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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.
Independence, consistent hours
without proper gear for a large part of my time there (company phone to scan into stores), Hard physical labour.
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They promise you this pay until you find out you have to work there for 8 months before you get the full pay . Some trainers are ok others will abuse you and belittle you . When you first start management will follow you around and pop up unexpectedly makeing you feel on edge all the time . They will lay you off also in slow season . If you don’t mind this by all means apply
Management, being laid off
it was well organised ,safe work environment,organised, timely updated by the manger.I been trained properly and aware about the new product in the market.
Pepsi is a giant corporation where you are just another number. Give it a try if you like conformity and communication, lots and lots and lots of communicating
wage is ok but lowest of all departments
2 days notice for new schedule, long hours, bad pallet jacks at stores, store management
Used to be a good place to work but over the years with different management changes it changed. There is no work life balance. Management is under experienced in managing staff and issues.
Irregularity and Management
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- Edmonton, AB
As a part time job, this company is great. However, for full-time, there is very little recognition from management about your job performance. Management also does not generally follow their job descriptions and are usually in "meetings". In a merchandising role, it is expected that you align your work day hours with the delivery times of the orders you work. This could mean that you start your day at noon if your orders are on a late truck, and you do not find out until maybe the night before, but most often the morning of. As sales, it is expected that you work a 10 hour day minimum, even though your salary is based off an 8 hour day. You are given no sick days, and your holiday days are very "negotiable" in the way that if management has already cleared your holiday but decides they need you for one of the days, they will just take away that day.
Good pay for students/part time for what the work is.
Most everything else.
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.
4 day a week is a nice work week. Good ppl and nice to be home every day. Every job has it ms good an bad this one is no different. Fast paced environment Monday to Saturday all shifts available
Long hard days
Greatest strength is products brand and its scale as company. There are opportunities available in different cities. Great opportunities to progress and learn different areas of such a massive company.
I work at night shift which was perfect on my schedule.I've learned to operate forklift, and the management were willing to train us into other fields in the warehouse which i loved and appreciated it,i always wanted to learn new stuff.Everyone in the warehouse help each other and everyone are friendly.Management were strict but very supportive to their subordinates.They make sure everyone is happy and enjoys the job.I don't have anything bad to tell since it was a a very good place to work.
great company to work with
People were great ! Supervisors were very polite and helpful. Coworkers were great and helpful. All experiences were very positive! Warehouse personnel were polite and always helpful.
Great job, great people. Great workout
Long hours. Work, eat, sleep. No time for family
For the first couple months I couldn't say enough about how much i enjoyed this company and my job. The people here are great but there is no communication between management and other staff. Everything is last minute and disorganized. The admins get dumped with everything regardless of whether or not they actually have the time or the advanced knowledge of systems and programs to perform these tasks. There is no follow up or follow through on anything. Definite lack of leadership. They advance people that are under qualified with little to no work ethic just so that someone else has to deal with them. Very mundane job once you get the hang of it. Salary is average and vacation is good. Benefits are mediocre at best. They do put on some really nice team builders and other activities for their employees. This would be a great company if they could get some management that actually manages and not hire mediocre sales staff just to fill the gap because they were in a hurry.
great vacation and pension plans. Great people, fun team activities
mismanagement, disorganized, lack of communication
I have nothing negative to say except for I learned a lot and became a more experienced worker overall, one can learn a lot about PepsiCo and how it was founded. A lot to learn a lot to do multitasking, condensing pallets and organizing the backroom as well as the shelves