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Depends on your manager. The first manager I worked with was supportive and the team was great. I was covering a sick leave on contract and she gave me a good reference to another manager to cover a mat leave. The next manager was awful. Expected to learn everything in very little time. The accounts that I took over were a mess and the expectations were that I fixed everything immediately.

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They are determined to outsource as much as possible to 3rd parties in India to save money. When people leave they spread the workload out to remaining staff rather than fill the role. More work for less people, the office is half empty because they don't replace people.

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Coat and pant

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10pm - 6am

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No pepsico nothing any check for our background

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Because Pepsi isn't a trend; it's iconic. It's world wide, which offers variety, the ability to relocate and transfer anywhere, it offers growth and stability. Pepsi is a household name, it has staying power and that is very important to me.

Cause i worked with them and know their policies

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Except production department non of the other department work on shifts

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Since I worked with Bottler not direct with PepsiCo, upon the achievement of Targets we receive my awards in Cash as well as Gifts from both PepsiCo and Bottlers.

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Overall its okay. Most of us work independently of management, but we do touch base daily.

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