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Account Manager Relief


- In connection with a sales call, maintain appropriate inventory levels, maintain company assets and point of sale, ensure account meets Company… Glassdoor

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Account Manager Relief - New Brunswick Territory


- High School or GED (General Education Diploma) required - Bachelor Degree/3-4 Yr College - Univ. Degree preferred - 1+ years of general work… Glassdoor

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    Coca-Cola Refreshments....think before you apply

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    Current Employee - Account Management  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Account Management in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at Coca-Cola Company full-time for more than 10 years


    Very disciplined
    Clearly defined structure


    Unrealistic expectations
    Constant criticism
    Bad management
    No work life balance

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    Expect to be criticized constantly working for coca-cola refreshments. Expect no support from you manager, leaders who don't acknowledge facts and reality, managers who don't listen to their employees, more objectives and work than possible to complete, leaders who have no idea what they are doing, poor morale, high stress, and co-workers who don't trust each other and try to use you. Also your compensation (with jobs that have a yearly bonus) can change constantly at the will of a manager, using the overall company's performance to reduce pay, and keep you in your position if you try to move to something else. For proof, just ask people how long they have been in the same job. They will say YEARS. If you jump on, be ready to get overworked and be miserable. You've been warned

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