Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. Jobs & Careers


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4 days ago

Representative, Merchandising - Sunbury/Leatherhead/Epsom

Coca Cola Enterprises Sunbury-on-Thames, England

Leading brands, great people, growth and the reward that comes with it: the raw materials for success are right here. But still, success depends on… Reed.co.uk


17 days ago

Production-Upstream Team Leader - 12 Month Contractor

Coca Cola Enterprises Edmonton, England

Fast moving set of Team Leaders whos key role is to ensure we deliver our daily plan on time, in full. Your role will be to ensure that the Factory… Reed.co.uk


17 days ago

Sales Representative - Cardiff, Fixed Term 8 months

Coca Cola Enterprises Cardiff, Wales

Leading brands, great people, growth and the reward that comes with it: the raw materials for success are right here. But still, success depends on… Reed.co.uk


25 days ago

TECHNICIAN ELECTRICAL - SHIFT BASED - NORTH LONDON OPERATIONS

Coca Cola Enterprises Edmonton, England

Work on rotating 12hr shifts; days and nights pattern, working as a team member and providing support and direction to Operator Technicians and… Reed.co.uk


21 days ago

User Interface Developer

Coca Cola Enterprises Hemel Hempstead, England

• Producing recommendations to increase the performance of the website through technical and site structure changes, whilst staying abreast of the… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Technical, Project Manager - Edmonton Operations – new

Coca Cola Enterprises Edmonton, England

Leading brands, great people, growth and the reward that comes with it: the raw materials for success are right here. But still, success depends on… Reed.co.uk


28 days ago

Sales Representative - Central London, Bakers Street

Coca Cola Enterprises London, England

Leading brands, great people, growth and the reward that comes with it: the raw materials for success are right here. But still, success depends on… Reed.co.uk


29 days ago

Sales and Customer Service Representative

Coca Cola Enterprises Peterborough, England

Joining Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) as Telesales Representative offers you the platform to an exciting and rewarding career. At CCE you will enjoy… Reed.co.uk


21 days ago

IS Security Design and Projects Consultant

Coca Cola Enterprises Hemel Hempstead, England

This role will provide significant challenges and opportunities for the successful candidate to help shape, enable and drive change forward for… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Electrical & Mechanical Maintenance Technician – new

Coca Cola Enterprises Edmonton, England

Work on rotating 12hr shifts; days and nights pattern, working as a team member and providing support and direction to Operator Technicians and… Reed.co.uk


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    Politics prevent efficiency, fair play non existent, worst employment experience in 19 years employment!!

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative
    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative

    I have been working at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    The people at team leader level and below are great,
    Excellent events and perks.
    Great marketing strategies for products - good way to learn marketing at entry level.
    Free pop and merchandise

    Cons

    Too many blockers in high level roles
    Little to no chance of career progression unless you are a personal favourite of a manager.
    Managers react negatively to innovative or creative people and or feedback
    Bullying, intimidation and favouritism rife in call centres
    Personal and confidential staff information discussed during meetings with managers of departments not related to employee against employees wishes.
    Feedback to staff is usually negative
    Middle & Senior Managers openly flout company values and are dishonest and rude to staff, often refusing to speak to staff unless they are same level of importance as them.
    Politics prevent performance.
    High turnover of staff
    Complaints from departments who witnessed bullying of front line staff by managers were ignored by management.
    HR department unhelpful
    Systems often not entirely fit for purpose.
    Bonuses not consistently rewarding across all call centre departments.
    If managers dont like results, they will simply change the goalposts so that their performance appears more favourable.

    First few years were really great, but the last months were hell, culture of above, encouraged by a small group of managers has taken a great place to work to a very uncomfortable place to work. Eventually, dreaded getting to the office each day!! Lots of people have left due to the awful behaviour of managers. The fact that most reviews I have read on here mention this clearly shows that this is an ongoing theme and is an international and widespread issue

    You will never get anywhere if you aren't favoured and even if you are, back stabbing is so rife, that managers can turn on you en masse without ever giving you an explanation, or even having a reason. Managers openly took credit for others work in order to further their own agendas and handed opportunities to people who hadnt earned them over those less favoured staff who were outperforming against targets.

    Once you are no longer useful to someone they will actively seek to block your career progression by preventing good ranking in talent management reviews, denying you career support and generally making a career progression process miserable.

    The female managers are unbelievably vicious Queen Bee Syndrome Types and HATE other, younger ambitious women, but if you're a good looking young lad you'll get on just fine......

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Actively show support for the company values.
    Managers need to try 'do as I do' not just 'do as I say'
    Need to be more approachable and trustworthy
    Rather than deny and cover up mistakes, or actively seek to blame others, try taking some ownership.
    Need to address bullying and intimidating behaviour of middle and senior managers.
    Need to eke out the politics and nepotism, favouritism etc.
    lead by example
    Do more than superficially pay lip service to fixing issues raised fedback in engagement surveys/ falsify results!!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

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