Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Keurig Dr Pepper, formerly Keurig Green Mountain (2014–2018) and originally Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (1981–2014), is a publicly traded American beverage and beverage-maker conglomerate with headquarters in Burlington, Massachusetts. Its east-coast division sells coffee and other beverages, and Keurig brewers. As of July 2018, the newly merged conglomerate also sells sodas, juices, and other soft drinks via its Dr Pepper Snapple (also called Dr. Pepper/7up Inc.) division based in Texas.
On September 2020 a employee wrote for indeed about how is working at Keurig Dr Pepper, he expressed that is a chaotic work environment: There's no communication at this company. For just one example, there have been management changes that my position has not been informed of. I have to hear through word of mouth from other workers. If I had a need to talk to management I might call someone who used to be my manager but is now in another position or no longer with the company.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"Be prepared to be treated like garbage. Overworked. Got kids or health issues ? Company could care less. Pay sucks. Supervisors are your biggest trash talkers.Leaving workAll of it."
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"all you do is watch the machines and keep it moving if the machine breaks down they have you fix the problem as fast as you can to keep the productions going"
Coffee Prosing Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Management does not care about the employees at all. They have let go of over 100 employees this years so far. They keep taking benefits away from the employees and making there jobs harder.Nothing.Everything"
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"Not going to write a long essay the title says it all their interest is in feel good nut bag politics rather than actual work production and value of talent. If you're a hard worker that wants to climb a ladder the old-fashioned way this is not the place to be you will pull your hair out.pay was okay for the job performedmindless repetitive tedious work that they tried to color with a Kumbaya attitude"
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"The job is great , coworkers are all close on all shifts but the most confusing thing is they have temps that work there 6 months and choose to go out and hire new employees off the street (why ) after 6 months temps are trained and work without assistance. Then they bring in a permanent new hire and they have to be trained all over again .Continuous trainingNo communication from HR and upper management"
Machine Operator and Inventory specialist (Former Employee) says"You learn how to run mdern machine/robots. good benifits. Job security is not to good nor managment. A lot of favoritism. Most enjoyable part of the job is its only 8 hrs a day Monday through Friday"
Driver Supervisor (Former Employee) says"you are not treated treated like a real person.They think everyone is stealing from them"
Machine Operator Trainer (Current Employee) says"No decision is thought out. It's all shot gun decisions that only make it harder on the employees. They take a benefit away every year. They only care about making money not the people. The health insurance has a huge deductible and is horrible if you get sick for coverage."
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"unhealthy and hostile work environment, too much drama. management favors certain employees over others."
Corporate Process Equipment Engineer (Former Employee) says"The company employees are afraid to make decisions that can be crucial to deadlines and profits. Vermont offers little in other companies that can challenge GMC wages.Free coffeeToo many to mention"
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"GMCR has focused more on the growth of the company instead of the welfare of it's employees. It has seen many changes over the past few years, not many for the good.Great benefitsLong hours on your feet on a concrete floor, short handed, uncomfortable temps inside during the summer."
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"The shifts are 12 hours and run on a 3 week rotating schedule. It's not the ideal job and is very physical. The management and leadership are in desperate need of learning people skills and scheduling practices.free coffeerotating schedule"
Machinist (Former Employee) says"Nice place to work. Easy jobs there. Poor management. However they do not promote the person with the most skills for the job. Promotions are based on favorites.Friendly place to workDoes not promote based on skill set."
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"Co workers are awesome however the management in Windsor is horrible. They lack communication essentials. This is a Extremely disorganized place to work.Free beveragesHorrible Management"
QC Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"Be positive and cordial with everyone you come in contact with. Do like you were taught in the past. If you can not say nothing nice about someone then keep it to yourself.BenifitsLong work hours"
Tech 3 (Former Employee) says"This company was a great place to work until 10 years ago. Now it its all about the numbers, not the employees. I found that managers did not back there employees. hardest part of the jobs was running for 12 hours a day keeping the line running, enjoyable part was working with the employees not the managers"
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"I only took the job at GMCR, because I needed more money and benefits. I can honestly say thats the only reason why Im still there. We work way too long hours for the work we do!! My opinion we should only work 8 hour days Mon-Fri like most food manufacturing plants in our area, and the weekend should be strictly for overtime. My children are involved in sports, so I miss EVERY game due to me working EVERY Saturday. The Windsor plant change rules and policies without informing the employees, there is alot of favoritism and a lack equality. There is NO job advancement unless you are a favorite!They love to feed usWork long hours, no time to spend with family, not enough money"
Maintenance Technician Supervisor (Current Employee) says"The company has a history built on a good culture but it has been lost at the Windsor, VA site.health carecommunication, shifts, pay"
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"management is poor and does not care about employees pay not very good health insurance ok branch manager very bad at his job likes to down people in front of their co workers"
Facilities Maintenance Manager (Former Employee) says"very political enviornment. not out to take care of its employees any longer. not a Vermont company any longer and taking away so many benefits that they used to have"
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