Working at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa: Company Overview and Reviews

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa
124 reviews
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Ratings
Average rating of 124 reviews on Indeed
3,7Work-Life Balance
3,9Pay & Benefits
3,5Job Security & Advancement
5,001 to 10,000
Food and Beverages

Popular jobs at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa

 Average SalarySalary Range
1 salary reported
R9 500
per month
R4 700-R15 000
1 salary reported
R8 500
per month
R4 200-R13 000
2 salaries reported
R14 175
per month
R7 000-R22 000
1 salary reported
R25 000
per month
R12 000-R38 000
3 salaries reported
R11 167
per month
R800-R26 000
Salary Satisfaction
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 319 reviews

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Reviews

Overall Reviews at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa

Production Operator | Bloemfontein, Free State | 28 May 2018
not compensated enough
not happy with treatment towards people we are not treated equally ,white people always take first preference in this company ,we black people are always taken for granted for what we do.
Truck Driver | Bloemfontein, Free State | 20 Dec 2016
Left to work for myself.
In 1990 i was promoted to Sales Representative and resigned to work for myself. I am still fit to drive and work extra hours. My health status is still good.l can still drive 12 hours a day and flexible.
ProsOwn lunch
ConsLong hours
Credit Controller | Bloemfontein, Free State | 29 Dec 2016
Fun company to work for.
Time efficient very important towards this company, deadlines are to be met at all cost at all time. Working under pressure is key and makes this done
Process Operator | Bloemfontein, Free State | 22 May 2019
Productive, educational and enjoyable
The production is the main in the Ccbsa, even during off peak seasons there are still demands. Learning while working, passing the knowledge to others.
ProsEnough rest days
ConsUnstable working patterns
Controller | Bloemfontein, Free State | 23 Sep 2019
I would like to see some rotation of shift
I loved working there it's a challenging place to work for, day and night but the night was the toughes. But i wo t mind working there again, it keeps you optimistic as it has a lot of career within. We are all managers, act like shareholders.
Account Manager | Bloemfontein, Free State | 06 Sep 2019
Good company with great challenges.
Now with the sugar tax thats implemented the company in SA is battling, putting alot of pressure on the company and they then divert that pressure on to the employees for little to none reward.
Merchandiser | Bloemfontein, Free State | 22 Oct 2019
A very good and respectable company with the great benefits and a well dedicated and hard working staff members. A productive company making sure that certain priorities and goals are met. One enjoyed working for this company and I'd like to work more with it going forward

Questions And Answers about Coca-Cola Beverages Africa

Does Coca-Cola Beverages Africa require background check? What kind of background check does Coca-Cola Beverages Africa do and how long does Coca-Cola Beverages Africa take to complete a background check?
Asked 29 Mar 2017
Yes on all prospective employee,eg education, criminal records,it takes a a week
Answered 06 May 2021
Qualifications and reference
Answered 11 Sep 2019
What is the interview process like at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa?
Asked 25 Apr 2018
Skills and experience
Answered 11 Sep 2019
Job related questions are asked and personal related questions to ensure balance of personal and work life. Professional questions too.
Answered 26 Mar 2019
What qualification you must have in order to get a job?
Asked 02 Mar 2019
Driver's license
Answered 11 Sep 2019
It depends to a post which you applied for
Answered 21 Aug 2019
What are the working hours at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa?
Asked 14 Feb 2018
From 8am-4pm And we are able to work on extra hours
Answered 23 Jan 2019
Flexi Hours is allowed. 8 Hrs per day
Answered 25 Apr 2018
What are the perks offered by Coca-Cola Beverages Africa?
Asked 27 Nov 2017
Career growth
Answered 12 Feb 2019
Shift allowance, free transport during after hours, subsidiced food, safety shoes and induction so you can understand how things are running in their plant so you can be save at all times
Answered 19 Jan 2019