Coors are highly disciplined and systematic in how they categorise their products and also how each category of products is managed in terms of storage etc etc. This means they are effective strategically – they have even won awards for how they organise product categories and all the unit spaces as well
They don't manage Joint Ventures as well as they manage their stock, eg: closed ranks to the contractors brought in to help with projects and retail opportunities.
Not enough information circulating round the organisation with regard to the status of projects and developments, especially strange when this is about the big projects like a joint venture.
The people at work tend to be really fun, and the company hires such people to work in what is a demanding but fun industry. The benefits are good. Flexible working hours, good workplace atmosphere. Mostly, working in the beer industry is a lot of fun and hardly ever boring.
The pay isnt great, the company has no policy or inclination to allow employees to grow from the inside and promote them up the ranks, youre more likely to get a promotion leaving the company and coming back with more beef on your resume.
The beer industry is a lot of fun.