job at Frito was a learning experience everyday. No day was the same. A typical day was long hours, hard and fast paced. But at the end of the day, u felt a positive feeling. Management was tricky to work with. But as long as u communicated with them, there never was a problem. I felt, even if i didn't agree, there way was the best to do first. Experience taught me that mgmt. is in that position because they earned it. As a trainner, i was pretty picky. I believed in showing then working with new people to help them not only to produce but also to feel good about themselves. Hardest part of the job was working with mgmt of stores. As a vendor, we were looked down on. Just part of there process. After building a repore with them, they slacked off and knew they were going to be satisfied to where they wouldn't even check our work. The best thing i liked about the job was building relationships. Also u had to work independently. So the responsibility was on you. You would get a feeling as u owned the route. Oncw you trained new people and you got to see them succeed, it was like the next generation you had alot to do with.
Retiring after 17 years was rough. But i still feel like i haven't left, as i still converse with alot of friends there.
Healthcare(medical, dental, vision) for family.