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Good pay, good benefits
ROUTE SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee), Oklahoma CityJune 2, 2014
Pros: good pay, good benefits
Cons: very long hours, no breaks
Typical day starts at 3am till ???
Check truck load-delivered,checked in and setup products
reordered product via handheld
Pro- met lots of interesting people,enjoyed routes assigned
Cons- Very hard,physical work,long hours
lack of support if job warranted extra labor
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Great career growth
Human Resources Senior Manager (Current Employee), Pleasanton, CAMay 30, 2014
Never a boring day, lots of opportunity to take on challenges and build your skill set.
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Stable industry
Receiving Technician (Former Employee), Lynchburg, VAMay 30, 2014
Stable company but prepare for long hours if you are in manufacturing,
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Productive environment, not very flexible with scheduling
Assist company (Current Employee), Williamsport, PAMay 27, 2014
Pros: excellent pay
Cons: scheduling problems not an exciting workplace.
Just not the type of environment that I would love to work for. Very relaxed and not much motivation from management. Also could not advance in the company with my new degree in business.
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Fun fast pace environment and rewarding
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Rochester, NYMay 25, 2014
Pros: #1 snack food company in the world (13 billion in sales a year)
Cons: the weather, potential safety hazard depending on geographic territory
Ability to work independently, learned strong time management skills and organizational skills, strong oral presentation and written communication skills, ability to work flexible schedule, ability to drive Frito Lay vehicle, unload product and merchandise displays, must pass DOT physical, MVR check & criminal background check, The hardest part of the – more... job is bad weather, The most enjoyable part of the job is the competitive compensation package, comprehensive benefits and participation in the PepsiCo option plan. – less
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Sales oriented role
ROUTE SALES REPRESENTATIVE - DRIVER (Current Employee), Queens, NYMay 23, 2014
A typical work day consists of me driving the Frito lay truck and visiting stores in my route. I sale, I monitor promotions, I stock and do inventory.
I have learned to manage sales expectations and my route assistant
The hardest part of my job is making a sale during a slow week.
The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting and speaking with people.
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Great environment
Material Handler (Former Employee), Lynchburg, VAMay 21, 2014
Pros: great people
Cons: not enough training
It was fast paced a great opportunity. I really like it I had room to grow and learn
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very productive
Quality Control Manager/ Packaging Specialist (Former Employee), Jackson Ms.May 21, 2014
Pros: lots of traveling
Cons: long hours
Review your production schedule
That each employee has something to contribute to the team
Management was very knowledgeable
Most were very young. High turnover
Administering discipline
getting paid
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Great pay and strong company values.
Packer (Former Employee), Binghamton, NYMay 20, 2014
Good company to work for. Takes care of their employees and works with part-time schedules.
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Sanitor/Packer (Former Employee), Frankfort, INMay 20, 2014
As a sanitor daily activities include lifting heavy objects, communication skills, cleaning areas that are a little hard to get to.
As a packer, daily activities include packing bags of chips from a moving conveyor belt and putting those boxes onto another moving conveyor belt.
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So so place to work
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Zebulon, GAMay 19, 2014
Pros: pay, mandatory vacation
Cons: no home life, long long hours.
Rough on your knees. Expect you to do 16 hours of work in less than 14 hours EACH DAY, due to DOT regulations. Managers are never around when you need them.
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great place to work
Route Sales Representative (Current Employee), harrisburg paMay 19, 2014
spend alot of time on your own. basically making your own paycheck.
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Good place of employment
Senior Sales Representative (Former Employee), Dallas, TXMay 18, 2014
Pros: not sitting in the office all day.
Cons: long hours.
Great way to interact with the general public. Good business company.
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Very nice place to work
Purchasing Analyst (Former Employee), Mission , TXMay 16, 2014
Pros: good benefits, sick days, good pay
Cons: nothing to say
Good co-workers, opportunities to grow in the company, very nice, cross trained with different departments
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Biggest salty snack company in the world
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Santa Rosa, CAMay 16, 2014
Pros: good benfits and retirement
Cons: days can be long.
Basically you bring products to the retail stores. Load, drive, invoice, deliver, merchandise.
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Fun place to work for enthusiastic people
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Ventura, CAMay 16, 2014
Good company to work for with plenty of opportunity for advancement.
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Productive and fun environment.
Warehouse (Former Employee), Aberdeen, MDMay 16, 2014
Pros: breaks every two hours, time went by fast. shift work.
Cons: veteran employees who abused efficiency.
Typical Day:
12 Hour shifts, Have done day and night.

Conducted morning inspections, performance, and other data sheets.
Worked hour shifts doing either, forklift work, loading unloading trailers, helping HR, working with the inventory computer interface.

Co-workers: Very diverse but other than management, very male oriented.

Hardest Part: Getting – more... good sleep with night shift. Staying cool.

Enjoyable Part: Co-workers, management, the work became natural eventually. – less
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Great Job and Great Company to work for.
Processing Operator (Current Employee), Dallas, TXMay 16, 2014
Pros: great salary
Cons: forced to stay and work overtime.
Great Job - they train you how to do everything
Great Benefits
Great People to work with
I mostly enjoyed the celebration we had at work.
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Secretary VIII (Former Employee), Carol Stream, ILMay 14, 2014
While working at Frito-Lay. Co-workers were enjoyable and they assisted you when needed.
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Steady work
Processing Operator (Current Employee), Charlotte, NCMay 14, 2014
Steady work but schedule sucks. No time for private life. Work every weekend. Everything done by seniority.

About Frito-Lay

Frito-Lay is the undisputed chip champ of North America. The company makes some of the best-known and top-selling savory snacks – Read more