's perfect for making the day fly by. You spend the day traveling around town going to various grocery stores filling the coke products then leaving. The hardest part of the job is each grocery store is different, some can be quite the challenge due to poor management , lack of space or bad equipment but given that they have to cater to you in the end, you tend to not care because your job is to make Coca-Cola happy. The best part of the job is that your entire team is generally supportive, they're flexible in terms of your ability to work (they don't overwork you) , you can work for as long as you want as long as the jobs done which includes lots of OT if you want it!
Lots of free Coca-Cola products, start and finish at your own pace, little supervision, easy to take vacation days, flexible with school
Holidays are long hours, inconsistent scheduling, bad or no equipment needed at grocery stores, work every weekend
Warehouse builder, a typical day would include building orders for both bulk delivery (grocery stores) and more specialized delivery (convenience store). On days that are slower, we often are required to return product to correct locations and level product for when building resumes.
It was a fast phased, very competitive job. If you want to succeed, you should commit and give a little extra. It might ruin some work life balance but it was worth it. Must be willing to battle againts pepsu and red bull as the name of the game is to destroy the competition. It is fun and rewarding