Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 May 2018
This is a big global company, and you know it. If you don't know it, you will find out very fast.
There is sometimes a lack of humanity with how they handle things, because it's so big that there's a policy somewhere to handle most cases. Every thing has a standard procedure or method.
If you like working your solid 40 hours for what is generally the highest payscale in this industry, don't ask too many questions, enjoy job security and never criticize management- this is a great place to be. People do stay for many years. If you are creative and enjoy unique/non-repetitive tasks coming up frequently in your work, you will suffer here.
fair pay, market leader, benefits, security
you are a splinter of a big wooden ship sailing the seas of commerce, And the ship never docks at port.
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
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 13 November 2017
Drive the truck to the customer and deliver the produce. Amazing Management, at first the hardest part is to find the customers if you are not in the area all the time. otherwise the work is an amazing job if you like hand on type job.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 November 2017
Job is very physically demanding, so you definitely get your exercise. Management doesn't really understand your day to day challenges and is fairly clueless about the driving portion of your job. There is plenty of overtime in the summer, but they get very slow in the winter. There is pretty much no chance to move up in seniority or into a truly full time position. There are drivers who have been there for 3 years that still don't get full time hours in the winter. It is a good job to make a bunch of money over the summer.
Good Excercise, Good pay, lots of overtime in summer
Clueless management, too much work to do in a day, no chance of advancement
Former picker/loader (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 27 October 2017
Overall a pretty good place to work. Employees are good, music is allowed, the pay is pretty good, but it's very fast paced with high standards. Your productivity rate is monitored and you are expected to meet difficult standards. Hours are pretty flexible. Management is good.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – alberta – 22 October 2017
the hard part of the job is pulling the massive pallets that come in off the trucks easy part is taking off pallet and filling the shelf. Also need to be in contact with store managers and sales reps to make sure everyone on same page so job gets done the first time right. a typical day at work is anywhere from 2-3 hours to do the job
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Charlottetown, PE – 21 October 2017
loved it hear was able to hone my skills even farther in this job. i got a greater appreciation for laborers when i started this job that's for sure. here i worked long days that gave me strength and good cardio. as well as try my hands in a lot of different areas of the company
Bottle-line Mechanic (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 17 October 2017
I am currently working the night shift which is having a very negative effect on my personal life. When hired I was told I would be working weekends or afternoons. After 4 months I still have not worked those preferred shifts.
Co-workers are good to work with
Management does not seem to care much about employees needs