Was hired on as a "management trainee". I later understood this was a way of monitoring new hires to see if they would buy into the hostile, unethical, (probably illegal) and disfunctional Pepsi MidAmerica regime. Turnover there was the worse I have ever seen. 17 people quit in one day; just walked out. No one saw this as unusual.
Unless you want to be a robot, not to think for yourself, take initiative, question anything, or follow rules that make not sense, DO NOT take a job a PEPSI MIDAMERICA!. (This is not the same as Pepsi in other areas of the country.)
My professional career included 35 years of long term, upper-level management positions with a high degree of responsibility. But, Pepsi MidAmerica determined after just a few days that I was not a "good match" for their company. Reasons given: I took short breaks on occasion to call Dr.s offices to arrange appointments. I occasionally took 5 minute breaks to get coffee or soda from the break room. I was once 5 minutes late coming back from lunch (which I later made up.) In the hiring interview, I told them I needed training in a certain area. I was never provided with training for specific skills, but was told I did not have these skills as a reason for termination.
Co-workers were great, worked very hard, but under a great deal of stress and had no respect for their supervisors, managers or the company. It was not unusual to see coworkers in my training area crying because of the maltreatment and stress. When questioned about unethical practices, no one could tell me why things were done as they were and it was obvious no one dared to question those practices.
Pepsi MidAmerica has a terrible reputation in Marion, because of their long-term abuse of employees. My brief experience there showed me why no one stays there very long.