Happiness score is 59 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Ramon Laguarta
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    PepsiCo website
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Warehouse Technician in Bedford, NS
on 11 May 2022
Crew was ok, management is age biased and had poor communication.
In the time I was there, all new hires and promotions were given to people under 30, in many cases with little to no prior expectance. The old experienced crew was a decent bunch of guys, but when they started getting passed up for better shifts or promotions for kids with little experience they started leaving, including myself. I applied for different positions twice, and both times my interview was conveniently postponed, a time or two, then forgotten. Then both positions were filled by people in their 20's, one of which was a new hire.
Truck Driver in Lethbridge, AB
on 9 May 2022
Big company with good pay
As a truck driver you get paid for everything you do unlike transport companies. Get paid for stat holidays too. If you’re not afraid of physical work and you like to make money this is the place to drive a truck! Bonuses paid for doing a good job and taking pride in your work.
Regional Quality Food Safety Manager(RQFSM) in Mississauga, ON
on 7 May 2022
Selective advancement
Advancement in this company is for people who want to try out all aspects of Food Manufacturing. It is limited for Subject matter expert’s as the only advancement is if you are willing to relocate every 3 to 5 years. They hire from outside but value expertise within so integrating in challenging.
Merchandiser in Calgary, AB
on 26 April 2022
A back breaker job with poor management
I worked here for years. The merch department is physical work and demanding. If you do happen to get hurt, you will be damaged goods. Management turn over is huge and merchandisers are the bottom of the food chain here. You’re a mule basically as a merch. Sales reps targets are insane and that becomes more work for merch. Years with this company, wish I avoided it all together. I’d say look else where, especially if you want to keep your body and back in one piece. You’re 100% a number here. They do have a union but in my case….that did not really change anything. They’re better jobs and companies, that’s for sure!!!
Retail Sales Merchandiser in GTA, ON
on 22 April 2022
Good wages, good advancement, very straining, poor scheduling
The job pays well, I got around 19.50 and there was myriad opportunity for OT. Moreover, the job did give clear obligations and you were never sitting around doing nothing. However, they often gave you too much and it was implicitly expected to give up lunches for advancement. The time demands were very straining as it often required >12 hours to finish a route (although you could leave after 10). It was also very lonely, there wasn't anyone around to talk to other than the employees at your stores, but if you changed often you'd forget them. Being able to see around the city is nice, however. There definitely is a potential to rise in the ranks, as almost all the upper management started out as sales reps. Managers usually don't hound you much either, which is nice. Overall, I'd recommend the job if you are an independent and efficient worker looking to grow in a career. Definitely too straining to be a long-time job however.

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