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The entire building and all the different departments have double standards. Everyone hates their job and complains about management. Communication between floor worker and management is frail.
3 day work weeks, 12 hr shifts
If you wish to succeed and go up in a company... this isn't the company for you . There's alot of favoritism within the work place. The people you work with however make the job enjoyable. Pay is good hours aren't bad. They will say ur performance is key. It is a big company therefore you are just a number to them . Your numbers do not matter. As long as they get the day finished on time that's all they care for .
Typical day at work in the warehouse at the Lethbridge site involves lowering your expectations of the food service industry. I learned to drive forklift but also not care about cleaning up and only focus on numbers and getting things done fast. Management only focuses on numbers and getting things done faster. Not much focus on Health and Safety, even though they always say that's the most important. The workplace culture is typically to go behind someone's back to get ahead. No one likes going to work and they all complain amongst themselves about how bad it is. The "Speak up" line is garbage. Hardest part of the job is standing on your feet all day and listen to management lie to your face and workers complain. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning to drive forklift.
Pay is alright, Benefits are good
Long hours on your feet, Unaccountable management, Dirty work environment
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A very good place to work. Lots of challenges and long hours but, good colleagues and management. The only time you feel not worth this place is when you personally screw up or have difficulty adapting to fast pace production environments.
PepsiCo Just revoked incentives for employees who worked hard to get into management . Working their way from the bottom. Just to be told they want to focus on outside talent instead of developing within. Another words if you don't have a degree your advancement opportunities are next to nothing. All opportunities to advance wages..GONE get development training GONE....any type of movement GONE. Another words if you are happy being a grunt and don't want to advance you career at all....this is the place for you.Unless you have a engineering degree, then you will be catered to like a walking god.
No degree no advancement
The company is still mechanically backwards and there is no room for development coupled with a long hour of working on a shift. It usually tiring as people with higher educational qualification are not given room to progress on the job.
No room for development
Very hard culture to thrive in. Everything is about the results and it doesn't matter how you get them or who you run over to get them. I have never had such little support from my direct supervisor in my life and human resources was there to put up more roadblocks for you than anything. You were expected to run full plant operations and do ad-hoc projects on the side regardless of how much overtime you needed to do to accomplish them. There was no such thing as Work/Life balance, they expected that work was your life.
Good Salary and Benefits
Long Hours, Little Support
a very conducive environment to work skill development great management everybody comes together once a month to talk about what to do to make the company grow
fair enough pay
Good pay but physical work. High expectations for employees with number system, very unreliable system. Good benefits. Picking and loading cases into trailers or accumulation. Lots of standing up forklift driving around warehouse for grabbing pallets with boxes of chips.
Pay was alright for the position and the work, but the job was tedious and rarely satisfying. Management strongly focuses on results; ergonomics, safety, and positive workplace culture slipped significantly during my tenure, with minor achievements along the way. Retiring employees were given little or no fanfare. Numerous lifetime employees were forced out of the company or given little consideration during a so-called 'Kaizen' meant to reduce operating costs. Employee recognition heavily favors specific positions in the plant. Management occasionally catered meals and bbq lunches if employees met specific production, cost, and safety goals. If you're okay picking up a mercenary paycheck, you could do much much worse for less.
Decent pay, ok benefits
Long hours, frequent unscheduled overtime, poor management
They will give you your schedule after you passed the interview and makes you think that you already had the job. Though you still have to make it through the physical they and if you fail..... Everything will be gone. GONE. Without any considerations
With the 12 hr shifts on nights and the rotation there's not much of a work / life balance. There is a lot of favouritism and it brings down team moral. The pay is good but your personal life suffers for it. They start you with 2 - 3 weeks vacation each year which is nice but when it's slow and they cut your shifts you will need to use the days to make up a full paycheck. As with any big company their bottom line is profit and you're just a number to them. Equipment breaks frequently and they still expect you to meet the shifts produced case numbers regardless. Some of their expectations are ridiculously high for the number of people working in the time allotted to do them.
Good pay and benefits, BBQ's
There is a lot of favouritism, not much of a work / life balance when your on nights.