warehouser (Former Employee) – Alameda, CA – 13 June 2012
I loved working at Frito Lay. It was hard work and it's not for everyone. It's warehouse work so it gets hot in the summer and cold in the winter. You have tough standards to meet and you have to be fast and accuarate in your work. We had to wear goggles, steel toe shoes and gloves. Safety is very important there. The hours can get long sometimes up to 14 or 15 a day. Other days can be slow and you go home in 6 hours. Depends on the orders and time of year.
good pay, benefits, great co-workers
productivity standards, hot & cold enviroment, hard work
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – London, ON – 8 March 2018
The management is fantastic and great at working around days that you need off. Management is there to support you, but do not breath down your neck constantly. There really is quite a bit of freedom with this job. Great company to work for!
Student Summer Packer (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 10 February 2018
Student packer. Easy job packing chips into boxes. Repeated action for 8 hour shifts can get boring. Keeping up with the conveyor belt can be difficult at times. Fair pay. Asked for over time a lot near end of summer but at beginning of summer there wasn't enough work for everyone.