Another one bites the dust. Coca-Cola is closing its warehouse in Pittsfield. Official closing date is June 1. I know most of the workers will be offered different positions in the company, but let's be honest, how many will actually be able to... read more
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Really bad news for those working in management. Coca-Cola will be laying off nearly 350 people from the Atlanta HQ. The funny thing is, while 350 people will be shown the door, Cola will continue to hire people for other positions. Am I the only one... read more
How many bad news can Coca-Cola drop on its workers in the new year? Seriously? So many layoffs already announced, and now a plant closing? Nearly 250 people will lose their jobs, part in the Okmulgee bottling plant, part in the Oklahoma City... read more
Nothing new, more Coca-Cola related layoffs. Changes in distribution of Coca-Cola soft drink will result in a reduction of up to 15 workers in Terre Haute, likely by the end of March... read more
Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) reported to the state that it plans to lay off an additional 53 people on Feb. 28, including five employees at 121 Baker Street, 47 at 1 Coca-Cola Plaza, and one at 1150 Sanctuary Parkway... read more
IT dept - Security and firewall teams are the worst had a change to work with the security and firewall team, seems to be the worst i have worked with in my lifetime. lack of knowledge of the company infra lack of product knowledge of the tools that... read more
there are hundreds of people that will be let go in 2018 in the months of July, and August. Those were targeted 1 year after downloadbesttorrentblog.rus started in 2017. The 2018 layoffs will take place in all regions. Those that were targeted for 2018 will start... read more
Who knows more about this? Anyone?
I know that this sounds like a broken record, but some folks are talking about possibly having layoffs in Atlanta.
Laid off after 18 years and exceptional performance reviews. The company can spend billions on a renovation of their headquarters that will be outdated by the time it is completed and lead by an incompetent team of narcissists, yet layoff people. By... read more
Coca-Cola seems to have joined the club of companies who are saving money by laying off their most experienced and loyal workers for young employees who cost less. The fact that the reduction in cost comes with reduction in knowledge does not seem to... read more
Obviously people feel they are not being heard, not being listen to, not getting the answers they need to keep confident and within the walls of the office. It would be nice to have someone tell me the truth for once and give me a chance to modify... read more
The most obvious sign layoffs are coming: Executives hint at layoffs using other terms, like 'restructuring' "downsizing," "reorganizing," "incremental synergies," organizational efficiency," "offshoring," "streamlining," "headcount reductions"... read more
I was let go in the big purge last year, after 7 year with the company - in the hindsight I should have left much earlier as this was by far the most stressful job I've ever had (30+ years of experience). At Coke, nothing is ever good enough, you... read more
I have been working at the plant for 16 years, and the new management that came in just worry about money, theirs no concern for peoples safety and well being, some of the workers have been force to work overtime with the treat of loosing your job if... read more
So this Coca Cola family has given me a package along with many others I have worked with over the last 2 to 3 decades. Is it a fair package? not even close...shameful for a company that promotes themselves with family values. I cant begin to... read more
Woodruff took the company through the Depression years and never layed off his employees. This makes the third reduction in force. This very short sighted HR trend to improve the company's efficiency and perfromance misses a very important point that... read more
I know it s---s to lose your job and no matter who gets let go someone will always criticize the whole concept and those who end up on the cutting block. Companies can't continue to be great without making forward fiscal decisions and unfortunately... read more
This was done by outside consultants, and they tried to be neutral but how much do they know about what we work. Consultants set criteria for employee assessments that took place this was done by the employee’s manager and and one or two other... read more
Every department was affected by downloadbesttorrentblog.rus = HR was hit too, IT big hits as they are expensive. Legal was hit and marketing.
334 workers laid off at at 1 Coca-Cola Place, Atlanta 30313; 59 workers at 303 Peachtree St. NE in Atlanta 30308; 28 workers at 384 Northyards Blvd. NW, Atlanta 30313. The total laid off count 421... read more
It seems as if Coca-Cola already started letting people go. I've read on several sites that hundreds of people across several offices have been laid off today, but nobody is saying where exactly. I am not sure if I should start panicking or not. We... read more
The only thing keeping the stock up is the 3+% dividend, once that goes, these guys are on the sales table, along with 401Ks and pensions
Previous articles from 2006 and 2001 point to ineffective senior leadership as the reason for 2000+ layoffs. 2017 is no different when the C level execs are banking over $100 million in bonuses but slashing employees. There is 100% age discrimination... read more
60,000 are leaving in some form, "Coke has said it expects to have fewer than 40,000 employees world-wide next year", there were 100,000 employees 12/31/16
I have not left the company yet, even though at 55+ years of age I have a target on my back. The previous poster said that: "It's chaos and not a place you want to work." - I can attest to that, it's very crazy internally with lines shifting and... read more
Unlike all the many, many other lay-offs in the past, the Company will not be bridging anyone's time to 55. 54 years old, 20+ year of time served to bad. Should have been laid off before December
How many more people will be laid off before things stabilize... 1200 is a lot... Check this out: / read more
About 100 folks will be cut in the San Diego area. /
200 layoffs announced this week in the manufacturing area - more to come in other areas it's going to be bloody
I've been around CCR employees in AOC where there seems to be a final push on integration of SAP systems in a CONA owned method?
2017 Layoffs have started here in Canada as restructuring continues. Front line staff are next for early 2017... Good Luck!
I left a few years back but still have good friend over there - now I am hearing that you may have job cuts in Atlanta.
I too was laid off after 18 years. The company could care less about their employees and is a fear based management company. Take it as a blessing, there is no morale, they are ridding those over 40 with bonus and pensions and hiring at much lower... read more
I've recently left the company and I will tell you, downloadbesttorrentblog.rus seen in the 2015 will be laughable compared to the ones ahead. Between the end of March and mid April the job market will be saturated with Coke employees attempting to find jobs. Of... read more
Things are going south again, multiple reports of layoffs, let's see what 2016 brings
Friend of mine in California got the news today of more layoffs. He's in the business development group.
What is the likelihood of Coca Cola layoffs in Atlanta in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
My position was impacted after long 15 years - I was replaced by a new hire i trained, how cool is this, how smart is this, good work management. I drink Pepsi now, I think I will quit that too. Good news for me - my work ethic got me another job... read more