Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Employee Reviews about "hour"
78% would recommend to a friend
(53 total reviews)
91% approve of CEO
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- "Good benefit and remuneration package" (in 51 reviews)
- "People are great" (in 39 reviews)
- "Great culture, values and a passion for winning" (in 31 reviews)
- "We worked very hard but had fun doing it and made some great friends and colleagues in the meantime." (in 21 reviews)
- "Good work life balance for interns" (in 19 reviews)
- "Poor management and completely disorganized for a company as big as Coca Cola." (in 18 reviews)
- "No training or guidance to progress if your any good at your role" (in 11 reviews)
- "if your direct manager likes being in the office your presence in the office will be vastly greater than your larger team)" (in 11 reviews)
- "long hours" (in 10 reviews)
- "Also they are limited opportunities to progress to management levels" (in 7 reviews)
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Updated 4 Dec 2023
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- 3.010 Jun 2020Sales RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsLiverpool, England
They have flexible hours and Share Scheme
The feeling of being unvalued and pretentious promotion system
- 4.022 Feb 2022Human ResourcesCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsSofia, Sofia (city)
Career development Health & Wellbeing programs Flexible working hours
Leadership decision making No real drive for change and improvements Work related competencies trainings are missing. The focus is only on soft skills and I&D
- 5.022 May 2022Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsSydney
- Career Opportunities - Transparency of remuneration (recent) - Leaders and people all want the best for our people and the organisation
- sometimes decision making can be slower than what I would like - Integration to EU is largely going very well, there are a few teething issues that I'm sure we can work through - due to the passion that people show in the business this can translate into long hours every now and then.
- 4.027 Sept 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Really nice environment to work in.
You are always forced to work hard and long hours. Not recognized or appreciated for it.
- 2.06 Mar 2017Account Development ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
There is a healthy interactive team building work environment
No advancement opportunities and too many work hours without the pay to go along with the hours worked.
- 1.029 Mar 2023QC MicrobiologistFormer Contractor, less than 1 yearPerth, Western Australia
-The team was friendly and diverse, consisting of people of different ages, skill levels, and backgrounds. -There were also some minor benefits, such as free drinks and fruit on Mondays. -ideal if you like working alone. -Training across micro, chem, quality, sampling-good skills for the job market
-I was recruited for this position although I saw the ad online 2 months earlier but I never applied. I know they had someone else working in the lab during that time, but when I asked what happened to them, seems they were gone and I was in. So you might be let go if someone more ideal comes along. -The interview took place in the lunchroom, while people were eating, walking past and stocking the fridge. Consequently, I didnt feel like I had an adequate chance to explain my qualifications and skills. The interview also felt rushed, and one of the interviewers seemed to be distracted by their phone. On completion of the interview I didn't feel as confident with this company, but didn't rule them out completely either. -On my first day I was left alone in the lab after an hour of training. I had never done these techniques before. -You work almost exclusively alone in the lab. -By the end of the first week, I had a lot of concerns regarding health and safety and quality assurance. Some things in the lab were not traditional compared to other ISO 17025 accredited labs that I've worked in. -I scheduled a meeting with my superiors to discuss my concerns and ideas for improvements, but I was terminated from my position soon after without any further communication from the company. - I did not receive any feedback or support from my employer upon my termination. -Much wasn't said in reposnse to my complaints, so didn't feel like I was being heard or it was up for discussion. -Additionally, I felt the company had inadequate health and safety induction, as there were many hazards I was unaware of and didn't know how to manage. -Inadequate access to resources (group chats, emails, paperwork) to perform role effectively. -Inadequate, incompetent training, no SOPs provided, trainer doing things differently than what they're supposed too, not telling me important info resulting in errors. -Rotating rosters, early starts, night shift. Can make it difficult to have routine and outside commitments. -Repetitive and simple tasks, autonomous role, leads to boredom. -The atmosphere was odd, as the company hired contractors despite being a large corporation. Didn't feel a part of the company but also expected to work there full time as a casual. -Apparently 10 New production team memebrs so some of the samples coming in weren't labelled or sampled correctly, makes my job harder. -They seem to like to keep the same people around and shift them around different roles. This can be problematic if the person isn't good at their job or doesn't offer new perspectives or solutions. You can miss out on new talent and fresh ideas. There are more cons in relation to the business but not relevant to this role. It will bug you if you have high standards for a workplace or quality assurance training. Overall, my experience was disappointing. I expected better, but now I know. Didn't expect to be terminated after voicing my concerns.