A monotonous job with good benifits and pay, but expedient.
GES Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Dayville, CT – May 13, 2018
-Typical day at work: This consists of picking/shipping cases, and maintaining cleanly work area.
-What Iv'e gained: experience in team working abilities, feed back skills, problem solving and general social skills. I can confidently say I have grown as an individual at Frito-lay.
-Management: Optimistic, Intelligent, supportive, upper management.
Middle management complete contrary. (more info in cons)
Negative aspects: The hardest part of the job for myself are the hours. Not only too much OT in busy season, but the hours of operation are unfit, and unnatural for humans to work. In the 4 years iv'e worked at Frito-Lay I can say my physical and mental state has declined because of fatigue.
-Good aspects: The great part of working at Frito-lay is the competitive part of the business. I like that people have the ability to improve and move up in the company so long as hard work and merit are put forth. The gross and benefits are also the best in the area in terms of Industrial positions.
Excellent gross and benefits, ability to move up, professional, hardworking and diligent upper management.
Inhumane hours (which means no work life balance), job is mundane and repetitive (personal contention), poor quality of middle management. e.g: bad attitude, passive aggressive, condescending, and incompetent.