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Warehouse Attendant – new

Community Coffee Company Houston, TX

Now Hiring for a Warehouse Attendant in Houston, TX. Please apply on line at if you are interested. We offer great pay and… Community Coffee Company

2 days ago

Coffee Service Route Sales Representative – new

Community Coffee Dallas, TX

• Drives vehicle to sell and deliver products, equipment and supplies to customer to achieve financial targets for route profitability • Records… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Account Executive

Community Coffee Jacksonville, FL

• Develops prospect list from business directories, trade associations and all other available sources. Methods of prospecting will include… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Sales Specialist – new

Community Coffee New Orleans, LA

• Acquires new business by identifying, making cold calls and presentations to prospective customers • Regularly calls upon accounts to build… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Talent Development Specialist – new

Community Coffee Baton Rouge, LA

We are searching for a Talent Development Specialist who will be responsible for leading and enhancing continuous learning efforts within Community… Glassdoor

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Matt Saurage
6 Ratings

    Major turnover in management at the plant.

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    Former Employee - Team Supervisor/Manager in Port Allen, LA
    Former Employee - Team Supervisor/Manager in Port Allen, LA

    I worked at Community Coffee full-time (more than 3 years)


    Free coffee and tea. Compensation package was decent for the salaried positions, not so much for hourly personnel (con). I do not believe I can come up with anything else.


    Everything else. Work life balance was deplorable. Managers at the plant are working 14+ hours per day doing front line supervisor work because they cannot keep anyone there. There have over 12 plant managers in the Port Allen, LA plant in the past 10 years. Two of the current managers in house left the company (fired, quit or ran out gas) and were brought back because they cannot find anyone else willing put up with such horrendous conditions. The home office in Baton Rouge seems to be annoyed that they have to put up with the plant and have as little to do with it as possible. It is unfortunate, as they do have a superior product. I have friends in sales and they are happy. This review is strictly for the employment at the Port Allen, LA plant. What I have listed should be more than enough red flags for anyone considering employment at the plant.

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    There is no attention or interest given to the plant. The management turnover is deplorable.

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