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expectations arent always founded in reality
rsr (Former Employee), louisville, kyJuly 29, 2014
Pros: anonymity and pay
Cons: management
i enjoyed my time with frito lay.
its a job that requires a lot of planning from the rsr aspect, and is often more work in a day than can be completed.
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strict discipline work
Temporary Packer (Former Employee), Topeka ksJuly 29, 2014
Pros: good pay and benefist
Cons: difficulty when some body needed a work permit
was an a very nice place to learn something different with a very strict discipline. i star every morning packing up the products. i learned to much on a different place a job which required a lot of attention and i learn a lot a different rule's work and i enjoyment learn something different with friendly work partners
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Tough place to work, job was always hard
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), West SacramentoJuly 28, 2014
Pros: minimal supervision
Cons: short breaks, too much to do in the time given
Start early around 4am
Service all my accounts
deliver, merchandise, and write orders
Management did the best they could with the limited resources available
Tough Job a lot of management at stores to deal with
Couldn't make everyone happy
Ongoing struggle daily
With delivery restrictions such as time windows make your job hard
Fellow employees were – more... great they understood how tough it was out there and we respected one another which was key – less
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This job was a job that was an excellent income provider.
Logistics/Lead Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Madison, ALJuly 28, 2014
Pros: the income was a very motivation part of the job.
Cons: satisfying everyone.
A typical started at 2 am and 10 to 12 hours later for 90% of the time was the time to go home. Another line of work, working with snack foods was one thing but learning how to work with so different types of attitudes was very valuable. The hardest part of the job was taking pride and putting it in your pocket and actually developing a working relationship – more... so that you can make a mark in the profession. – less
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Not so great
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Summit, ILJuly 23, 2014
Not a place to work if your a human being and have a family. Way too much work for 1 person, and it is overwhelming every day. The more hours you work, the less you make.
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Fun job
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Coon Rapids, MNJuly 23, 2014
Job was driving around and loading and unloading box vans and straight trucks, to convenience stores and supermarkets. Hours were also good.
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Not sure what to say.
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJuly 20, 2014
Pros: people were good including mgt.
Cons: stressful
Frito was ok except for, just like BAE, we were put in a position to fail everyday. We couldn't take breaks or lunches and work/life balance was horrible.
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overall
Merchandiser (Current Employee), San Jose, CAJuly 19, 2014
overall frito lay is a great place to work. compensation and benefits are outstanding, the staff and management are above the rest. the company really cares about its staff and treats everyone well.
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Friendly, social and talkative with co-workers and customers.
Sales Representative & Route Methods Expert (Current Employee), Madison, ALJuly 18, 2014
Pros: free snacks
Cons: no longer commission, pay incentive!
I'm seeking employment that will utilize my education and previous work experience to better myself. My job has taught me the in's and out's of being a salesman and what it takes to push and drive the percentage up in a competitive environment. The best part about the job is the diverse culture of people that I run into on a daily basis. Each stop is – more... always different. – less
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Workplace that offers advancements.
Production Worker (Current Employee), Decatur, GAJuly 17, 2014
A typical workday consist of using the module to pick orders for delivery. In addition to my job I learned how to complete the paperwork for the orders and restart the system if it shut down. Management was usually off by the time my shift started or just about to leave. I got along with all my co-workers they are what make the day go by. The hardest – more... part of the job is the temperature in the warehouse, when its cold its cold and when its hot its hot. The most enjoyable part of the job is the family day events that we have with the company. – less
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depends on the location
Material Handler (Former Employee), Richmond, VAJuly 16, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: no advancement opportunity
pays more than most warehousing jobs, but there is lack of advancement opportunity in the warehouse. No set time of when you will get off, no set days of when you will have off. WILL work Sundays. Must be able to work in extreme heat in the summer and extreme cold in the winter. Some sites require steel toes which will get heavy because there is no – more... sitting. There will be constant moving, and lifting. – less
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GOOD COMPANY
RSA (Former Employee), Tuscaloosa, ALJuly 16, 2014
Nice working atmosphere, overall good place to work. The hardest part of the job is the early mornings, once you get used to it then its o.k.
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Fast paced environment in which you are always on the go
Finished Goods Handler (Current Employee), Rosenberg, TXJuly 16, 2014
A typical day at work is basically a fast paced environment, we are always on the go, whether it be moving finished product to storage area or loading trailers. There are also other task that include cycle counting on a daily basis or some other type of indirect function.
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Finance, Finance, Finance
Accounting Project Specialist (Former Employee), Plano, TexasJuly 16, 2014
Pros: free samples of new products, numerous company offsite functions including 1 family included function, company time community projects
Cons: job not challenging
My job involved finance reconciliation. Very tedious, structured and unexciting!

The most enjoyable part of my job was the ability to working with Frito Lay in the community. Frito Lay encouraged their employees to be very involved in the community. The Diversity and Inclusion groups within the company help to foster a very welcoming work environment.
Frito – more... Lay also offers a flexible work life balance program that helps meet any employees needs. This worked well for me because I was a single parent. – less
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Great Place to Work
Sanitation Inspector, Safety Officer (Former Employee), Binghamton, NYJuly 13, 2014
Pros: rewards employees for great perfomances
Cons: doesn't have the best time clock system
Frito Lay is a great place to work with and excellent pay rate and a focus on the employees needs as well as the customers. Always looking to improve performance and values employee feedback.
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Decent Pay, Low Hours
Material Handler (Current Employee), Kathleen, GAJuly 12, 2014
Overall after 2 years of employment at Frito Lay and no advancement; I'm looking for another job. The hours of a part-time employee are ridiculous. According to Frito Lay, part-time employees work 29 hours per week, but rarely see 20 and the average is around 16-18. The biggest problem is shift crewing, loaders work in teams of 2. If someone calls off, – more... fails to show, the other gets sent home. – less
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Nice place to work
Warehouse order puller (Current Employee), Amarillo, TXJuly 9, 2014
Love working here. Nice clean safe work environment. Love my boss.
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Don't unless this is all you have.
Merchandiser, Delivery (Former Employee), Bloomington, MNJuly 9, 2014
Cons: no breaks, no family life
If you are ready to have no personal life then Frito Lay is for you. How some of these guys and girls have worked here for so long is beyond me. You have zero family time it feels like (unless you want to be a zombie all the time) The hours are terrible you're told 4am-12 but you will most likely work 1am to 10 11 or 12. Your days off are right in the – more... middle of the week and your weekends are all about Frito Lay. I had to multiple times work from 1am to 10 and go back in at 3pm to restock than go back in at 1am. The job sucks and Frito Lay pushes sales goals on everyone, half the drivers have no clue what they have for back stock in the stores and just keep bringing stuff in to meet their numbers. They blame stales on the merchandisers and will write you up for stale product. Even though the drivers put way to much product in the stores. Frito has to have product all over the stores so be prepared to work 10 different displays at times. They expect way too much from their employees and they give very little. Heaven forbid you need an extra day off for some personal matters because it's like pulling teeth. This Company sucks! o and last fun fact if you get hurt on the job you also get written up for some stupid BS made up reason. They all it a preventative write up because you were not in control of your body. – less
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Great company and place to work
GM/VP of Sales (Former Employee), Somerset, NJJuly 9, 2014
Awesome products and people. It was an incredible to place to work for many years until they changed their focus to cost management over revenue growth
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We had the chance to sample cookies
Quality Laboratory Specialist (Former Employee), Muncy, PAJuly 8, 2014
Many of the people that were me coworkers are no longer employed with Frito -Lay. The lab equipment was top-notch.

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About Frito-Lay

Frito-Lay is the undisputed chip champ of North America. The company makes some of the best-known and top-selling savory snacks – Read more