Thread regarding Coca-Cola Co. layoffs

Age discrimination and still the good ole boy club

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 The company can spend billions on a renovation of their headquarters that will be outdated by the time it is completed and lead by an incompetent team of narcissists, yet layoff people.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 law they have to tive you the totle and age of people impacted, would be curious for the entire comoany breakdown not just department. No more oensions, lower the job grades, lower the benefits and pay.

Hopefully 3G will buy them and lay the rest off, staring with the unnecessary 2020 team that continue to hire and spend exorbitant amounts of money unnecessarily.

Run! I have no doubt a legal issue or class action will arise on age discrimination and how these "assessments" were handled, all subjective by the manager/director. Yet those are the ones that are highly paid and need to be let go. They keep their safety net near regardless if one is competent or not. They have people that did not get impacted and had poor performance reviews and coaches... this is fair how?

Not Mr Woodruff or Goizuetta's way. Sugar is out, gonna run it into the ground

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I spent 15 years with Coca-Cola and it was 15 sad years. I retired as soon as I could in an effort to regain my passion for life. There are some very talented and great people in the organization. Why leadership continues to treat their employees like a commodity will ciome back to haunt them. This could and should be a great place to work because Coca-Cola and its’ Bottling Partners do invest in the community and the world but, as an employee, their benevolence is only skin deep. Sorry Coca-Cola. You’re not going to be able to recruit and/or retain the brightest talent with your superficial operating model.

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It continues into December of 2018. The legal but systematic reduction of older employees who are the ones who worked hard for the Company and were the institutional knowledge of the Company.

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The Company is run by a bunch of clowns and overpaid beancounters. Did the new CEO just wake-up one day and say I can just cut 20% of my corporate employees to save 30% of the costs? MK screwed up buying CCE for $15B and now a lot of long-term loyal employees are paying the price while he sits there collecting the chairman's pay.

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True #Gold Post:

Run! I have no doubt a legal issue or class action will arise on age discrimination and how these "assessments" were handled, all subjective by the manager/director. Yet those are the ones that are highly paid and need to be let go. They keep their safety net near regardless if one is competent or not. They have people that did not get impacted and had poor performance reviews and coaches... this is fair how?

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