Pros: management communication, valuable experience, free gatorade buffet
Cons: underpaid for the word, mixed bag of customers
I worked at Pepsi and it was wasn't perfect, but then again, what is. The hours can be long, but once you get into a groove, you can definitely become more efficient and find ways to get home earlier while also making all of your deliveries. My pay was about 12.80 an hour and I definitely felt waaay underpaid for the amount of work. <y location was especially understaffed due to the high turnover rate and that just made things especially more complicated. Management was not very organized, but they did a good job dealing with the understandably disgruntled customer accounts. I definitely would've stayed longer but, unfortunately, I was let go after an accident where one of my hand trucks on the back of the trailer damaged the back of a parked car in a cramped dollar general parking lot. I was within my probationary period at the time so it was an automatic termination. My supervisors really understood the situation and worked hard to keep me, but someone higher up at a desk a couple hundred miles away pushed the button and had me snuffed out.
All in all, it wasn't perfect by any means, but I kind of enjoyed learning the in's and out's of distributions and customer relations. Definitely valuable expirience for me as a 22 year old hoping to make my own way soon