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9 days ago

Customer Service Representative

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Ontario, CA

Please apply directly at • Schedule customer delivery appointments and pickup appointments • Respond to customer… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

9 days ago

Receiving Associate

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Missouri City, TX +2 locations

• Receive all inbound orders: spring water, resin, corrugated materials, film, labels, UPS deliveries, Federal Express deliveries, water transfer… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

10 days ago


Niagara Bottling, Inc. Ontario, CA

+++THIS POSITION IS REMOTELY BASED+++ This role requires strong recruiting and sourcing acumen to provide a consistent high quality pipeline of… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

9 days ago

Production Supervisor

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Stockton, CA +3 locations

• Analyzes work orders to estimate worker hours and create production schedules that meet both internal and external needs. Establishes or adjusts… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

10 days ago

Dock Coordinator

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Missouri City, TX +3 locations

• Correct LGV errors • Inspect Trailers • Monitor Loads • Air Bag Loads • Clear up blocked locations in WMS • Monitor tablet for… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

10 days ago

IT Oracle-Agile Analyst

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Ontario, CA

The IT analyst will work within the IT Team to support the overall system/ network needs of both Niagara’s corporate office and factories… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

10 days ago

Forklift Operator Lead

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Ontario, CA +2 locations

• Ensures all Niagara assets are in working order and inspected daily. This includes forklifts and Intermec equipment. • Trains others on… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

10 days ago

Parts Room Associate

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Phoenix, AZ

• Maintain supplies database by inputting receipts, disbursements and returns. • Maintain stocked items by verifying inventory; placing orders… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

10 days ago

Planning Supervisor - After Hours

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Ontario, CA

within the planning department for Afterhours planning support (2nd & 3rd Shift). • Ability to interview, select, hire… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

21 days ago

Assistant Plant Manager

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Ontario, CA

• Responsible for plant production goals. • Responsible for maintenance planning and execution for the plant. • Direct and coordinate… Niagara Bottling, Inc.

Niagara Bottling Reviews

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Andy Peykoff II
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    Fast-paced environment with steep learning curve

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    Former Employee - Corporate - Analyst in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Corporate - Analyst in Los Angeles, CA
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    I worked at Niagara Bottling (Less than a year)


    1) Steep learning curve, no shortage of projects to choose from. If you're a doer, this is the place that will let you do a lot very quickly. 2) Great if you are entry-level and trying to build experience. Lots of learning opportunities - by this I mean the variety of projects, not the training. There is no training here. 3) Energetic environment. Never a boring day. 4) All you can drink water, vita-rain, coffee, tea. 5) Fast growing. Job stability. 6) Cool people when you don't have any conflict of interest with them (see "Politics" in the cons)


    1) Selective meritocracy. What other reviews say about needing to be in the "inner circle" for career progression is true. If your manager isn't in the inner circle either, you'll never advance. 2) Unequal opportunity. If you are a white male, you're going to have a significantly easier time here with career advancement. 3) Stinginess. The company gets an increase in profit this year. You work your tail off, bring good results, your superiors give you an outstanding performance review. And then rewards you with a 3% raise, no bonus, no promotion, and expects you to work hard another year? NOPE, I don't have time for that 4) Politics. Paranoid managers pushing their own agenda, hiding information from other departments, selectively sharing information only to other managers who help push their agenda... at the expense of transparency and what's best for the company. Come on people, this is a family business, not House of Cards

    Advice to Management

    1) Enforce an equal opportunity meritocratic system. Your turnover is terrible because there's no logic behind how you promote. 2) But for raises, don't be equal. For good people, reward them better than 3%. 3% is not a merit raise. It is an inflation raise. 3) Don't boast about your profit and thank your employees verbally, then give no year end bonuses. It's not a good look. 4) Having an inner circle and a non-meritocratic system creates company politics. 5) Encourage transparency and information sharing among managers. It's incredibly frustrating how they try to hide as much info from each other as possible when cross-departmental sharing can only be good for the company. What's the point in investing so much in data analytics if every department hogs their own data?

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