Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 26 June 2017
Very hard culture to thrive in. Everything is about the results and it doesn't matter how you get them or who you run over to get them. I have never had such little support from my direct supervisor in my life and human resources was there to put up more roadblocks for you than anything. You were expected to run full plant operations and do ad-hoc projects on the side regardless of how much overtime you needed to do to accomplish them. There was no such thing as Work/Life balance, they expected that work was your life.
Foodservice Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 June 2017
Greatest strength is products brand and its scale as company. There are opportunities available in different cities. Great opportunities to progress and learn different areas of such a massive company.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 23 June 2017
Management was very strict with absentees regardless of the reason unless you were a full time employee only available shifts were afternoon and graveyard you'd have no extra time to spend with family or have a life outside of pepsi they were good with a compromising schedule for school warehouse employees where awesome
Senior National WCB Case Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 June 2017
This is an elite, results oriented place to work. Many people say, it takes a special kind of person to keep up with the Pepsi Way. The standards are best in class and the results are pushed right down to everyones' performance reviews.
Part Time Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 June 2017
A typical day at work consisted of me driving to target locations, such as grocery stores, and restocking shelves containing Pepsico merchandise. The job itself is very easy as I only needed to refill shelves. However, it was done in a clean and professional manner as set by the standards of the company. The person who was in charge of me was kind and was easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job was reaching the first location at 7 in the morning. While the most enjoyable was getting the rest of the day to do as I pleased.
Packer (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 30 May 2017
There are a few good people working at PepsiCo and the pay is great, especially if you are willing to work over-time. Those are the good things. The bad: management will make you feel like dirt while you are on probation and they don't mind using threats of firing you on the spot also; most people would love to see you fail, so they won't hesitate to stab you in the back.
Management: Donnar S and Lee Hughes are the worst supervisors, that existed. They use bullying tactics and get away with it.