Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) – Marion, IL – January 28, 2014
Place is ridiculously stupid to work for. You get a write up for working overtime. got fired for breaking something while installing it. drivers tear up these trucks way worse than what i did and they never get wrote up. Just plain stupid company to work for.
Warehouse Person (Former Employee) – Moundsville, WV 26041 – October 14, 2017
It was a decent job, decent pay, very, very physically demanding. Not much chance of advancement, the only incentive was your pay check. Management was lack luster.The benefits weren't really that great. Extremely hot during summer months.
Swing Sales Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Maine – October 13, 2017
The work life balance is terrible, especially during the summer. Long days, and working the weekends is tough, especially if you are trying to have a life outside of work. Good money but tough to have a personal life.
Customer Service/Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – October 13, 2017
Taking calls from customers when their fountain unit needed to be repaired. Following up on technicians to see if the customer was satisfied with work performed. Management changed a lot in the 3 years I was there no consistency. They were very different in styles of management. Shifts constantly changed as to needs of the customers. They tried to make the work place fun and had a lot of awards and competition. It was fun to learn the mechanics of the fountain machines and how to repair them. They had a room with every kind of fountain unit made so that you could walk person on the phone through troubleshooting to see if you could fix the problem over the phone. Then they moved the call center to North Carolina and I was laid off.
Many awards, people that I worked with, lots of activities
Management changes constantly with different types of managing styles
Senior Program Manager (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – October 13, 2017
Great place to work overall. While it is competitive and requires much of you, the experience is very valuable. There is some work life balance and work from home. Compensation is better than most and the benefits while expensive are far better than other organizations.
Warehouse Person (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 12, 2017
A typical day at Pepsi going in must have your mindset prepared to work with a sense of urgency. I've learned that you gotta have an attitude of gratitude in order to accomplish your daily goals. Management is okay..so so! The culture of the workplace seemed to be on mixed views. the thing I really enjoyed about Pepsi was the entry level rate of pay. They've paid well!
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Northern Kentucky – October 12, 2017
Pepsi was easily the hardest job I've ever had. The work was unending and tough on the body. Tear down and rebuild whole skids of soda which some cases were 30 plus pounds. You will work every weekend and nearly every holiday. You'll work around shoppers who have zero respect for you. You work alone mostly so get use to talking to yourself. It is the only job I ever worked where I witnessed a grown man sit and cry cause the work was just to much.
The pay was decent on 2nd shift with mileage
No breaks, back breaking work, no support from coworkers
there are different positions in the warehouse that are great for advancement within the business and others not so much with alot of who ilike more tha who can get the job done advancement oppourtunity's going on
Bottling Company Transport Supervisor Denver CO (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – October 11, 2017
It was an honor to work for such a High level company . The high energy level and team work are the most memorable. I will always be grateful and HOPE there may be a Transportation Position open in the Future at the Riverside Ca location.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 10, 2017
I was very unhappy with Pepsi. A lot of wear and tear on my vehicle. I was a merchandiser and I traveled a hour every morning to my first location. I explained to management that this was unaccapetable and they did nothing about it. I asked for closer stores to work and they did nothing about it. They don't care about you!
Lead Laboratory Technician (Current Employee) – Mesquite, TX – October 10, 2017
In the beginning the job was great but over ther years with new management coming in it seem that the only concern was to hit the numbers and as far as the employees the morale continues to drop week by week
no chance of advancement and cutting hours all the time
Full service vender (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – October 10, 2017
I did this job !!! Manager transferred from sales thinks if you tell him your out of date tech is malfunctioning you are making excuses. You must deliver to 95% of the machines on you schedule ever day . The route has been neglected and machines are full of out of day product. So you take it out , put all new in . And take All out of date back to truck .Three jobs, not one . I was working 14 hours a day and driving 30 mins!!! Pays good. But you earn ever penny putting up with the bull. Good luck to the person who gets this job . Pepsico is good . Just not full service.