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I formally drove a geo box truck route. The pallet jacks are much more efficient than downstacking and dollying the drinks in. I would unload my carts, check in, stock and clean shelves.
Good pay, benefits, time off, should I stop? New equipment
Having to cover for absentees and work gardening
Worst company ever here in Georgia Management doesn’t know what are they are doing , they play buddy buddy with some employees even go out for drink , truck are not assigned to drivers so you have to use a different truck everyday . Every day you have to see if you have the equipment to work on your route ( pallet jacks sled etc) of course trucks are not ready with equipment. They Waranty you a salary but to achieve that salary you have to work 14 hours + day at the end they can keep there drinks and learn how to treat people ...
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I love driving the truck and making deliveries. It made the day go by. You got off fairly early in the day. The benefits were great. I plan to work in the distribution business again.
Free lunch sometimes and free drinks. off on the weekends
The one good thing about Pepsi is that they give you an opportunity without previous driving experience. You also have the opportunity to make descent money, but you work harder than you should due to the lack of support from management and equipment issues.
The good thing about this company are the people you meet. Other than that your waiting to be loaded and not being communicated on what’s going on.
Definitely a place that would get you in through the interview but don’t live up to the expectations of what the job in tells. They don’t communicate on what’s going on at all. Don’t care about anything really expected their products.
They’ll feed you breakfast occasionally, your coworkers are cool and respectful.
Don’t care about their workers, lack of communication, sarcastic managers who never answer your questions.
Their pay sucks.they only start you off at 17.50 a hour and they overload you with stops.th we re a union company so if u get a easy route someone with more time can take your route
With no questions asked.
With no questions asked.
long hours for lil pay
Work/home life balance is way out. 14+ hours a day, enough time to go home, eat dinner and take a nap before going to work again in the morning. Very early start times. Expected to get all deliveries done even though the trucks were supposed to stop by 5pm. Pay isn’t worth the stress of stuffing a rig inside a gas station or making deliveries on the sides of busy streets, plus dealing with receivers at larger grocery stores that treat you like you just ruined their day by showing up with product for their store.
Being a PepsiCo driver is a good gig if you don’t mind working yourself into a early grave. Pepsi only cares about getting their products out by any means so if you have a 1,100 cases 14 hour day then so be it. A lot of manual labor you might get home at 5pm but u gotta be sleep by 10 since we have to be up at 330am to be at work by 4 and the pay is not worth it to me I humped 1000 cases and got 100 dollars nah I’m good on Pepsi this is just my opinion Pepsi may be great for u but it’s a no for me dawg
Its hard working for Pepsi while I had fun there getting to know customers it was hard trying to find a balance between getting the job done quickly so i could get back home and enjoy time with friends but the job really didn't leave much room for that so be careful
Good benefits and get free stuff
No breaks and long hours
I liked the people I worked with. Got to work in other states. They gave yearly raises and would allow time off when needed for family emergencies or dr appointments.
Free drinks while at work.
Sometimes had to work nights.
While they will train people for their cdls and to work on beverage fountains, on the flipside management doesn't provide good training for people with no prior experience. They get impatient and nasty, and even one route manager insulted a veteran driver in for no reason in front of me. Furthermore, it's cutthroat workplace where there is no positive reinforcement. They are also sexist towards women working in the warehouse or as drivers.
Full-time, year-round, benefits, will train people to get their cdl or fix and repair fountains
Non-Union, no job security, poor training, abusive management, and sexism
PepsiCo is willing to exploit the glut in the labor market by under compensating well qualified drivers who should start at 20 per hour. This is a foreign owned corporation, not a US company.