Frito-Lay
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Applied and got an email to schedule an interview after 2 weeks. A guy did a brief overview of the job in a room with a few candidates. They let you know the last minute that you are going to be asked several STAR format behavioral type questions. Within seconds you are then hauled off one by one by an interviewer. You get into a room and are asked a series of useless questions that doesn’t really pertain to the job. I’m assuming they want to figure out how you are and how’d you react to a situation. Seems like they rather hire the incompetence that are able to answer the questions they ask but cannot perform the job or come into work on time.
They rather turn away the hard working individuals that aren’t able to express and entertain their moods. You can talk, but can you walk, the Walk?

Answered November 10, 2019

I applied on a sunday, got an email a day later saying that they got my application and it's going under review. Two days later, I received another email saying that my application was under review with the hiring manager, by the end of the week I was able to set up an interview for the following week. Went in for the interview and it was easy ! Asked me a few scenario type questions and they hired me on the spot! Just have to pass the drug test and background check and you're all good.

Answered June 17, 2019

It’s 2020, they used to do hair sample testing way back but nobody would pass and it’s expensive. So now they do urine testing. And it’s never done at the interviews, they’ll set up a time and place. 3/12/20

Answered March 12, 2020

It does not matter if you have a felony or not, in the interview process if you are lucky to make it that far they will know what kind of person you are regardless of what you’re background says. Your work ethic and previous job experience say a lot about you, I had a felony for a violent crime for something small and simple and I disclosed it from the very beginning and it was 5 years old, I was hired on the spot at frito lay with no questions asked, literally left the interview and didn’t even make it back to my vehicle before I got a call from my recruiter and had the job offer, so nothing is impossible.

Answered September 21, 2018

Urine Test .. I took one for Dfw Texas. ( packer )

Answered December 15, 2018

It took 6 months to get a call for hire, then I had to get a physical and drug test.

Answered February 7, 2019

Oh gosh of course

Answered October 16, 2019

Yes I am sure they would, but it wasn't an issue when I was there.

Answered April 25, 2018
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