Happiness rating is 57 out of 100
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Frito-Lay Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Steven Williams
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
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Route Sales Representative

Manassas, VA

$63,800 a year

7 days ago

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Work & Life Balance


Full Time Merchandiser in Manassas, VA
on March 21, 2020
Challenging work and always changing work enviroment
You start early in the morning between 3-6AM and drive out to your first designated store. You go to the stockroom of that store and bring out the back stock or new shipment. From there you then stock and merchandise product onto the shelves and displays. You knock down the cardboard for reuse and then clean up any mess. Then you front all the shelves and displays and check out with the store manager if available. You then drive to your next designated store and repeat.
Merchandiser in California
on May 4, 2021
You can’t go home until you finish your job. Managers text you off the clock and on your days off. Work load is more than one person can handle. Favoritism. If you miss something manager makes you go back to store.
Warehouse Lead Attendant computerized warehousing, temporary lead in Joplin, MO
on May 4, 2021
You will need to work hard from start to finish of your shift. The warehouse is always behind. Do not expect good decisions from the management. I would not work there again.
Sales Representative in Mount Pleasant, TX
on May 4, 2021
Some of the worst people I’ve ever met work here. Pay is good but, ultimately not worth it. Management doesn’t do anything to weed out the bad apples.
Warehouse Associate in Braintree, MA
on May 4, 2021
It's an honest day's wage but you work for every penny. Pay is fair but The job itself is not too satisfied. I would only recommend this job for a stepping stone purpose or a gap filler.
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Interview insights

Insights from 1.6K Indeed users who have interviewed with Frito-Lay within the last 5 years.

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Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

Situation questions. Ex: Tell us a situation where this happened and what did you do to solve the problem.

Shared on November 5, 2020

I had an interview today on Zoom video app and most of it was questions. She asked about 10-15 questions. It was only one interviewer. Behavioral questions, to see how you react during those situations. Some of the questions were. “Why do you want to work for Frito lay?” Tell me about yourself. “Tell me a time when you made a mistake at work and how did you handle it?” 9 times out of 10 the questions was a “tell me a time when this happened and how did you handle or solve it”? Don’t bother googling the most common scenario and behavioral questions because I did and I literally had questions and answers sitting right beside the laptop so I wouldn’t get stumped. And she didn’t ask not one thing that I had written down. Lol. They just have their own questions. But what made me so successful is that I studied behavioral questions and had a few different answers already in my head for questions like that. So study just a few behavioral/scenario questions and write down a few answers and make sure you remember those answers. I even read that if you have a few answers of times you did something at work like go out of your way for someone else or what did you do during an issue that accrued, you’ll be fine for the rest of the questions. So just have a few answers in your head and study those. That’s really what helped me. Because as long as you have a few things you did in your head, it will be easier to make up other answers just like those ones. Don’t be afraid to ask the person interviewing you to rephrase the question if you need help understanding. Just go slow, take your time and answer slowly.

Shared on July 31, 2020

Standard Interview questions. What do you know about the vusiness? Where do you see your self in 5 years? Recall a time where your ethics were thrown into question over an Employer's policies, and what did you do in that situation?

Shared on May 26, 2020
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