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This place is a dogs breakfast, they run you into the ground. They provide little to no training. There is no career mapping and leadership is very hands off. You are not valued at all and not supported. Managers just care about CDA and score cards. People are promoted faster if they went through the sales leadership program. Women will receive jobs within 1/3 of the time as men and not have to go through the same levels of the business. This employer willingly let staff go to stores with positive Covid-19 cases if there was (no direct contact) with that case or department. They just care about volume and that's it. If you want a life outside of work do not work for this company...
flexible start time
long hours, no support
The job is physically demanding with poor management support. Routes are arbitrary. Communication between co-workers is poor. Sometimes, the mess of the weekday shift Friday night is unaccounted for and impacts the weekend shift. Must work all weekends and holidays. This can take a toll on your body. If you take this job, make sure to always photograph your finished shelves and fixed pallets. The only upside is that the pay is decent.
Decent pay with kilometer compensation.
Long hours, heavy workload, poor management
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Worst company to work for. Zero Communication, poor pay especially when given extra work/tasks to do daily, which is every day. Management if out of touch of what a human is able to do in a day and too afraid of upper management to say NO. This company doesn't want to hear suggestions of how to improve. Their new system of Dynamic routing is an absolute and complete failure.Months and months of absolutely poor and disruptive deliveries, highlights that the company doesn't care about their customers. Management refused to listen to drivers concerns, even when management hold meetings. The new ordering system, precision ordering is a waste of time and energy. Management told staff to ignore the instructors that were briefed and to always modify the orders to bring in more product. The question is then why bring in an ordering system if staff is not able to utilize it in the manner it was designed for. If you bring any observations as constructive criticism you will be labelled as being difficult. They only way Pepsico continues to grow is they force product into stores thru auto allocations. Bringing in Sales Management team (CDMs)directly out of University with little life experiences and placing them in charge of growing multi million dollar accounts, stores managements connect and respond better to more mature staff, especially since the CDMs change over yearly. Run away from this company.
There is a union, which is not worth the money you pay for it. Work goes by seniority so if you are a new hire you won’t get full hours. Guys that have been working there for a few years don’t get all their shifts. Delivery is the worst department. Job is not worth the pay for the work, terrible management. Only good thing is only working four days a week.
PepsiCo is a very large company, so it was comforting to see how all of the staff and managers interacted with each other throughout the plant. Everyone worked hard and got their jobs done, and worked together to solve tasks and overcome obstacles.
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Emplois et carrières chez PepsiCo
- Calgary, AB
All about numbers and not afraid to use intimidation and lyes to achieve this. Their is no place for family life here it’s all work. They don’t even have Christmas party’s under a guise of being inclusive.
A lot of autonomy was provided along with coaching and mentoring through management. Was fun to work with friends and their referral program was very smart to growing team morale.
Free pop and chips sometimes
long hours to get job done and not OT if on salary
For the most part, working at PepsiCo is an enjoyable experience. However, hours can be long and gruelling as the job and management expect an extremely high level of performance from their staff. Some managers are unorganized and forgetful. Driving all the time can be hard, especially in the winter months. If you want to work for PepsiCo expect your vehicle to mile out very quickly without really good compensation. Also, expect to be tracked with everything you do, including GPS tracking.
Good people and a good team, great work experience as they have decent training programs
Long hours, HEAVY workload
The workplace environment is awesome; everyone is welcoming from day one and is more than happy to help and give advice. My time as an intern was an experience that I will never forget because of what I have learnt and the people that I worked with. Everyday was different in the office and it was never boring. Working at PepsiCo demands that you are able to multitask and be adaptable to all situations as the issues and projects are always changing. Nothing was truly to hard to tackle however because the PepsiCo team is always there to support you.
I had a pleasure of working at PepsiCo where I developed professional skills around managers that acted as coaches rather than bosses. They continuously encourage you to grow and provide several opportunities to advance in both roles and responsibilities.
I worked as a merchandiser for Pepsi during my summers home from school, it was a great job at the beginning with lots of hours and alot of freedom. As time went on the hours were reduced as well as the freedom. my biggest problem with the job was that the manager that i worked for was replaced 4 times over the three years i was working there so i was never able to build a solid level of trust or communication with any individual. Over all it was a good summer job but i couldn't see working as a merchandiser for more than that.
freedom to do schedule your day the way you wanted.
poor management and low hours.