Food & Beverages
5001 to 10000 Employees
The Coca-Cola Company
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Even that Coca-Cola is my fav brand, I was so excited to be part of Coca-Cola Mexico, was my dream job, wasnt the best experience, I was an implant so I my information access was pretty limited and also cause I was in a different office they didnt pay to much attention to us, I didnt really get any capacitation cause when I started working my boss was promoted and I didnt anyone who really gave a real follow up, by the end of the year we got a new CEO who made changes and one of those were most of the implants need to be let go, it wasnt the best experience after all, so sad.
Far too many people drink the Coca-Cola kool-aid here. While making the numbers is important, the real way to get ahead is by who you know and not challenging leadership, no matter how backwards and outdated the management style is.
My department is great, the people I work with are amazing. The company itself has too many turn overs. When you work here just know that it won't be for long, you can't make this a long term place to retire. There are certain departments that are not like the one I'm in, and have that micromanage style which makes it very stressful. It is a great place to work if you want to gain experience and move on.
This sales center is a disaster. Nepotism abounds while skilled leadership is non-existent. A culture of harassment and discrimination is perpetuated by indifferent managers.
Coca-Cola is a great company that her perfected the art of she-washing. While they talk a good message at the executive level, have visible presence with respect to issues concerning women, and their 5 X 20 initiative, the reality is that at the mid-level, director, sr. level, the male leaders are still part of one big boys club of golfers, drinkers and customer entertainers who make decisions on promotions without transparency.
Women as merchandisers for Coca-Cola never get ahead. It is a male dominated job with no real opportunities for advancement. Out of the 3 years I worked this job, only two other females obtained part time positions and were not on very long. Coca-Cola is not a bad company and I will say it was my favorite job, but a single mother with college loans cannot support her family working only part time hours. I would not suggest this position to any female and it's really not fair to say the least.
Though the job was easy and fun I couldn't get over being told that a woman's job was to clean coolers. Not stock shelves and that my boss would change my route due to truck load even though Iproved I could do my job
Coca-cola is a wonderful company to work for. Family feel to the work environment even though it's a major corporation. Managers are educated and experienced, good people who look out for their employees. Wonderful place to work.
If you want a good old boys club, with a lot of the women who have managed to become management also participating - this is where you should go.
No because they don't see us as equals
In some other warehouse I'm sure it is possible but not in Abilene
Absolutely not. You can until you try to get past Director level and then the divide becomes unrealistic. There is a definite difference between men and women support.
It is possible. I work in production as a lead. It's mostly 98% men and I'm a lesbian but they all respect me and treat me the same and coca cola has blessed me in so many ways. They treat you equal.
You can absolutely have it all! Coca-Cola understands the importance of well-being, personal/professional development and work/life balance and provides opportunities in all of these areas.
It is unclear whether having it all is a viable option. The pay is not the same for men and women. The men are still paid well above women in similar jobs.
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