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Pepsico is a great place to kick off a sales career. A GEO sales role like I was in required a lot of merchandising in both small and large format accounts. The merchandising requirement (and minimum 55 hour work week) make PepsiCo a tough place to stay long-term. Injuries are common. Many use this role as a stepping stone, which is a shame as there's real potential for a great permanent position in these roles.
It's a very lonely job. Managers are new graduates and they have not any experience. My company phone and email account was given 5 months after I started working. Nobody in the company knows anyone. Employee turn over is very high. Nobody work as a Sales Rep. in Pepsico, We are working like a grocery clerk. In my opinion, they have to change the title of this job to Grocery Clerk.
poor management, long working hour
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A revolving door of managers who have little experience actually managing people and or knowledge of business. 5 managers in 6 years. Terribly un-organized Fleet always broken down and putting workers at risk. No heat in the warehouse while working.
The pay and benefits are good. No advancement unless you are a chosen one. Boring job nonetheless- work solo filling chips day in and day out. Management is generally about themselves and what makes them look good.
Flexible start time
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
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Sales Representative positions
A very strong work ethic is needed as it is physical. Time management skills an asset. Team oriented and goal driven. Safety a priority. Do your best, meet targets and have fun.
Very little supervision, left to your own devices.
Assistance can be hard to come by when you’re on the road alone.
It a very fast pace company with lots on the go. Co-worker are helpful and management gives you your own space to get ahead. It constantly changing and lots of information to get the job done correctly.
You can pace yourself
Long hour most times
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.
Frito Lay / PepsiCo is a great company to work for with great benefits, great people, and opportunity for advancement and growth. This is an excellent place to work. The DSL's really want you to succeed. They are a good and stable company to work for.
This is a big global company, and you know it. If you don't know it, you will find out very fast. There is sometimes a lack of humanity with how they handle things, because it's so big that there's a policy somewhere to handle most cases. Every thing has a standard procedure or method. If you like working your solid 40 hours for what is generally the highest payscale in this industry, don't ask too many questions, enjoy job security and never criticize management- this is a great place to be. People do stay for many years. If you are creative and enjoy unique/non-repetitive tasks coming up frequently in your work, you will suffer here.
fair pay, market leader, benefits, security
you are a splinter of a big wooden ship sailing the seas of commerce, And the ship never docks at port.
As a"Sales Rep" 99.9% of the time you'll stock shelves in isolation. There is no room for career advancement despite on-boarding HR promises of culturing talent from within and successful completion of special projects because HR "profiles candidates". The profile they are looking for is if you've been hired within the "New Graduate Program" (with extra points for being female). If you fit this profile you are pre-ordained to fast-track through multiple roles.
Good job security
Very physically demanding
The onboarding and training process for a sales position sets one up to be successful both in the job and for future sales roles. The marketing programs for products you represent are innovative and exciting to be a part of.