Good atmosphere, but no opportunities for advancement. A typical day at work involved prepping and organizing the work area. Working here, I learned how to work well with others. Management was not very supportive in helping workers with seniority to advance.
warehouser (Current Employee) – Earth City, MO – January 15, 2019
Extremely poor management team. Clueless on the day to day operations. Most of their time is spent in the office ( referred to by team members as "the Frat House") on their phones and lap tops laughing and giggling.. Selective enforcement on nearly all of the work related accountabilities, including the attendance policy. Little to no engagement by team members. Poor scheduling for work coverage by mgmt. team. No accountability for job code integrity or productivity. A lot of lazy, incompetent team members are permitted to make probation because of being under staffed on a consistent basis.
Processing Operator Technician (Former Employee) – Frankfort, IN – January 14, 2019
If you have a family you better get use to not seeing them! Management can tell you when you are clocking out that they need you to stay 4 more hours! There is no balance between work life and home life. They treat you like a number. They know they can replace you in a heartbeat so they don't care about you period. They only give raises once a year and that's only if they make a profit! Don't work here unless you have no life because this place will be your life! Run!
District Sales Leader (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 14, 2019
You will gain valuable skills but a lot will be demanded of you and your schedule may not be yours to truly control. Overall leadership is great and they do their best to help you become a better professional. Just need to be flexible with your life and time.
Packaging Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, AR – January 14, 2019
Frito lay is a great place to work if your dont really have a home life or anything outside of work that requires your time. The benefits, 401k, insurance and pay are all great and you will make great pay but be prepared to work long hours and work 6 to 7 days a week alot of times. they also have a tendency to hire people who are under qualified for the job. there interview and hire process is way to long to not hire quality operators for fellow workers to work with. all in all very good pay but it comes with alot of stress and questionable calls from management.
This company requires some abilities to act, think and make decisions fast, working efficiently is necessary (a lot of pressure and short time). They patiently teach you everything and help you to improve. Good attitude
Forget social life and having a good time with family every holiday, those days more working hours needed
Good Salary and Benefits. Nice people, good actitude
No social life and working every holiday is necessary
Opportunity to work as part of a team or independently
WATER TREATMENT OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 12, 2019
There are roles that can maximize strengths in a variety of ways. Frito Lay strives for a culture of inclusion and has a strong focus on safety. There are different shifts depending on role and business needs. I made many good friends during my time with the company and still stay in touch with them.
Technician (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – January 12, 2019
Got to learn different chip brands. Got to learn how to load the Frito lay trucks their way. Learned how to use their computer to punch in an out of your job description. I also learned how to use their handheld machine to use on a daily basis.
-Great hands-on experience -Trust was shown to interns where we were allowed communicate with third party vendors independently - Company culture made it easy establish a strong professional network -Interns were able to work on individual projects that benefited the company
Warehouser II, Bulk 24 Dept. (Former Employee) – Industry, CA 91745 – January 8, 2019
A great place to start working as a young adult. Fair wages and benefits. Bulk 24 department order selecting is a promising position where you fill orders/place boxes of product on carts/ and load them into 33" box trucks.
Free chips and sodas provided by the company, on occasion
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – January 7, 2019
I left this job because I was attending University simultaneously and I couldn't keep up with the hours. The job is extremely physically demanding and the hours are long. You will likely not have a choice of which shift you are on so if you should be willing to work any schedule.