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What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at FRITO-LAY?

What do you like best about working at FRITO-LAY? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

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bandito

98 months ago

i made 70,000 last year. i'm a 17 year rsr driver based in honolulu. the average starting salary is about 30,000.

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ex frito in Holden, Missouri

95 months ago

Host said: What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at FRITO-LAY?

What do you like best about working at FRITO-LAY? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

im a ex frito lay RSR my first yr i made 54,000 my 2nd i made 43,000 and the yr i quit i was est. about 37,000 Frito lay is in with walmart and they dont want any rsr makeing over 35 per year Dont do if you like you free time

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Kath

95 months ago

bandito said: i made 70,000 last year. i'm a 17 year rsr driver based in honolulu. the average starting salary is about 30,000.

Any you work hoilday, weekends and probably 65 hours a week! I work for Frito for 2 years and HATED every minute of it! It is a glorified merchandising job! All the money Frito makes and they pay like crap!

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George23 in Barnhart, Missouri

90 months ago

Just wondering if anyone has worked for Frito Lay in St. Louis, MO??

How was the pay and job?

How is the interview process?

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Bosco in Orlando, Florida

84 months ago

Chips and Meat are my life - how sad.

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hostile in Winston Salem, North Carolina

75 months ago

How much is the pay for all the warehouse in North Cal region of frito lay? How does each warehouse offload containers? Is it dead stack or by pallets.

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

I use to work for Frito Lay, and that overtime you are asking about is something the guys use to call Chinese overtime. You do get paid for hours over forty, but it only amounts to like $2-3 an hour.

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fuhqu1003 in Newark, Ohio

74 months ago

gearhead69 in Grand Rapids, Michigan said: I am looking at an RSR job, they say starting salary is $37,700.
They also say the average week is 50-60 hrs. It also mentioned something about an overtime rate, variable or something like that. My question is, is the $37,700 for 40hrs and then you get some sort of overtime pay for the rest? Or is it straight $37,700 salary? Any help would be apppreciated, thanks.

Gear head, I am an RSR in columbus ohio, here u start out as a merchandiser.. 15.50 an hour 40 hours aweek 2 weeks paid vacation.. apoun hire... then if u want and u are good at merchandising for SUPERBULK u then would become an RSA which is almost an RSR its the step before.. where u would cover vacations sick days.. ect..... and they are paid 725 gross a week in columbus ... and the over time is whats know as VROT-variable rate over time.. Meaning the more u sell in a week the more your hours over 40 are worth.. but the less u sell the less they are worth and with being an rsa it will only make ur hour worth 3-5 bux an hour.. for any hour u work over 40 hours.. and if ur good and thoorough u will work over 40 ... then when u become and RSA u will be based off a commision and a base.. like my commission is 3% with a 250 base. so this week i will run over 39000 in sales so my take home will be about $1000 and since i am selling so much my hours over 40 WILL be worth 10-12 an hour... and also at frito.. there is a thing called lesser pay.. if u don;t sell one bag of chips once ur and RSR u are guranteed a 400 dollar gross so about a 300 dollar take home.... over all i like the job it is work... its deff.. hard but.. i like calling the shots and making decisions and being my own boss... to a degree.. and free chips.. i am gonna make 60 grand this year.. i hope this helped

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gearhead69 in Grand Rapids, Michigan

74 months ago

Thanks for the reply. I just had a phone interview with Frito, He said it would be about 2 or 3 more interviews if you make it that far and around 6 weeks before someone actually gets offered a job.
I don't meen to pry but is that $1000 take home a typical week for you, I understand the pay fluctuates with sales, but what would you say the average pay a week is.

Thanks again.

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gearhead69 in Grand Rapids, Michigan

74 months ago

Well I got the Sorry letter from Frito today, kind of figured seeing I have been a Tool & Die Maker for the past 14 yrs and I don't have any real recent experience in customer service/sales.
Thank you to all who answered my questions.
If anyone knows of any Tool & Die shops hiring please feel free to leave a comment for me.

Thanks again.

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

74 months ago

Ya know, I'm a guy who has been out of work since November. Those of you who whine and complain about how much you hate your job at Frito Lay or that hated it so bad when you worked there should try being unemployed for 6 freakin months and tell me you'd rather do that than work at Frito Lay. I know guys doing the RSR job here in Wooster who have done it for years and they really like it. I think those of you who complain and moan are maybe just lazy, don't really want to have to do much for your money, and are just not thankful for anything. If I should be fortunate enough to get a job as a RSR at Frito Lay you can bet your ass I'm going to be thankful for it. I wasn't raised to be a whiny unthankful little brat.

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fuhqu1003 in Newark, Ohio

74 months ago

gearhead69 in Grand Rapids, Michigan said: Well I got the Sorry letter from Frito today, kind of figured seeing I have been a Tool & Die Maker for the past 14 yrs and I don't have any real recent experience in customer service/sales.
Thank you to all who answered my questions.
If anyone knows of any Tool & Die shops hiring please feel free to leave a comment for me.

Thanks again.

try looking at pepsi merchandiser.. coke merchandiser.. get u some grocery exp... then u will be good to go... these positions will range 25-35 grand a year
good luck man its tough out there

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio said: Ya know, I'm a guy who has been out of work since November. Those of you who whine and complain about how much you hate your job at Frito Lay or that hated it so bad when you worked there should try being unemployed for 6 freakin months and tell me you'd rather do that than work at Frito Lay. I know guys doing the RSR job here in Wooster who have done it for years and they really like it. I think those of you who complain and moan are maybe just lazy, don't really want to have to do much for your money, and are just not thankful for anything. If I should be fortunate enough to get a job as a RSR at Frito Lay you can bet your ass I'm going to be thankful for it. I wasn't raised to be a whiny unthankful little brat.

Erik:
I work full time and go to school full time, so I would hardly call myself lazy. Route work isn't for everyone. The job itself isn't all that physically demanding. Hell, I'm a gal and did it for three years. The problem is you get burned and stressed out. There's no additional time off other than your two days off. You can never do enough for this company. I always beat my last years sales, and stayed under my stale percentage, but yet it wasn't good enough. You get tired of only hearing the negative.

As for your theory about being laid off, quit crying. My hubby just went to work after being laid off for six months. He worked for Merita years ago. He could have got another route job easily earlier on but chose to stay on unemployment until something better came along. And don't you dare say my hubby must be lazy because he works 50+ hours a week digging and pumping sh*t all day, and says he would much rather do this than do any route job out there. I take it you never had a route job before; therefore, you have no idea what it's really like but yet you are this great expert on the subject and want to share your opinion with everybody.

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio said: I did really well on the aptitude test they told me, the background check was clean. No formal interviews yet. I go ride with this guy on Tuesday, then they tell me I will have an interview with somebody (who I do not know) and if that goes good then I get my drug test.
They did tell me I will be a RSA first. This woman said RSA's make $500 a week plus VROT....sounds kind of low compared to other areas like Akron, Columbus, etc. Much less than I was making before at my old job, but oh well. She didn't tell me how long you have to be an RSA before you can bid on your own route though and become an RSR.
No, I will not have to be a merchandiser. They don't do it that way in the Wooster region.

They have you go on the route ride first because they have had a lot of people come back and say no thanks, not what they had in mind. The route ride is a cake walk because you have two people doing the job of one. They don't want to invest the time in someone who they think won't stick around. They tell you that you don't actually have to do any work while your on your route ride, just observe. Don't do this. You better work your butt off because who do you think they are going to talk to when you get back? That's right, the guy you went out on the ride with. They want to see how good of a worker you are, and if you can make it. After all this, if they call you for the interview, you probably have the job. You will probably go on at least three interviews. They do not get in any hurry during this process, so you will have to be patient. With jobs scarce, you will probably be a RSA for quite a while. In the Charlotte are, this isn't a problem since they can't keep drivers at their DC. You've been laid off a while, so right now you are just desperate for a job. I get that. However, after about a year with Frito Lay, I know you will look back and say now I understand what that girl was talking about. Good Luck

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio said: And Carolina, I think you must know I was referring mostly to you with my lazy comments, and it looks like I touched a nerve. I would apologize, but I'm not sorry. All I've seen you do on here is badmouth Frito, and yes I've had route jobs before. Don't go speculating about my past because you don't know anything about it. In this particular time in the world, I'm choosing to NOT wait for something better like your husband did. It's tough to find ANYTHING in my area right now. I wanna work....not wait around because I think I'm too good.

Not badmouth. Just tell it like it is. No sugar coating the truth. Hubby didn't wait around because he thought he was too good, he just knew what it was like being in route sales and didn't want to go back to that, knowing what he would be getting himself in to.

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

74 months ago

misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina said: Not badmouth. Just tell it like it is. No sugar coating the truth. Hubby didn't wait around because he thought he was too good, he just knew what it was like being in route sales and didn't want to go back to that, knowing what he would be getting himself in to.

That was a good post. I appreciate that. I do see that fully 50% of people who get an RSR job don't care for it. I will just have to experience it for myself, if I get the chance. I gotta say though that the ungodly long process a person has to go through is just insane. This is potato chips for Christ's sake, not the Pentagon!!
I'm gonna let everyone know how the ride goes. Carolina, I'm not on here to make enemies, And I really do appreciate your last couple posts. If you're right about this job and after a year or so I see it's not a great job, I'll be the first to say "hey, ya know, you were exactly right". But at this time I feel like I gotta at least try if they want me to. I've heard everything you've said, and I will definitely keep it in mind. I happen to now it's got a lot to do with who the supervisor is for a particular area too, isn't that correct??

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

Like I said, the jobs not for everyone. You may love it. The upside is that you can make really good money with Frito Lay. I made $53,000 my last year with the company. Sounds like you are definitely in the running for a job.

Sale yourself in the interview. Ensure them that with your vending experiance, you know the hard work and hours it takes to run a route, and you don't mind putting the time in every week. You want these people to say hey, I think he'll stick around and be a good one. The main thing is to make them think that you are going to stick around. The training process is 4-6 weeks, and they don't want to waste their time with someone they think will leave. They use to would hire just about anybody, but now with jobs so scarce, they can afford to be more picky. They prefer people with route experiance.

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

Training is with another route driver. You will be with this same driver the entire training process helping him with his route. You will work 8-12 hours per day. Just depends on how much you have to do, and if any problems arise. Getting checked in will be your main time stopper. Getting started early depends on two things: how early you can start loading your truck, and what time you can get started at your first stop. Now some DC's have people that work overnight to load trucks, while others have to go in and load their own trucks. I don't know how it is set up in your area. Most of my stops wouldn't even open until 5 a.m. I don't think there is a set time as long as you can make your cut off times at your grocery stores which is usually 1 o'clock. RSR's average $40-$60 per year, but I think it's safe to say most drivers average in the $40's. The best routes are the ones with the higher volume grocery stores. For example, my route was around a lake area surrounded by million dollar homes. I had two grocery stores. My sales were good all four weeks of the month. Now, your lower volume stores will be "food stamp" stores. These stores are surrounded by poorer neighborhoods. Your sales will be good the first week of the month when foodstamps come out, but will drop of significantly the last three weeks of the month. I am going to start a new reply because I know I am running out of space.

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misscarolinagirl in gastonia, North Carolina

74 months ago

Part 2
I assume if you get a job, you will run vacation routes. They don't make commission, but they don't have the stress of making sales either. Enjoy this time while you learn the tricks of the trade.
Now, when a route comes open, everyone that is eligable can bid on it. By eligable I mean people who have been on their routes for at least one year. The route will go to the person with the highest senority. This will then leave their old route open, and the process begins again. Your first route will probably be less than desirable, but hey, you have your own route now. Trust me, eveyone knows who has the best and worst routes. When I say worst routes, I'm talking crappy grocery stores and you end up having a million convienant stores. People with the best routes usually don't go anywhere, and they've been with Frito for quite a while.
I think I covered everything. Having said that, I have been gone for two years now and things may have changed. So I hope if I have given any misinformation, some of the current Frito Layers out there will write in and correct me.

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

74 months ago

OK, yes they did say I will be covering other routes in the beginning for guys on vacation and whatever else. I suppose someone doing that stays pretty busy, and I bet it'll take a guy all over the region. But the woman told me I was eligible for VROT during my tenure as an RSA. You tell me that When I'm doing the vacation routes I won't get commission. Was this woman at Frito Lay incorrect when she told me I would?
This woman also told me that next Tuesday would be the only time I'll ever be going with this guy on the truck.
So some guys have to load their own truck....that DOES sound like a drag.

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

I have heard, and I don't know that it's true, but I heard that Frito Lay has cut salaries of RSA's and RSR's a couple times. Do you know if it's true? Because I will be very honest in saying that I don't think $500 a week, (which is what this woman tells me I'd be making as an RSA), is very much money considering what the job actually is; hard work and long hours. In other cities the same RSA job is making $700 plus each week. I don't really know how the VROT works, but I've read that it usually doesn't amount to much more than 2 or 3 bucks an hour for everything over 40 hours.
Now I know I got all on my high horse about taking a job and wanting to work and all that, and being glad to have any job after having no work for 6 months, but $500 divided by, say, a 50 hour week, is ONLY $10 an hour.... Shoot....I make $9.25 an hour on unemployment! It doesn't sound like a great deal really, and chances are I'll be working even more than 50 hours.
I'm trying to be realistic here, seems like they want to really pick all their candidates apart, then pay them very little if they want them..

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

And misscarolinagirl, you get an A++ for all the help and information you've provided. Thanks to you I feel like I've got a pretty good idea of what to expect from here on out.
It means a lot, thank you for taking the time.

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collinsdll1

73 months ago

Eric, I work for Frito, and you might call it complaining and whineing, but its only the truth. I am in Texas where you can fry a egg on the INSIDE of my truck, because they don't have air, or radio. I have been with them three lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng years, kinda like dog years! I work 55 to 60 hours a week, every single holiday, and every single weekend, both Sat, and Sun. When you go in at 3am, and get back home at 6:30pm, somethings wrong with the job. I 'used' to love it, but they did a route revisions and condenced routes, and not to many of us like it. All the Rsr's in my area hate the job now, there is NO BALENCE with this job! You sell your soul to work there, and then one day you wake up, and leave! Ask your DSL to have the day off to go to your kids graduation from school, and they ask you where your priorites are!
You are going to make the money, but you won't have any kind of life!

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collinsdll1

73 months ago

Host said: What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at FRITO-LAY?

What do you like best about working at FRITO-LAY? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

In Dallas its a $400.00 base, plus commission. A average RSR is going to bring home $900-$1100 a week.

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

Walmart is always a good store, but they make you jump thru hoops.
I guess your area has converted over to the new route revision yet,
its coming! I went in at 3am today, and got home at 6pm! I had 3 grocery stores, one being a walmart, and 5 other stops, and it was 93 degree's and no air! I got to pull out in the morning by 2:30!
This is what I mean no life, just work... Let me know after the route ride, and don't believe crap a DSL says, they lie their butts off. If their talking they lying!

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

VROT is chinese overtime at best. This last paycheck, I had 11.5 hours overtime I was paid $125.35 in overtime pay which is $11.00
a hour but my check was take home $1046.73 w/commission of $722.46.
This check was for the memmorial weekend, so it was higher. Normal checks are $700-$800 a week take home, which is very good money.
But, its not worth what you got to give up...

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

So collinsd, what kind of route do you have? What stores and how many stops?
Yes that is good money.
The trainer was also honest with me in saying that if I get the job and I stick around, it will be perhaps a long time til I could get a prime route because guys stick around in Wooster so long, not willing to leave or give up their routes. He said I will most likely end up with a bulk route, and those only pay 1.5% commission here. But the WalMart in our town is a Supercenter that does 1 million in Frito Sales in an average year. So even at 1.5%, that's hellish good commission for the guy doing that bulk route.

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

And also, I heard that most places like the new superbulk system that's being implemented. It's coming to Wooster too here very soon, but because of the union backing noone is going to have their route re-structured and noone is going to have their commission cut. That's what they told me.

What is a UDS route?

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

I don't know of a soul that likes super-bulk! They told us we would have our lives back, more family time, all a bunch of lies!
My whole DC will tell you that it Stinks!! Maybe the union will help them, we didn't have anyone to help us because we are non-union! We went from working 10 hours aday to 12-14 with superbulk.
The only ones that like it is Frito, they make more money!

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

I am on a mega I have 7 to 8 stops a day, 3 being grocery stores that take 1 1/2 to 2 hours a piece, then go catch the other little stores.

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

Yea, but you are going to work alot harder hours, on your knee's.
The little mom & pop stores are bigger pain in the butts to get along with then the big stores are. You have to hit 6 to 8, of them to make the same money that one big store will do.

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MoMoney14 in Corvallis, Oregon

73 months ago

I was just wondering if any of you know anything about other types of Ftio-Lay/PepsiCo opportunities available to recent graduates? I just went through the entire interview process to become a DSL. They flew me out to their regional headquarters in Birmingham, AL and everything, then after two weeks went by I finally called and although they said they like me, I was told they didn't think I was the best fit for that position -that they see me doing something more marketing-based (which is what my degree is in). My contact person mentioned she was looking into something called Food Service Vend I believe it was, it is supposed to be more marketing-based, or less "sales-like," but I haven't heard from her since (after almost 3 weeks). Any ideas what this may be, I can't find any information about it on the web. I'm looking to find something in Shreveport, LA, which makes things a little bit more restrictive. Any insight would be much appreciated as I still feel very invested with Frito-Lay after spending 2+ months in the interviewing process.

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

I can't answer your question, and I'm surprised noone else has responded to you.
I'd call that woman back, and don't be afraid to ask questions. I've found that during this process of trying to get hired, they don't give much info unless you ask. If you don't ask, everything is very vague and you have no idea what to expect next. That's just the way it is I guess, so if you've got contact, use it.

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

I know Frito has their own way of doing things, that no one ever understands! Eric did you get the job? I think I got my new one, with Sat, Sun, and Mondays off! Yea Baby!!!

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

I don't know yet. They were doing a route ride with one more guy today (Friday) and I assumed they'd see how he did before they actually hired anyone. There are apparently 7 guys going for 2 jobs in Wooster is what I found out.
Man, you sure are excited about this new job. What kind of job is it?

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

Its working for Cintra the uniform company as a Rsr. $51,000 a year, plus work four 10's, and be off every sat,sun, and mon!
I'll be off every holiday. For all this time I have worked every weekend, and all holidays, for THREE YEARS!! This job will give me back my life, so I can enjoy life!!

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

That sounds great. Good for you. I hope Frito calls me, I gotta get out of this damn house!!!

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Erik Kauffman in Creston, Ohio

73 months ago

Actually I wish I had not said some of the things on here that I did. I was making judgements about the job before I even went on the ride, based on what I was reading here.
I hope noone sees what I said and it causes me not to get called because that would be bad.
Working out of Wooster apparently isn't like anywhere else, and I had fun that day on the ride. It's a job I could definitely get along with, I just pray I didn't jeopardize my chances with pre-judgemental comments here.

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stopit33 in New Philadelphia, Ohio

73 months ago

Host said: What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at FRITO-LAY?

What do you like best about working at FRITO-LAY? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?

FRITO LAY CALLED ME TO GO ON A RIDE ALONG. BUT THE DRIVER NEVER CALLED ME. WHATS UP WITH THAT

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stopit33 in New Philadelphia, Ohio

73 months ago

I was suppose to go on my ride along on tuesday but the driver never called me.

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stopit33 in New Philadelphia, Ohio

73 months ago

I called frito lay. she said she would get a hold of the driver that was on tuesday. but heard nothin today.

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kvh in Matteson, Illinois

73 months ago

After filling out the online application for a rsa driver in the Chicago area I was asked to come to an open house this week. Now I am waiting for the next step which if things look good will be the aptitude test. Here in Chicago it is a union position and was told a rsa makes 655/wk plus commission. 5 days a week and no weekends. Have to be available from 4am to 6pm. Does anyone know which union local Chicago is and also how hard is it to transfer to another location in the future?

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kvh in Matteson, Illinois

73 months ago

collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas said: Its working for Cintra the uniform company as a Rsr. $51,000 a year, plus work four 10's, and be off every sat,sun, and mon!
I'll be off every holiday. For all this time I have worked every weekend, and all holidays, for THREE YEARS!! This job will give me back my life, so I can enjoy life!!

Hello collinsdll1, did you mean Cintas the uniform people? They are in Chicago also but I did not realize they paid that good.

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

There is no telling what happened on the ride-along. Maybe the driver is out sick.

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

Thats who it is, and I had a ride-along last week, and the driver told me this. I did not relize they paid well either, or I would have already been there! The having any form of life is what I am looking for, I don't have one now! Plus the trucks have air, Frito's panel trucks do not have air, or fans! Today its 99 out, how hot do you think those trucks are on the inside?

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stopit33 in New Philadelphia, Ohio

73 months ago

I dont know what happen. but today is wednesday still havent heard anything from them. I left a message. but who knows whats happen.

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stopit33 in New Philadelphia, Ohio

73 months ago

But what makes me mad i lost over 175.00 dollars. told my friend i couldnt be over to help finish his roof tuesday. because i had a ride along. but if we didnt call them they would never give us a job.

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

stopit33 in New Philadelphia, Ohio said: I dont know what happen. but today is wednesday still havent heard anything from them. I left a message. but who knows whats happen.

Sometimes if you didn't work hard enough in the drivers 'eyes' they will throw you under the bus!

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collinsdll1 in Dallas, Texas

73 months ago

You will never know what happened if you don't get to hear it from their mouths. I have spent 3 lonnnnnnnng years tring to figure them out, good luck with that!

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