Coca-Cola European Partners FAQ

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34 English questions out of 34

20 December 2019

Does Coca-Cola European Partners have a pension plan?

Pros

Good salary, 25 days annual leave with the option to buy another 5, strong pension plan and shares scheme. Strict 8am - 4pm, so good work life balance. Good benefits and many discounts through the employee benefits programme. Very strong company for your CV, new technology in the manufacturing plants. Company pays for all your expenses when you are on business trips - days off the office for a meeting somewhere else.

Cons

Poor training and development plan. Been here for 2 years, absolutely no training plan and development opportunities. No matter how hard you try and how good you are at your job, there is absolutely no progression to a better role - higher level role. They even say it clearly to you that there is no progression. If there is a promotion, it always goes to people who are unskilled or external candidates. Management team with no qualifications, no technical knowledge and really bad attitude. No common sense. Poor management and completely disorganized for a company as big as Coca Cola. If you stay more and do more hours, there is no recognition, no extra pay, no days in leau.

Advice to Management

Invest on people who have the skills, qualifications, passion and enthusiasm to develop and progress. Get rid of all the managers who are unable to manage a team. Provide the employee with a proper training plan and development opportunities.

Good salary, 25 days annual leave with the option to buy another 5, strong pension plan and shares scheme.

20 December 2019

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24 October 2019

Does Coca-Cola European Partners offer parental leave?

Pros

*Matched share plan *Great maternity package *Frequent training *Strong bonus scheme

Cons

*Micro management of time *Broad brush solutions try to fit individual customers without flexibility (understandable given size of company) *Infrequent team meetings means job can be lonely

Great maternity package

24 October 2019

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20 December 2019

Does Coca-Cola European Partners offer employee discounts?

Pros

Good salary, 25 days annual leave with the option to buy another 5, strong pension plan and shares scheme. Strict 8am - 4pm, so good work life balance. Good benefits and many discounts through the employee benefits programme. Very strong company for your CV, new technology in the manufacturing plants. Company pays for all your expenses when you are on business trips - days off the office for a meeting somewhere else.

Cons

Poor training and development plan. Been here for 2 years, absolutely no training plan and development opportunities. No matter how hard you try and how good you are at your job, there is absolutely no progression to a better role - higher level role. They even say it clearly to you that there is no progression. If there is a promotion, it always goes to people who are unskilled or external candidates. Management team with no qualifications, no technical knowledge and really bad attitude. No common sense. Poor management and completely disorganized for a company as big as Coca Cola. If you stay more and do more hours, there is no recognition, no extra pay, no days in leau.

Advice to Management

Invest on people who have the skills, qualifications, passion and enthusiasm to develop and progress. Get rid of all the managers who are unable to manage a team. Provide the employee with a proper training plan and development opportunities.

Good benefits and many discounts through the employee benefits programme.

20 December 2019

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20 September 2019

Does Coca-Cola European Partners offer life insurance?

Pros

If you like Game of Thrones you will fit very well. They aren't a IT company, and their lack of knowledge provokes very funny moments, especially when they are trying to protect their job positions.

Cons

Dont try to protect you life out of the office. You mustn't got life. God save COCA-COLA

Advice to Management

If CCEP is so powerful, tries to keep the knowledge, hiring people that could help in your business transformation. stop wasting money trying to make people say what you want to hear.

You mustn't got life.

20 September 2019

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20 December 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Coca-Cola European Partners?

Pros

Good salary, 25 days annual leave with the option to buy another 5, strong pension plan and shares scheme. Strict 8am - 4pm, so good work life balance. Good benefits and many discounts through the employee benefits programme. Very strong company for your CV, new technology in the manufacturing plants. Company pays for all your expenses when you are on business trips - days off the office for a meeting somewhere else.

Cons

Poor training and development plan. Been here for 2 years, absolutely no training plan and development opportunities. No matter how hard you try and how good you are at your job, there is absolutely no progression to a better role - higher level role. They even say it clearly to you that there is no progression. If there is a promotion, it always goes to people who are unskilled or external candidates. Management team with no qualifications, no technical knowledge and really bad attitude. No common sense. Poor management and completely disorganized for a company as big as Coca Cola. If you stay more and do more hours, there is no recognition, no extra pay, no days in leau.

Advice to Management

Invest on people who have the skills, qualifications, passion and enthusiasm to develop and progress. Get rid of all the managers who are unable to manage a team. Provide the employee with a proper training plan and development opportunities.

No matter how hard you try and how good you are at your job, there is absolutely no progression to a better role

20 December 2019

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