Warehouse Material handler (Current Employee) – Brisbane, CA – 5 December 2011
Working with Frito Lay is good. Their number one priority is the welfare and safety of the employees which is very important. This company gives trainings to educate their employees to achieve their goals.
good benefits, quarterly bonus, uniform allowance.
less hours to part time employees, no benefits, no team work.
Account Manager/Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 14 August 2017
In this workplace...there were ups and downs. When I first started with the company,there was a challenge right off the bat. The person who trained me was not the easiest person to get along with, so learning was quite the challenge.
Once I was trained the job was enjoyable, I would travel to 4 to 5 large store accounts per day. This would include Costco, Walmart and Food Basics. I would be responsible for stocking shelves, ordering product and selling in and building displays. Servicing these accounts was enjoyable in that I met and dealt with various people on a daily basis.
Overall in this position, I learned how to deal with the various peosonalities and also how to a degree sell product. The hardest part I found was putting in some long hours.
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 11 August 2017
I worked at Frito-Lay Canada for about a year, I expected much more out of such a big company, They make you do so many extra things over & above your job description and time (commision based job). The most dissapointing part is how cheapily run the company is. About 90% of the company trucks don't even have air conditioning. Don't waste your time here, don't get suckered into advancement via seniority. From many people I have talked to Pepsi Co Beverages is a much better experience if you want to be a Sales Rep, way more perks and better management
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 6 May 2017
Socially, a great place to work. Team effort, gets the job done. Excellent direction from management. Customer's represent a challenge that is overcome with being firm in your resolve to implement company standards and practices as a sales representative.
Employees are always willing to help out or give advice.
Labourer/Blade Changer (Former Employee) – New Minas, NS – 10 April 2017
Really enjoyed the people I worked with there, was very hot in the summer & very hard labor work on the packing line. The management would provide staff with gatorade when it was super hot, and made sure we got out of the heat every so often. Chips in the break room were so great!
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 5 April 2017
great benefits and great pay to start until you do really well then they take that away and make you start all over again. Year after year take pay cuts. Management is a joke out for themselves, tell you they really care about work life balance but don't observe it. Upper management is slimy and sneaky they pretend to look out for employees but go behind their backs to take them down.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – 4 April 2017
You work by yourself most of the time as a merchandiser but that is the only real concern I personally have with the job. Management is great and well organized, you are always busy while you are working and it is generally easy work.
Paid based on how much time you put into your work
Customers asking where things are, working alone most of the time
Salesman/Merchandizer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 30 March 2017
You start at 6:00am and work till your done the pay well and understand how difficult your job can be. The only problem is they hire more off of a resume when it comes to management and they only know the companies policies and can offer very little help when is comes to assisting you they just restate the companies policies which can be aggrevating
Senior Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 March 2017
show up , load up, drive out , fill up , drive to , sell to, . Rinse and repeat. Always more work tossed on us, with zero constipation for the work load given. I find its all about the bottom dollar and the investors. Bottom guys working hard to make the rich richer.
Packer (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 8 February 2017
Long hours but great co- workers, I only worked there for as a student so I don't know much about what it's like to work there, however it paid for my school and I got to meet a bunch of other students in my position
Part Time Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 January 2017
Lays is a great employer in my job as a part time merchandiser as they go through a thorough training process and make sure that you are entirely comfortable with the job and what it consists of before sending you out to the workplace. Once in the workplace they also keep a solid communication line open ensuring that everyone is informed with what lies ahead before you even enter the store