Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – April 4, 2018
Our facility was pretty awesome. I had the pleasure of working with some great people. Unfortunately the facility was closed and resources relocated to Columbia Maryland. Some good friends still work there.
Production Operator (Current Employee) – Decatur, IN – May 7, 2018
You are trained to work many differnet jobs. But are only given two weeks to learn them. If you dont learn them in two week you will get a write up for job proformance. Very stressful job. There is no room for a balanced life. If you are looking to just work for the rest of your life and not have a social life this job is for you. Now it does pay well. but you have no life
Sales District Leader Frito-Lay (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – May 5, 2018
The local business leadership team was great to work with; however, I have never met a less motivated or irresponsible work force. Callouts were rampant and I found myself delivering the product at the last minute so often that it affected carrying out my work. If money was my main motivator this would have been a good job.
If your not in the click your not rewarded with hard work
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Corbin, KY – May 5, 2018
I was in a hit and run and was not treated fairly. When released from comp leave I was told I had to take a pay cut and move to garage. I did not do so and waited until my manager returned from vacation. He also offered the same returning position.
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Jenkins Township – May 4, 2018
Union rep is best friends with sales manager so they conspire behind closed doors then let the employees know. Supposed to be union but you're better off representing yourself. Long hours in summer months and less than 40 in the winter
Driver (Current Employee) – Livingston, LA – May 4, 2018
At first the job was great. But once you get used to things you see how it's really ran. Management is so poor. They really don't care if you're sick, hurting, car ran off the road, or dying. All they worry about is the product getting off the truck and all the stops getting hit. Which is fine because that is what you sign up for, but it's a way to treat your empoyees. A lot of us really stay because the pay is awesome and the benefits are good. But we don't care for the treatment. You're never in the same area everyday so you can't get use to every account and their system. And the routing is horrible! Stops could be an hour or more from each other and you have 15 or more. The warehouse just throws the pallets on the truck any type of way which causes some of them to flip over making your day longer having to pick it up. The salesmen send way too much in the stores and either have too many credits coming out taking up too much space in a already fully loaded truck or don't write them up causing the people at the account to refuse the order or curse you out when you haven't done a thing. The days are long so by the time you get home you don't do anything but get ready for bed to do the same thing the next day. Management doesn't listen or care about your issues. They just want to look good and if they take a downfall you're getting the write up or suspension. We do our best but we get treated like the enemy. And they wonder why they can't keep drivers. I believe the job wouldn't be as bad if our management had our backs and supported us, seeing we are the true backbone of themore... company making sure the product gets out.less
NOC Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – May 4, 2018
PepsiCo was a very rewarding place to work for mainly the management team, no micro manage issues. Typical day was 12 hour shifts 3 days on 4 days off, I loved that schedule. Monitored the Network,Unix servers and installs daily.
Warehouser (Former Employee) – Boylston, MA – May 4, 2018
fast paced,Lots of overtime, great benefits always job postings for different jobs,shifts and departments.warehouse and packing areas get hot in summer and cold in winter. show up on time and dont call in sick when your not and you will have no issues and plenty of support from managers.
Route sales expected you to be able to get to your accounts in all sorts of weather. I left because I felt it was unsafe to drive my vehicle through a snowstorm to get to the accounts that were over 30 miles from my starting point.
Stressful cutthroat poorly managed good ol boy network
Bay Driver (Current Employee) – Hurricane, UT – May 3, 2018
Pepsi was a high stress cutthroat atmosphere where you are required to work heavy loads and long hours everyday. The management is poorly suited for their roles and if you give any feedback you are treated like an enemy.