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The current management team is a joke and has no clue what they are doing. They are not consistent with the way they handle things. The only decent start time only has around 20 openings out of over 100 total so you have to sacrifice a social life until you can work your way up high enough which takes a long time.
Management and hours
Worst company ever. Dont ever expect home time or sleep. Management and corporate dont care about anything but money in their own pockets. Money is ok, but at the cost of your body and you family life. Please stay away for you own good.
Could've been a decent place to gain CDL experience. Trainer and manager were a toxic combination. You can be a superb employee who does everything expected and somehow the manager would still attempt to make it seem as if you weren’t doing enough.
Hardest job ever. Compensation not enough for what you have to do on the job. You will be forced to work weekends and holidays at early am hours if you have low seniority. You will also have to do other types of work as needed for lower pay. Management will not be honest about all the details upon hire. The pay scale with variable rate overtime is a joke. You are better off finding a lower paying hourly jjob and earning time and a half .
This could be a great place to work if the company truly evaluate their staffing and equipment. If you’re a new driver don’t apply! You’ll just be setting yourself up for failure! They have the blind leading the blind in instructing how to drive their horribly outdated trucks! Yes trucks in their fleet are 20yrs plus old and they stick new driver with them! Yet they’re still hiring! Go figure!! Ha ha What a joke!
There’s always free water
VERY BAD EQUIPMENT!
I gained so much needed experience at PepsiCo as an undergraduate. The Management team helps you every step of the way to find a good fit within the organization that best fits your skills. You get a good view of each part of the sales team, and then work on a personal project for the duration of your internship.
Great Pay, Great Management Team, Great Learning Experience
When I started all anyone could talk about was how great the job USED to be. I was happy because it was seemingly less work than my previous job with similar pay. Turns out the work itself while simple in nature is subject to the elements. You have to work outside regardless of the weather conditions. Its not just a walk from the truck to the store its pulling things off the trailer from 14 different bays in rain sleet sun or snow. Its hard on the body. All I do is deliver cases but it used to be that the drivers were also the sales reps and built orders and made more money i guess??? Who knows! About 4 of the more senior guys quit at the end of the summer and after working a few 14 hour days I'm starting to see why. Even the senior guys that stuck around have said that this summer is the worst its ever been, so its hard for me to know what to do and if i can plan to stay here and trudge through the BS or not. They pay to train and give you CDL-A but you have to stay for 3 months to keep it. No PTO until a year of service.
Free Class A training and testing, decent benefits, Union
Have to work in inclement weather, low cases equals low pay, Union
Too many days and hours a week and one day off will have you exhausted, a very fast pace job for too many days and hours a week, and the supervisors are always looking at you
Make good amount of money
Work too many days and hours a week
I was hired by Pepsi because of my great communication skills demonstrated while working for their affiliate, Plastipak Packaging. I came aboard as the Product Availability Supervisor, meaning I was in control of the dock loaders moving finished product from the warehouse onto pallets, to be loaded onto trucks waiting to deliver these goods to their customers. I also assisted in supervising the loading of bulk loading, which delivered goods to gas stations and convenience stores. I finished my day by assuring the loading sheets matched the driver's scanning devices. Management was extremely informative of all happenings company, as well as departmental wide. The work environment was fast paced, as these trucks must be loaded in a timely fashion. The hardest part of the job was dealing with union issues, as sometimes the workers would take advantage of us to allow us to let them load at their own pace, instead of ours. The most enjoyable part was the opportunities to work many hours (as I was an hourly employee) and have a bigger paycheck when i desired one.
Excellent benefit package
Long hours over holidays, unionized environmental issues
I enjoyed the management and the training process. Once I completed my training, I struggled to complete all of the deliveries in the time allotted. I felt like I gave my best effort, but was constantly working 14 hour days and running afoul of DOT regulations. Good company. Good people. Tough job.
Great place to work. I enjoyed my 5 years at Pepsi. Worked with many kind and hard working people. I learned a lot about the business and was able to get some good networking for future endeavors.
It was a great experience to work for PepsiCo. Flexible Schedules, 5 weeks and 2 days of PTO per year. Great Benefits. Used hand held computers ad was able to digitally inventory vending machines. Travelled locally and had many machines at local colleges and Universities and businesses in the Twin Cities area. Good mangement very personable staff they were easy to talk to and were very helpful with problem solving. Hardest part of the job was physical labor after 30 years it was starting to wear me out.