Technicien en appareils de boisson gazeuse in Quebec City, QC
bon ambiance de travail en general
les journees se suivre mais ne se ressemble pas. ce n'est pas redondant.on apprend plein de chose et c'est un emploie qui faut etre polyvalent
Employee in Scarborough, ON
Total Waste of Time
Long hours and inconsistent workloads are the tip of the iceberg. One of the only Pepsi locations not run by a third party contractor, so management is allowed do as they please and treat people poorly without any accountability or transparency. Beyond disorganized. Should not advertise part time positions, as unofficially, genuine part time availability is considered for and often leads to more consistent decrews (they don't follow their own decrew policy, either). So basically unless you're willing to be unofficially near full time, your availability is held against you. If you have "enough" availability and they like you, they force feed you more hours than you ask for. It was a second part time job on it's own to ask management to get your schedule correct week to week. Nobody is there for drivers at 4am if something goes wrong, leading to longer days. They play favourites and at times take the opinions of these favourites into account when scheduling others for more hours or less - in what world is it common to have management enable subordinates to influence scheduling decisions regarding their peers? Their summer student positions pay $5 less for the EXACT same work - talk about cutting costs at every corner. Never seen a workplace culture as poor as this.
Merchandiser in Edmonton, AB
Hard Physical Work
I really enjoyed my time a Pepsico for the most part. I'm one of those people who flourish in a more manual job and throughly enjoyed the level of independence and activity each day brought. The management team did their best, but i felt, at times, was struggling to organize and communicate with their Merchandisers. I worked there for a year and was never issued a company phone to track my hours and keep up to date properly.If you enjoy working alone the job is great. There isn't much of a workplace culture, as most of the work was solo and in different locations throughout the city. it could be quite lonely.
Senior I.t analyst in Mississauga, ON
7 years of my career life wasted
Put in 7 years of my life giving my all evey day, working overtime creating new experiences giving my all. Just to be packaged out. I found out every few years they package out their service desk. So just kicked to the street after almost a decade with no real reason other then to save a bucks.
Packaging Technician in New Minas, NS
Way tooo stressful and slave work
Sure, this job pays good and apparently there is a lot of opportunity for colleagues to move up but I didn’t stay there long enough to find out. The environment is loud and distracting, the work is way too fast paced. If you miss half a second, you’ll be behind for the next hour with chips falling all over the floor. And the only shifts they would hire for was the midnight to 8am shift what a dousy