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Hi I was a delivery driver Toronto I would say, won’t get into full time position for everManagement was goodDrive chips to location hand balm on skids and receivers take advantage and you move chips to where they want them. Didn’t appreciate doing their job!You must pick up all the cardboard all day and it becomes a job in itself... then at the end of the day you need to bundle all the cardboard and they have to be all colour coordinated..Wasn’t my best job experience
Never get in their union
This is a great place to work. The work load isn’t by any means unrealistic. The culture at Frito-Lay is second to none. I left because of restructuring of the warehouse. I would definitely work for the PepsiCo group again if an opportunity come up. It’s a great company.
Would like more hours/shifts
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.
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You are expected to drive 40' tractor trailer into places that they do not belong. The company will sacrifice safety for delivery. I have had 8 managers/supervisors/interns in the last 4 years, none of which had any driving or delivery experience. The trucks break down daily, the trailers are trashed and full of black mold, and this is the second summer of no AC (they continue to look into it), and the equipment is always broken, or falling apart. The "Drivers Board" is based on seniority, based on hire date, and based on work available, so many times your left waiting for a 4:30 am phone call each day that doesn't come. You have an option to Merchandise (fill store shelves) for far less pay and tends to be more work, all while driving your own vehicle to each store. Many times you only get two driving shifts a week and on those two days senior drivers are in on OT or Double OT. If a route opens up and nobody takes it you are forced based on seniority to take it, often times being thrown on a 7pm-3am night shift 5 days a week, usually with 2 days notice. As a new driver, with the least seniority this is the route you will start on. 3 days off in a row are rare, even after working 4x10's they will call you with one day off and expect you to come in. This is not a company you want to try and start out in, their is no advancement, you lose any and all seniority if you leave the drivers board to work in the warehouse or anywhere else in the country in the same position. There is no schedule, no routine, and must be available 6 days a week.
On call 6 days a week, long days, no schedule. Horrible driving and working conditions, poor truck, trailer and equipment condition.
I work currently work in Grande Prairie location and have for over 4 years! I love the fact it’s typically a 4 day work week and getting FT hours and then some as there’s OT Readily available for those who want it! Benefits are beyond Fantastic as I have 2 kids they offer medical & dental as well as eye glasses etc the past 2 years I’ve Broke 6 Figuers EASILY with a decent home/work balance I totally recommend this place to anyone!
Great Money, Benefits, Paid uniform & Boot Allowance
Cold Winters & Hot Summers working in All Elements of weather
Great for short term ... long term employment would be impossible .. company likes to turn over employees fast so they don't pay benefits , vacation
Very demanding job .... very little respect ... top management is very narcissistic and lie promising full time when they have no intentions of it. Management make big promises just to keep people until they are no longer needed and let them go without notice. Great employment for casual or student workers.
pay is Ok
not good if you want a permanent job.
If you're new to delivery and driving; training is available until you're comfortable on your own. Co-workers are friendly and very helpful good overall morale. Management's door was always open and available. Very physically demanding position to start as seniority usually determines how many cases to be lumped falling to the last guy on the list (keeps you in good shape!). Some merchandising is involved during the week to keep you working to get your hours. Highly recommend :)
Lots of hours during peak summer
Slower during fall and spring
4 day work week, reasonable amount of overtime required.excellent pay and benefits.very physical , heavy lifting.great people , bosses , and customers.
Long days, may take long time to get full time employment
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I loved working here. I was on a contact and they didn't need me at the end (end of summer/busy season). Pay is phenomenal for the amount of work you do. If you do Route Sales you're making at least 50 grand a year. Drivers make a flat rate of 200/day, my typical day as a driver - I started at 3AM to load my truck, normally finished around 11AM. Some days were 10 hours (which they base your pay on. 4 days a week working, 10/hours a day flat rate). I had maybe 3 11/12 hour days because of long wait times for other trucks to deliver and get out of the bay. I had about 5 days where I was done my delivers and back in shop heading back home and I only worked a total of 5-6 hours (still getting that full days pay feels great!). As a Route Sales Rep you load your truck, drive to your stores, drop off the chips and merchandise them on to the shelves. Place your order, and go to the next store. You get a flat 8.5% commission on the product you deliver to the store. Typically I was taking home about 850/week on average. Working 8-11 hours a day, 5 days a week. When busy season really started, I got moved to delivery driver. If I was able to stay on as Route Sales Rep during the summer I would have been pulling in about 1400/week after taxes. Some Route Sales Rep guys make 75k a year... to deliver and merchandise chips... not bad. Some days you have to haul but, it's not heavy work, but you have to move fast if you don't want your day to be 14 hours long. Co workers are awesome, friendly, helpful. You really only see them in the warehouse when you're loading your - plus...
Full time get company pension, flex benefits and RRSP matching. Co Coworkers and management are great. Pay is great.
The occassional long day. Occassional computer programs are frustrating.
Pepsico is a great place to work i would to anyone to work there. A typical day at work is pick up your run sheet, inspect your truck before you go on the road. The hardest part of the job is when u take the product off the truck and the customers don't have the money to pay you.
Arrive at work at 5:15 am. Grab computer & paperwork. Circle check the truck, then drive the truck through verification building & head to first call on the daily route. Go over customers order & payment before delivering product via a hand cart, from the single axel A-Z vehicle. Complete order, print bill, and proceed to next customer as per the manifest. We generally work alone which is well siuted to me. The job can involve taking large orders down or up stairs, in various conditions.A general good feeling of satisfaction is given when a day is completed.
working alone, hourly wage
work conditions with high volume, heavy wieght 80-250 lbs per cart load.
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