Community Coffee – Port Allen, LA
• Monitors processes from receipt of green coffee to delivery of a quality product to the packaging department. • Must be able to fully operate at… Community Coffee
Community Coffee – Baton Rouge, LA
• Procures state required certificates of title and arranges for registrations and state inspections through location supervisors. • Creates… Community Coffee
I have been working at Community Coffee full-time
Free coffee Fair market value pay
Do not fall prey to the well know company name. As many other reviewers said, Home Office and its management have problems. Your level of success in Home Office is directly related to your department. Some folks are promoted in a choice department in less than a year and given big manager titles, but be sure that you are hired in that one department, otherwise, you have no career opportunities. Home Office is a very stuffy atmosphere with tension and unhappy co-workers. Requires a lot of game playing to be recognized. Do not let their "values" fool you because they are not about their people. Hard to contribute to your job because you are always told what to do and your opinions does NOT matter. Oh, and the stupid rules from no snacks at your desk to no open toe sandals in the summer adds to more control. The managers go to a week long trip to the beach each year on the guise of team building while the folks doing the day to day jobs sit at the office with no recognition. They are losing too many good employees and recruiting out of town folks because the workforce in Baton Rouge knows about their bad work reputation.
Advice to Management
Do not put together a "value" system when it is not being lived. Employees do matter. Take a look at your senior managers. Some are there for their selfish gain. I love and grew up on the coffee, but have lost respect for the company.