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Frito-Lay United States Employee Reviews

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Good place to while attending college
Sales Warehouser (Current Employee), Evansville, INMarch 14, 2015
Good compensation for a working college student. Fun place to work full-time or part-time. Helped me be prepared for other careers.
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It was a hard and slave driving place
Order puller (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMarch 12, 2015
The job was not worth the money that they were willing to pay you,the higher ups were always in the way and making everything harder,the people you worked with were cool but didn't really get to know them. There was no enjoyable part of that job.
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regular factory job
Packer (Former Employee), Beloit, WIMarch 12, 2015
they take on the job training very seriously. its a really fast paste job and a re friendly place to work. co-workers are nice and very helpful. the hardest part about this job is being on call every day with no real set work week
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Route Sales Representative
ROUTE SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee), Nashville,TnMarch 12, 2015
Pros: free drinks
Cons: helathcare
Operated route sales vehicles And forklift Operator
o Delivered product to small format and large format retail customers
o Merchandized and rotated product on the shelves of stores
o Utilized optimal suggested ordering system to generate shipments
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Route Sales
Route Sales (Former Employee), El Centro, CAMarch 7, 2015
Delivered and merchandised customer orders. Set us displays and did resets in assigned stores. Heavy ordering and recording customer’s demand.
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A very interesting job!
Route Sales (Current Employee), Raleigh DivisionMarch 7, 2015
Pros: selling category leading products
Cons: could be very challenging at times.
I enjoyed interacting with cultures from around the world while providing a world leading product. I had control of my day with lots of flexibility.
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no micro managing capable of working independent
Detail Merchandiser/Marketing (Current Employee), Queens, NYMarch 5, 2015
Cons: lack of communication from management
communication needs to be better coming from management, however overall great company allow you to work independently and not be micro managed.
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do NOT work here!
Warehouse (Former Employee), Federal Way, WAMarch 5, 2015
Pros: finally leaving
Cons: everything from day 1
Stay far away from frito-lay esp the federal way DC management is un fair & under educated in many levels. Threw my time there I witnessed labor laws broken & when the company was challenged &presented with the state laws, the employee presenting such information was targeted, micro managed, treated like a child, etc. While certain employees steal from the company, show up late & or intoxicated nothing is done. The typical response by management is "worry about yourself" frito lay makes many promises to employees & rarely actually makes good on them. They treat the warehouse employees like slaves long hours with no regard to any work life balance, safety is talked about but in reality safety (along with anything costing them $) is not on their priority list. At work injuries are re worded / manipulated into being the employees fault. This company treats the drivers like dogs always changing routes, spying on stores, intentionally changing the stores orders into something they never ordered. Reducing pay & stripping benefits each year. If your looking for a career then stay away from frito lay. Read the other posts about federal way. NOT one positive remark!
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Hard Work
District Sales Manager (Former Employee), Lorton, VAMarch 5, 2015
Pros: work
Cons: work
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Fast Paced fun work environment
Route Sales Representative (Current Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 4, 2015
Pros: work with little supervision.
Work with little supervision, time management skills, driving safe according to all DOT regulations. The most enjoyable
part of this job was the constant interaction with customers and consumers. The hardest part of this job was the changing schedule on a weekly basis.
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Frito-Lay was a great opportunity.
Product Safety Manager - New Facility Start-up (Former Employee), Kirkwood, NYMarch 2, 2015
Frito-Lay believed in training and developing people's skills. Frito-Lay also promoted risk taking and rewarded hard work.
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Productive and fun place to work
Production Operator (Former Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 2, 2015
Pros: good pay
Cons: mandatory overtime
Ensuring good quality product
Management was good with employees
I worked with a bunch of good people who were about the business
The hardest part of the job was the mandatory overtime
The most of the job is working as a team to accomplish one common goal.
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Productive
Route Sales Associate (Former Employee), El Monte, CAMarch 2, 2015
Pros: out selling
Cons: pay
Loading our Frito truck with product for all stores in route.Sold in extra Product in every store worked directly with Store mangers
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Productive and flexible place to work
Team Member/Team Leader (Former Employee), Lynchburg, VAFebruary 28, 2015
Typical Day of worked consisted on to do list needed to accomplished during that day. Certain amount of product was expected to be packed on a shift, so the next shift worker take over.
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Demanding
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), New Paltz, NYFebruary 27, 2015
Commissioned pay. Sell more chips, make more money. Long hours. 12 hours days 5 days a week with not weekends off. Had to drive regardless of weather conditions.
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Hard, consistent, demanding factory work
PMO, Certified Trainer, Packer (Former Employee), Modesto, CAFebruary 27, 2015
Pros: pay and advancement opportunities
Cons: everything else
The company pays well, job security and advancement opportunities are good. The main problem is the constant pressure of the work at hand. The repetitive nature of a non stop, highly stressful, always chaotic work environment has been know to lead to high stress/tension and severe depression. The plant often runs and needs most employees 7 days a week, you can't make any plans with your family.
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Great
Warehouser 1 (Current Employee), Greer, scFebruary 26, 2015
Pros: decent pay
Cons: managers
Unload and Load trucks
pick order
prep trucks
Rotate product around building
inventory on saturdays
Direct supervison except on 3rd shift
limited experince needed
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great company to learn and grow
Zone Operations Manager -Senior Resource (Former Employee), new yorkFebruary 24, 2015
A typical day at Frito Lay is one full of task and responsibilities. Everyone must do there part if the company is to grow. With different functions and groups it is important to have open communication. Because of theses factors you are enable to grow professionally and personally. You will be challenged but at the same time given the tools to succeed.
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Packer (Current Employee), Kirkwood, New YorkFebruary 23, 2015
Pros: friendly co-workers
Cons: short breaks, management
I have heard this company used to be one of the best companies in the area. A lot of changes have happened over the years through this company, not all for the positive. Management is one of the biggest problems with this company. It is almost as if there is a barrier from them to all other employees. I rated this company 3 stars which may be two stars too many. All employees are dissatisfied with their home/life, benefits, and treatment from management.
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A secure job environment
Warehouser Level 1 Associate (Current Employee), Charlotte, NCFebruary 21, 2015
Pros: benefits, pay rate, managers
Cons: hours of overtime, ft availability
The company is rewarding toward the assoc., however, it is NOT an easy ride. This IS a hard working position. OT is a guarantee. Our management team is very intelligent & open to the associate as is our facility manager.

The company appreciates volunteerism, and an associate who is eager to learn more.

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

Frito-Lay Salaries

Route Sales
$50,000 per year
Packer
$16.25 per hour
Merchandiser
$14.25 per hour
Sales Representative
$50,000 per year
Sales Leader
$68,000 per year