MEM Scheduler/Administrator (Former Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – October 20, 2016
A typical day at Pepsi Co consisted of closing out equipment moves from the previous day and calling customers to schedule the equipment install or pick up for two days out. I learned that customer contact is very helpful and the customer appreciates the information given. The management was helpful with any issues or problems that may arise. My co-worker were always helpful and worked as a team to get the job done. The hardest part of the day may have been not being able to get in touch with the customer to notify them of the equipment moves. I enjoyed everything about this job, the people were great to work with.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Northeast Pa (New Bern) – October 20, 2016
Beware stay away only for new drivers or drivers needing a redemption ( DUI accidents) other than that stay away training routes are a joke 15 stops 700 case count is not for a trainee they try to push a ton of volume in one day over a million cases pushed the week of labor day absurd
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 19, 2016
Typical day servicing between 5 to 6 large grocery stores with the Pepsi product. Cleaning the back room and sorting all left over product. enjoyable part was that I was out on my route alone with no supervision.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – October 19, 2016
I was doing good when I got there then they had me doing things that I was never trained on temp put me in a blind spot cause to Pepsi I was there filling in a mans spot then they got me away so I really never got the time to enjoy my job like I did when I first came in.
Pepsi is a excellent company to work for just seeking change
loader (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – October 17, 2016
I love my job. Pepsi have taught me a lot actually mold me into the exceptional employee i am today.My current manger is is exceptional i have nothing bad to say about him by far the best i have had in all my years of employment.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Buena Park, CA – October 15, 2016
A typical day at Pepsi is high pressure, with only 20 call agents and over 1500 calls coming into the call center, times were busy. On the slow times though, it was always great fun. Pepsi has such a positive environment where it doesn't even feel like "work" per say. Everyone was always professional but we all got along really well. Our supervisor was more than willing to help with any issues and my co-workers were all willing to help when someone had an issue to deal with.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Colorado – October 15, 2016
Amazing supervisors. They make sure you have the right tools to do your work and also help guide you to on how to move up in the company. They are always looking for hardworking and very motivated people to join their workforce. It is a very good place to work at.
Warehouse Worker/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 14, 2016
Main supervisors were very helpful and cool to work with. Was fast paced work but given breaks and a lunch period. The most remarkable part of the job competition was between workers. Always trying to see who can
I worked here for two and a half years, they want so much out of you but are not willing to help when you ask for it. Again, good job, bad management. Keep your head down, don't talk to anyone and don't do your job like you think you should, cut corners and your be just fine.
Good benefits, great to to outside and not have a boss looking over your shoulder.
They work you to death, dare you to complain, the boss that is there to him all employees are all mechanical problems that can be replaced.
Relief driver (Former Employee) – Nampa, ID – October 13, 2016
If you you read all these reviews of all the bad then they are telling you the truth. Long hours hard work for the pay no appreciation for giving 100 percent. No respect no trust. They have there favorites and there butt kissers. Look else where.
Worst place to work! I've been employed there for 3 years now, was given a full time position and it was taken 3 months later. Have a family of 4 and can't even give me more than 20 hours a week. I still pay into the union when I'm not union. They do not care for their employees what so ever.