Full Time Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – January 22, 2019
A typical day at work starts at 3am and ends around noon. You typically work alone on the day to day, but have to be in contact with store personal at your accounts. Hardest part about the job is waking up early to get started. Most enjoyable part of the job is working in a stress free environment.
ROUTE SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – January 21, 2019
It's an exciting company to work for . The amount by money you make is totally dependent on the individual. Everyday is different and the clients at times can be challenging , overcoming these obstacles and at the same time making that sale that what makes it great.
No limits on sale and all necessary tools and help needed to the job is provided.
I think the ep system discourages alot of people. Will write you up even when youre still in youre 90 day training.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – January 20, 2019
Don't think it's fair when they use a flawed employee tracking system. It destroys me everytime when I work.. Dont want to stick around. Maybe they should do away with the system and try a different approach with their employees.
Detailer/Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Erlanger, KY – January 20, 2019
They lie about the jobs to people, They say you are to get your miles paid on the add and you don't get it. Also the Union sucks too, they take your money every week and they do nothing for the part Times, no not do it.
A culture that is a great bunch of people and where is time to move in a career. The pay is a great benefit for us then alot of jobs out there.The supervisors are great to work with always caring about your well being .
A typical day starts with loading your truck for deliveries to each stop. I've learned how to take and control inventory on a week to week basis. Management was average. Workplace culture was somewhat good after establishing good work environment among other drivers. The hardest part of the job was dealing with different characters of customers that you have to work with. The most enjoyable was working at your own pace and working alone
Route Sales Lead (Current Employee) – Cape Cod, MA – January 19, 2019
You'll work very hard at Frito-Lay. There are no opportunities for advancement. At the end of 2018, all of us suffered a 20% pay cut. Morale at the company is at an all time low, and seven of the 18 people who worked there have left.
That's why they're hiring.
If you REALLY need a job, and you have a driver's license, and can breathe, you're going to get hired. They'll take anybody at this point.
Good luck. You'll need it.
You're done by 3:00 PM. You start work at 4:00 AM, so ...
Low pay, hard work, terrible management, no advancement, random schedule, early start time
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – January 17, 2019
typical day consists of packing or sorting cardboard. the pay is quite high but the mandatory overtime and six through seven days of work wear down most employees quite quickly. On top of that mandatory 12 hour shifts are a common occurrence. They do not accept doctors notes and use a "no-fault" policy so if you get sick you have to take points off attendance or go into work sick. The other employees are nice for the most part. Management is nice but half the time they don't know what going on. Management constantly tries to run more product than we have machines or workers for which makes them shut down fryers due to overloading the chip lanes.
good pay, alot of hours if uyou want them
bad management, bad sick policy, have to fight for benefits/leave
Warehouser (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 17, 2019
Not much room for advancement, and when there is they choose the person before they post the job...(about 80% of the time). Work /life balance is a really hard thing for the management to deal with. They do have great benefits for their employees though.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – January 16, 2019
People in Lynchburg are talking about this place and people are actually turning frito lay down. They don’t care about you, your family, or your health. It’s all about getting cases out the door. Many things I’ve seen are so unprofessional and immoral!! They are writing new guys up within there first 60 days for not being good enough but yet they can’t even train them properly to do the job. Something will have to change or this place will be ran right into the dirt. Stay far away.
Technical Intern (Former Employee) – Jonesboro, AR 72401 – January 16, 2019
A lot is asked out of the front line employees. For management its a great job with good pay. The quality manager there is very serious about food safety which made me proud to work there and produce safe snacks.