Positive learning environment and exciting marketing
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 March 2018
The onboarding and training process for a sales position sets one up to be successful both in the job and for future sales roles. The marketing programs for products you represent are innovative and exciting to be a part of.
I learned a lot at Pepsi and appreciate it as a place to really cut your teeth in the sales field. The pace and stress was always high as were the expectations for product sales and the securing of additional display space. PepsiCo will really push you to the limit - and you will definitely know what your limits are in a short period of time.
Great sales team and support staff.
Never enough hours in the day to get your job done.
Hard work, good pay, routing and other issues galore..
Driver Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 February 2018
I was a driver at pepsi and the days were often long and the work exhausting but I was compensated well for my efforts. Problems with routing and loading were ever present and there is a lot of turnover because of the physical nature of the work, but most people did what they could to make the best of things.
Large Account Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 February 2018
It was a better company about 5 years ago. Things have gone downhill since. Poor Management and Management decisions. Overall good company to work for, great benefits and options to advance, if you so choose.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Indian Bay, MB – 13 February 2018
very good company , interesting work with good employers very cooperative ,peers are helpful ,I really enjoyed work there it helps to fulfill my my demands, there was a lot of boisterous feelings to motivate me to my work with zealous
Logisticien (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 13 February 2018
Une journée de travail: 8h-15h30 Ce que j'ai appris: traquer la moindre défaillance et de prendre rapidement des décisions face aux imprévus et face à chaque confrontation et apporter de la valeur ajouté. Management: collaboratif et proche des salariés Collaborateurs: partage d'informations très intensifs L'aspect le plus difficile du poste: toujours rester le meilleur L'aspect le plus agréable de mon poste: Être en partie son propre manager.
Packaging (Former Employee) – Taber, AB – 9 February 2018
Always on your feet, was not paid for first three days talked to multiple supervisors about missing hours on my check, no help. ended up quiting after 2 months, gotta enjoy counting for 12 hours straight
Failed to pay hours, Long shifts, on your feet for 10 hours
Resource Manager (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 6 February 2018
The Resource Manager role at PepsiCo requires much more than advertised. The manufacturing environment is very fast-paced which can be a physical as well as mental challenge. Good pay benefits and flexible shifts. Work life balance is a major challenge especially if you end up on an off-shift.
Salesman (Former Employee) – Stratford, ON – 30 January 2018
I worked for PEPSICO's branch FritoLays Canada, it was a good summer job that payed well. However it required very early mornings and there was next to no hope for a social life as you don't get the weekends off. Depending on how quick you are though you may have the job finished before lunch, which is a bonus. If you're looking to bolster your bank account and not hate your job, working here is a good place.