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A typical day at Pepsi co was working with good and helpful employees and a fun work environment. the most enjoyable part of my time at Pepsi co would be the fun and laughs I had with my employees
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
Toxic culture, with toxic management team. Frontline employees are worked until they break, and then questioned why they can't hit standards. Warehouse is not air conditioned and working in this environment temperatures reach over 45 degrees, not to mention the forklift and production fumes. Overall bad environment to work.
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It was a big company you were not treated very well by the management staff as well as the other employees long hours split shifts not a steady work schedule every week I was starting and ending at different times it was extremely difficult to plan things
Wasn't treated well
My daily job would be to operate and maintain forklift, as well as completing various tasks with the assistance of the forklift. Many skills were necessary on any given day and I learned a lot of vital skills throughout my term here. Along with operation of the forklift I also maintained trucks and relocated them in the lot.
Nice staff and workers, A day at work is good not rushed take your time, my co worker trained me very well and fun to work with. Office staff very polite and outgoing, the supervisor are excellent and very polite and nice, they understand you when you have a bad day or not feeling well. The best thing I like to do is throw away expired pop and repack the pop. Getting experience on the forklift and other job opportunity when I can learn much as I can in the warehouse
Rude, un-coordinated supervisors Very dangerous Very physical Unfair managers long hours has a contract system that makes absolutely no sense and short changes their workers. managers don't always pay full amount on pay checks. They cut corners to save the company money. Worst company i've ever worked for.
Worked at high pace, had to hit deadlines and guidelines on work ethic. Learnt a lot about everything that comes with working in a Warehouse and a Production area. My co- workers were one of the best parts of working there. The Management wasn't that special but they did what they had to do to get by. There is no such thing was the hardest part of my job but if i had to choice one it would have to be putting up with some of the people that work there. The best part of my job at Pepsi would have to be the benefits and the wages.
High Supervisor turnaround rate. Too many employees, very congested workplace
This is probably where I acquired most of my forklift driving experience. Physical labor all day, sometimes in 40 degree heat (in the summer) which is alright because I dont mind working hard unlike many other people out there
During my career at PepsiCo I performed most of the jobs that were hourly work. When I started it was Quaker Oats and was a great place to work. However after the acquisition by Pepsi many things changed in the way things were done at all levels and it was much less favourable from an employee point of view. Pepsi decided to close the plant in 2009 and trying to acquire another suitable job has been difficult. The people I worked with were always terrific and quick to help. The most enjoyable thing for me was the stability of knowing a solid job was there for me every day.
really good collective agreement
2009 plant closure
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