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Transport Driver 2nd shift Ottumwa IA

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Ottumwa, IA

Dr Pepper Snapple Group is an equal opportunity employer and affirmatively seeks diversity in its workforce. Dr Pepper Snapple Group recruits… Jobg8

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Transport Driver 2nd shift Des Moines IA – new

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Des Moines, IA

Dr Pepper Snapple Group is an equal opportunity employer and affirmatively seeks diversity in its workforce. Dr Pepper Snapple Group recruits… Jobg8

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District Manager Spencer IA

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Spencer, IA

With a brand heritage spanning more than 200 years, the DPS portfolio includes some of the most recognized beverages in the Americas . More than… Jobg8

24 days ago

Finance Manager

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Vernon, CA

include budgeting, forecasting, reporting and analysis of trends and actual variances for operations within the Region as well as financial close… Ivy Exec

24 days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Plano, TX

for this role are: Prepare monthly manufacturing operations report Prepare schedules and commentary for quarterly reporting to Corporate Teams Assist… Ivy Exec

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Director Rapid Continuous Improvement

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Plano, TX

Join the team at Dr Pepper Snapple Group and make a difference by pursuing everything that you do with the determination that sets us apart in the… Ivy Exec

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Financial Analyst

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Plano, TX

. Enter trade promotion contracts into Vistex timely and accurately. Validate information for completeness and reasonableness. Identify and follow up… Ivy Exec

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Director, Manufacturing Engineering

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Carlstadt, NJ +3 locations

This role will develop, manage and execute the strategic capital plan for the NE based manufacturing sites. They will be responsible for development… Ivy Exec

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Regional Sales Manager

Dr Pepper Snapple Group North Charleston, SC

Identify, develop and execute key business building opportunities around distribution, availability, promotion, display, merchandising and pricing… Ivy Exec

24 days ago

Director of Licensing - Route to Market

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Plano, TX

The mission of this role is to protect our brands route-to-market through direct management of the contractual relationships andprocesses between… Ivy Exec

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    BULK DRIVER ( 10+ years )

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    Current Employee - Express Driver in Fort Myers, FL (US)
    Current Employee - Express Driver in Fort Myers, FL (US)

    I have been working at Dr Pepper Snapple Group full-time (more than 10 years)


    Mon-Fri , 401k , Match 401k up to 4% , Diversity , Paid to pick up shells , Few B & C reloads , few Hot Shots , On route, managing daily activities with out, some one, talking in your ear all day. , Great associates to work with. Paid vacation , Paid holiday's , Paid sick days , Paid personal days. Medical benefits ,


    No stock perks , 401k dropped 6% to 4% , Employee Retention bad , Non-exclusive pallets , No ASN @ Walmart's or Targets,Check in process @Walmart very time consuming. , Corporate took over routing , Inefficiency of deliveries, routing, merchandisers. , Little or no raises that don't reflect cost of inflation across commodities sector. , Sick days should be increased , Personal days should go back to using as sick days if not used , Lack of communication to employees , Low wages , Poor software , Slow corporate red tape of hiring positions @ Branch level , No Paid medical examine , Not following corporate policy because of lack of personnel , Poor service to customers, lack there of people , Too many stops for drivers, spread too far away to make delivery times, company traded public , Working the following Saturday's post holiday that was a paid day off; while corporate enjoys or other branches enjoy the four day week end.Every year medical costs go up for the employee. No lunch in order to make door times , No employee incentives , 53ft put in a circle K parking lots is a dangerous practice, & a lawsuit waiting to happen; Bulk trucks should be kept out of small format,utilize for grocery stores only. Waste of fuel because of inefficient routing

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    Corporate comes up with policies that have good intentions for the company but unrealistic execution at branch level. I see policies being made that effect the efficiency and execution of product.and undue stress on employees which causes poor retention and turnover. I believe,these cuts,being made are for the board members & to satisfy shareholders.I understand there must be growth within the company,for an idea to work at a lower level it must be executable.The retention of our people over the years,that I have seen,is not very good.costly,not only to our company,as well, to our customers.We could do much better in execution and double our case volume, it takes money to make money, the lack of the monies put towards execution and retention of our people is critical. Retaining seasoned skilled workers is necessary and maintaining equipment to keep up with the volume is crucial for growth.When a Publix ad comes on sale we struggle to execute.If we were able to execute deliveries within the door time and give better service in the store with our product we would get a lot more displays and end caps, more shelf space for our product, our volume would increase The following quarter. We have to show a constant timeframe of great quality service to achieve this trust is earned over time. @ First we will be in the red, The black ink will come to follow.The growth will be seen from that point forward.I see your policies changing following our competitors, are competitors follow through therefore they execute where is we come short and do not follow thru.when a company grows too fast it's too hard to sustain,growth at a slower rate is more sustainable.our branch lacks the necessary trucks drivers and merchandisers. When truck is broke down we have no replacement therefore product sits.you ask why because the person in charge of replacing that tractor is out on route because somebody has quit because they don't like the way the pay reflects the amount of work for the money made.our out of date delivery process needs to be updated and kept current. Pocket loads are outdated and inefficient more efficient than the old way. Small format should be already loaded on pup trucks ready to roll off. The upfront cost to convert over versus injury will eventually offset rates with insurance companies. The best ideas in life are usually stolen and given by current employees to improve the situation. Thank you for allowing me to share my thoughts. Looking forward to another ten plus years with DPSG.

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