Comparative Human Resource Analysis : Coca Cola And Pepsico

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Comparative Human Resource Analysis: Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.
Abhiram Satyadev
Goldey Beacom College
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02/16/2017

Table of Contents
1. Competition for Employees………………………..……………………………….3
2. Compensation of Employees………………………………………………………..4
3. Legislation Concerning Employees.………………………………………………...5
4. Human Relations Discussion………………………………………………………..6
5. Conclusions………….………………………………………………………………7
6. References……………………………………………………………………………8

Comparative Human Resource Analysis: Coca-Cola v/s PepsiCo.

INTRODUCTION
Human Resources constitute as one of the most imperative components of any organization, be it small scale business or a large conglomerate. Some of the key functions of the Human
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Fast Pitch was created by the company’s internal innovation group PepsiCo Creator, launched last year. PepsiCo North America CMO Seth Kaufman said that the goal was to inspire a culture of rapid experimentation, improving the company 's overall agility in idea development, and to foster a culture that will attract the best talent possible.
Coca-Cola believes and implements that open communication is the key to effectively solicit and leverage innovative ideas amongst its workforce. For example, global associates and bottling partners have contributed ideas to major initiatives, such as the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games activation. Employee input has been a key ingredient to the Company 's Mission, Vision & Values. Another example of Coca-Cola’s regular dialogue with their associates is their global Employee Insights Survey. In 2010, the results of the global Employee Insights Survey showed improvement across almost all survey categories, including an 84% associate engagement score -- a two- point increase over 2008.
2. COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES
Both companies, PepsiCo. and Coca-Cola provide good comprehensive compensation plan to their employees covering the following fundamental benefits:
a. Health and Insurance
b. Wellness
c. Retirement
d. Work/Life Balance The extent of the provisions included in each of these key benefits varies considerably between the two companies. For example, under Health and

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