RSR (Current Employee) – Williamsport, MD – February 10, 2016
Overall a good job. The pay and benefits are great. My only complaint at all is that the hours and schedules make for a complicated home life. You will work holidays and weekends. An average week is 50hours and the day starts at 3am.
DATA ENTRY (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – February 10, 2016
Handled multifaceted clerical tasks (Data Entry, Filling, Records Management and Billing) as the Assistants to the Director, coordinated travel arrangements, maintained database and ensured the delivery of premium service to students.
routesales (Former Employee) – Nortbrook Ilinois – February 8, 2016
typical day was a 10 to 12 hour day. Serving my route and customers interacting with managers on a daily basis.Learned to work together with my co workers and bosses. Hardest part of my job was pulling my handcart thru the snow into the store..Most enjoyable part of my day was seeing all the people on my route then going back to work and talking to all my co-workers. The overall feeling that i had a good day and made money.
Shipping/Packer (Former Employee) – Wooster, OH – February 8, 2016
Every job is labor intensive and you get a work out! Not a bad place to work and the people are pretty good!! Start off as a temporary employee until and if they want to hire you as a full time employee. They have the option to let you go after 1500 hrs. If your not hired full time after that, your time of 1500 hrs, starts all over again.
trucks need a lot of work done to them. there not in the best of shape
Route/Sales (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – February 6, 2016
I liked what i was doing. I worked 14 hour days it was very long days. The other employees where so nice to one enother. I really like all of the learning there was to do the instructors where a blast to work with. the Management didn't talk to much to some of the employees. the hardest thing about working there was trying to drive some of the beet up trucks that they had.
adequate pay, zero advancement or career development opportunity
maintenance technician / site expert trainer (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, AR – February 5, 2016
Great group of co-workers. Management consisted of mostly new college graduates with no experience or skill in doing the tasks assigned to their personnel. There is no career development. i was told numerous times i would be sent to requested training with no results due to the fact that i already posessed the skills required to do controls tasks. i explained that it would be beneficial to the company if i learn more effecient ways to utilize my skills.
i got to work on some challenging problems which i highly enjoy, great group of co-workers with diverse experience
No career development, no first shift position in the 14 years worked
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Pueblo Co. – February 5, 2016
Willing to do what ever it takes to get the Job done ! Good Co.Start at 3am cover my stores usually off by noon .Management was very helpful all employees got along well, everyone one was willing to help each other to get the job done .
material handler (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – February 5, 2016
You will work 70 to 80 hours a week and get paid well for it, just don't expect to spend time with your family. Management is professional, but doesn't listen to employees. Equipment issues are abundant since the company won't fix anything beyond putting a band-aid on it. Won't hire from within
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Frankfort, IN – February 4, 2016
The work can be demanding, but very manageable once acclimated. Management is very interested in associates views and day to day work. Associates help each other to further a supportive work environment.
District Sales Leader (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – February 3, 2016
A typical day at Frito Lay involved talking with my Route Sales Reps before they went to their account. I would visit their accounts to update managers on special promotions, and to make sure that the Reps were doing their jobs the 'Frito Lay Way.' I learned that no two accounts/decision-makers will be alike, so being a person o many hats is crucial at a job like this one. My managers and coworkers were very supportive. The hardest part of my job were the long hours. You had to really 'work smarter and not harder' in order to have that work/quality of life balance. The most enjoyable part of my job was that is was never boring. Everyday was a new adventure
Equipment Specialist (Current Employee) – Country Club Hills, IL – January 29, 2016
Organized set days, Planning weekly goals and expectations and executing them in a timely fashion. I help assist different districts in the southern suburban area with building equipment, organizing trailers outside, sorting good and damaged fixtures outside, operating forklifts, and even helping on sales routes. Team Work!
Route Sale Representative (Current Employee) – Lubbock, TX – January 21, 2016
You will learn a lot about sales and merchandising. You have little supervision and basically work on your own unless your not hitting plan then you'll hear from your DSL. You rarely see you co-workers except at meetings. "Its just chips, how hard can it be?" lol You'll know after the first week if your gonna make it. If you ever decide to call in be prepared to hear thats not an option. As of now pay is good but not for long. We will soon be put on a new pay system that will take away our commision and pay us salary with a bonus if we hit our numbers, which we rarely hit now. Expect to go in at 3AM. When you are new expect to work around 55 plus hours a week (we don't receive OT, its called VROT and its only a few bucks an hour) plus weekends. You'll be so exhausted after work you will no longer ave energy to do anything outside of work. Your safety is put on the back burner to chase the numbers. Once we were towed out of the yard when we had a blizzard with 2ft of snow on the ground. Be prepared to work no matter the weather outside. You're told if you don't feel safe out on the road don't come in but if you don't show you're abandoning your job. Also, you will receive little to no recognition for the job you do. We were number 1 in the nation in sales last year and instead of a team celebration management voted instead to take their families to Vegas. Most enjoyable part of this job is clocking out!!!