Now that the sales have rebound, is there any chance some of us who were laid off recently will be called back? I wouldn't mind returning to my old job even if I have found a replacement since. Despite the layoffs, I hold no ill feelings towards the... — read more
Any thoughts on how Ronaldo’s removal of Coca-Cola bottles during a press conference will affect us? It has coincided with a big fall in the share price. Will we, ordinary employees, be affected the most in the end? I hope there will be no cuts... — read more
If there was a need for new employees then why did we have to get rid of so many people recently? Layoffs are all about cost-cutting, so how does adding more costs within months of the latest major round fit into that equation? I'd really like to... — read more
For god sakes, you people make sugar water. The management must be so arrogant as to think they produce something so important that they can actually sway opinion. Get a life.
I just heard another plant in Texas will be closing sometime next month. That's the third one so far this year if I'm not mistaken. What's going on here? How worried should we be that the closings are just the start and we might be looking at a... — read more
The Coca-Cola bottling plant at 830 N. Sixth St. in Lafayette is laying off some of its employees and consolidating its operations to a new automated distribution center in Whitestown, Indiana, according to a recent letter the company sent to the... — read more
Coca Cola is planning on cutting more overhead. If they rent a building they will consolidate it and offer employees to move or get laid off. Albany NY is getting closed down and their orders will be pulled out of Middletown NY
Will we get them? Thoughts?
If a buyout is offered I will take it in a heartbeat. I don't understand why they don't offer voluntary layoffs all around instead to just to a select group. I'm certain there are plenty of people who would be happy to leave for whatever reason. And... — read more
Someone will ring a little bell, and everything in the world will snap back to normal, you'll all get your jobs back, with pay raises, increased pensions, and management will treat you with utmost respect. Sadly, more people than you think... — read more
And yes, their favorite way to save money is by laying off employees. It's a shameful short term fix that winds up costing company more in the long run. I wonder if they know about any other way? More than half of global layoffs will be in US. I’ll... — read more
The enterprise is also continuing its job cuts, including the approximate 4,000 North American layoffs announced in August and an unspecified number abroad. https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/11/25/coca-cola-moves-ahead-with-big-strategic-reset/ — read more
If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be Coca Cola Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Has anything new come out since August? Is there any news on how many people accepted their voluntary offers? What's going to happen if not enough do? I don't work for Coke but my mom does and I know this has been weighing on her. It'd be nice to... — read more
Honest answers please also is there layoffs for drivers in the near future?
Just to know how this will play out. I'm guessing cuts will be deep but plenty of people will also be able to transfer to other positions within the company. Not knowing which group I'm gonna be in and having no indication of when I might find... — read more
When the news of Coca-Cola cancelling 200 under-performing brands like Odwalla and Tab appear in the media, it sounds like a lot. In reality I notice that we have more brands in warehouses than ever and that many more should be cut. I may be wrong... — read more
Coca-Cola Decides to Discontinue Production of 200 Drink Brands: Report Coca-Cola Decides to Discontinue Production of 200 Drink Brands to Focus on Profitable Beverages: Report. The brands that would be cancelled have “little to... — read more
Anyone hear of any future changes for California Reyes bottling facilities.
When will we know how many people have accepted the voluntary layoff packages? And when will we finally find out how many regular layoffs will that leave us with? Coca Cola seems intent on torturing us by keeping us guessing and stressing for who... — read more
Feel so bad for those close to retirement and other employees. Executives only care about their millions. So ridiculous they just spent millions remodeling the Atlanta complex.
Coca-Cola Co. KO 3.32%▲ said it planned to lay off some employees and offer voluntary separations, affecting thousands at the company, as it reorganizes its segments in a reorientation of beverage strategy. The beverage giant said on Friday that... — read more
I lost my job back in July and now they are suggesting cutting another 4000 across the country. Drink Pepsi.
Anybody have any insight on the details?
surely they must be coming soon - particularly for CCNA. I haven't heard anything (im based in atlanta) but they must be right around the corner. Anyone closer to these decisions know anything?
Has anyone heard Lancaster ca closing???
Half of the cooler department here at coke in Fort Worth were laid off today. Thankful I wasn’t one
When I got laid off I asked for a report on who was laid off. People don’t know that if your above 45 years old you are Entitled to this report. What I found was that they laid off mostly people that were above the age of 50 years old. Was it Age... — read more
I heard KO laid off 60% of their on premise department sales team. Anyone have information regarding this?
Liberty Coke's entire sales Team received a late call late Tuesday afternoon. Sales were given a choice of taking a voluntary furlough or they were going to choose who and how many would be payed off..... I'm guessing 50% of an already depleted... — read more
I keep reading that Coca-Cola laid off 700 people, but it seems to me like that number is much higher than that? Anybody else feels they are lying about the final number?
With Drive thu Covid Testing, who would think that Coca Cola would implement a Drive Thru Termination. Yes it's true. On 4/21/2020 Reyes Coca Cola reduced their salesforce by 50% in Southern California for The Food Service On Premise Division. ... — read more
What's the impact and what are your thoughts?
Please share how many employees work at the company. Finally, how many of them are employed at Atlanta?
If the economy turns around, do you anticipate any Coca Cola Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Word in the ATL is that layoffs are coming. Predicted recession and some excess inventory problems. Upstart competition taking more shelf space than anticipated. If you're corporate look out.
Lays began today at the beverage company giant, impacting several departments in the financial sector. This move comes as a surprise to many insiders who were blindsided by the releases. Of course this information is not receiving much attention from... — read more