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.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 25 January 2018
Worked over the summer as a merchandiser. I had an excellent manager who was very friendly and transparent. The training was great and they set you up to succeed in your role. The work was on-call which became tiresome when the phone rang for the 10th day in a row. My major complaint was the amount of work required as I was frequently working 10+ hour days 7+ days in a row.
Supply Chain Analyst (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 18 January 2018
Over 13 years I learned many skills at Pepsi, made many friends and had a lot of fun. I became proficient in data analysis and my confidence grew as management gave me more responsibility and allowed me to make decisions on my own. The days could be quite long in the office, but it was such a nice work environment that it went by quickly most days.
working for a company which dominates a large portions at stores
Sales Representative - Relief- Large Formats (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 9 January 2018
working for a company which dominates a large portions at stores, its a passion which drives us to work hard every day for consumers. to much physical work, employees are good and they support each other to bring the best on daily bases.
Seasonal Account Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 6 January 2018
job allows for a high amount of autonomy as employees are for the most part unsupervised during their day. However tasks to completed carry high levels of importance which can add to stress for individuals not suited for high pressure situations.
Merchandiser/Sales (Current Employee) – Orillia, ON – 8 December 2017
Good money, but you will be treated like a dog. As long as the managers numbers look good to people above them, they don't give a hoot about anybody or anything else. I've had some bad management in my lifetime, but nothing compares to lack of management and compassion for employees PepsiCo has shown me over the past 5+ years.
long hours, work weekends, bad communication, no management skills, anything to save a dollar the company will do, part time staff gets more work than full time staff because they are cheaper alternatives