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12 days ago

Driver Merchandiser-(Class A CDL)

Coca-Cola Refreshments Greenfield, MA

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… Coca-Cola Refreshments


4 days ago

Coca- Cola Driver- CDL A Required/ Excellent Benefits

Coca- Cola Refreshments Wilsonville, OR

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… Coca- Cola Refreshments


12 days ago

Full Service Delivery Driver

Coca-Cola Refreshments Needham Heights, MA +22 locations

Responsible for delivering product and filling vending machines at all points of availability within established accounts. Collects and is… Coca-Cola Refreshments


14 days ago

Driver Merchandiser

Coca-Cola Refreshments Needham, MA +31 locations

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. Check accuracy and stability… Coca-Cola Refreshments


12 days ago

Coca-Cola CDL A Truck Driver

Coca- Cola Refreshments Wilsonville, OR

Responsible for: Driving and delivery of pre-order product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product Merchandise, display and… Coca- Cola Refreshments


7 days ago

Louisville KY03

Coca-Cola Louisville, KY

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… TopUSAJobs


11 days ago

Driver Merchandiser OFS Relief Part Time

Coca-Cola Tucson, AZ

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… TopUSAJobs


30+ days ago

Lima Driver Merchandiser

Coca-Cola Lima, OH

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… TopUSAJobs


13 hrs ago

Ames IA00 – new

Coca-Cola Ames, IA

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… TopUSAJobs


27 days ago

Houston PA07

Coca-Cola Houston, PA

Responsible for driving and delivery of pre-ordered product to assigned accounts and for rotating and stocking product. - Check accuracy and… TopUSAJobs


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    It was an awesome job. I was the Distribution Supervisor over 15 male drivers and 19 Coca Cola trucks. Family emergency

    Former Employee - Transportation Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator/Distribution Manager  in  Austin, TX (US)
    Former Employee - Transportation Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator/Distribution Manager in Austin, TX (US)

    I worked at Coca-Cola Company full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The teamwork between the drivers and the warehouse pickers and packers of their orders. This teamwork flowed down to the supervisor of the departments. The older drivers and warehouse workers help the young guys with the importance of always operating in the company's values. I was a little disappointed in the promotions structure, because I had a few guys that showed great leadership abilities with the new drives, take initiatives, and one day wanted to stop driving. I stayed on top of all the training, safety. CDL renewals, eye exams, physicals updates, etcs, even if sometimes it meant that I would have to meet them out on their route and have them to go the nearest clinic or whatever is needed to complete the task.

    Cons

    The only thing that I really didn't like was that I would come in at 4:30 am to brief my drivers about and last minutes changes that might have occurred in their routes or deliveries after they left, handhelds are working, give safety briefing, conduct maintenance checks on vehicles, inspect the drivers inspecting their loads with order sheets, etcs. But I could never leave in the afternoon until most of the time 8, 9, or 10:00 at night and then drive an hour to my house. It was because there wasn't a late/second shift person that would come in at 3 and stay until the last truck is in and all trucks for the next day orders are completed and loaded onto their trucks. And most of the time this will last about 3 hours.

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    Being in management for over 15 years I know from the complaints from the workers about the issues with their benefits. The biggest and the first problem concerning the benefits is that they do not understand what they are getting, how it works for them, and what are the pros and cons of it all. And the same goes for their compensation. They don't like being blind sided later on. I suggest that having a seat down meeting on a large scale first from the head, then one with the managers/leaders in the different section have a seat down meeting , and then have a meeting with the team leaders and workers, but making sure that they leave with the understanding that if they do not understand that they can freely come and asking for the correct answer.

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