Lead/Checker (Current Employee), Columbia, SC – April 9, 2014
Pros: job security
The hardest part of this job is my Management. I really feel like they over look those who come forth with new ideas and a since of change in a good way, for those who share the " buddy system" with them.
Hired as a relief driver but the routes are not there as told.
Relief Driver (Current Employee), Jedburg, SC – April 5, 2014
Cons: everything else
You want to pay a a CDL Class A driver $12.50 per hour and you get what you get. A apathetic attitude looking for the first opportunity to jump ship. The benefits are awesome but the driver retention attitude is a " who cares" approach.,.
Merchandiser (Current Employee), Tallahassee,Fl – April 1, 2014
Typical work day start at 4am I check my load for today and head out to my first stop and start working. While working at Pepsi Cola I learn a lot far as how to place an order for my store and talking with management to get display. The management is pretty good they help out when we are short and they are good at listen to what going on and working – more... on fixing the problem. – less
Key Account Manager (Current Employee), Aliso Viejo, CA – March 26, 2014
Many moving pieces and specific skills required to manage job responsibilities. Long days, decent amount of travel time, many meetings and conferece calls, and ongoing day to day challenges both on the business side and the customer side. Great coworkers and solid management. Hardest part of the job is the demad and expectations with the overwhelming – more... workload and constantly changing deadlines. Love the level of responsibility and the relationships built both internally and externally, as well as the knowledge and skills acquired. – less
Driver/Merchandiser (Former Employee), Pleasant Prairie, WI – March 25, 2014
Pros: good pay, good benefits
Cons: made you feel like u were just a number, not a person
For the most part I did enjoy this job especially when I got my own permenant route and I got to know a lot of my customers on some what of a personal level. The biggest problem I had with this job was that working for such a large company, I got to feel more like just a number on a piece of paper rather than a valued employee.