Having worked for Coca Cola for 32 years, it speaks volumes in my length of service. I am extremely proud to of been part of such a great company, and the great success that they are today.
The role was challenging at times but rewarding
I have worked on several departments within the office, gaining a wide range of experience in customer services,Sales,Delivering training & inductions to all new starters.My current role I am a specialist & decision maker in equipment eligibility.
A great place to work that is always looking at ways to improve the working experience. Working with leadership can often mean changing priorities at short notice but you'll find that in any organisation. Would genuinely recommend CCEP as a really positive place to work.
Administrator (Former Employee) - Uxbridge, Greater London - 7 April 2020
Worked in Human resources dept. Systems at CCEP dont talk to each other therefore alot of dupilcation in work, very manual processes for a big corporation. Management is poor, very reactive rather than proactive therefore making a very stressful environment. General atmosphere is very poor as many feel management dont listen or are not approachable.
It's the people that make it what it is, the people are amazing. Good benefits, that you don't find in most other places. High work load with targets to hit each quarter, but being busy means the days go fast.
Good experience to working as technician operator on the line making drinks do over change two different size of can or bottle of I've been I've been in Coca-Cola more than 3 years whatcontractions finish
In terms of the work procedures and working environment , coca-cola offer the best work environment and benefits to their employees and ensure they are taken care of however the products that they showcase on their range are false the packaging details are deceptive and not true. This cannot be trusted, their drinks are not what you assume they contain the highest levels of sugar even the diet and zero coke drink.
I had very high expectations working for such a famous global company, turned out not to be so, The company induction and promises are not followed with no training plan or support given, Very high resentment toward new starters from production staff especially if you have been given a position over them or are not family related. Bullying, racism, labelling and obscene language from production employees is common (they run the company) no support from management when reported. I am sure CCEP head office have no conception of what is going on at their wakefield site. And should be investigated.
Without doubt my best ever workplace and left only to pursue a career in teaching. Shifts were long but passed quickly when production flew at full tilt, which it often did. Pattern allowed good blocks of time off too.
Your immediate and extended supervision were knowledgeable about your role and supportive of training and operational needs.
Salary package and benefits were excellent and well above average for locality. This did diminish over the years as successive pay rises and benefits shrank to the point of inducing workforce industrial action at my point of exit.
large, well funded organisation with good benefits package and worklife balance
Decreasingly competitive salary. 12 hour nights sometimes arduous around seasonal downturns.