On average, employees at Frito Lay give their company a 3.5 rating out of 5.0 - which is 11% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Frito Lay employees are Sales Representatives submitting an average rating of 4.8 and Route Sales Representatives with a rating of 3.6.
"Great place to work so far, solid benefits and pretty decent compensation for very easy work. The interview process is a little detached from the reality of your work and the person I spoke to painted an entirely different picture of the job they were going to be offering me. I was upset originally about that but it is incredibly easy to change your job at any given time while working for this company so I'm not too worried."
"I've been with pepsico/Frito lay since 2013 and the company has been great to me! You will definitely earn your money and some days will be much longer than some but at the end you will have plenty of support from upper management"
"Good for diversity candidates. Others not so much. Most management is very young and robotic. Not human."
"Horrible! Worst work-life balance. Supervisors don’t care about the front line. Hiring young people to bully the sales force. Upper management doesn’t care and expects you to work 7 days if necessary. Upper management lies to you and they manipulate your plan to keep you from making bonuses."
"Good company, lots of work to be done."
"I've been at Frito Lay for more than 12 years now, and have been very thankful for the stability and income that they have provided me. That being said, the opportunities to advance from Frontline Sales into middle management are very few and far between. Compensation has been lowered and moved from "commission" to "bonus", and the process by which Sales positions are paid in this bonus program is far too confusing for even the most experienced of representatives."
"I have worked for Frito Lay since 2015. The hours are long but the pay is good. Frito Lay is the leader in the snack industry in the world so there is a ton of job security."
"I have worked for Frito-Lay for about 5 months, I picked the job up after being laid off from my Sales Manger job at the start of the pandemic. My experience with the company has not been great so far. I fell ill a little over a month ago, and they told me to fill out for short term disability, the claim was denied and I have been stuck in a loop ever since. Unfortunately, I haven't been getting paid, bills have been stacking and I have ended up in more debt with this job than what it is worth."
"Frito-lay is a very good place to work for and the benefits are great."
"In spite of the current Covid pandemic (this is being written March 2020) we are expected to continue as usual, potentially exposing us and our families to this dangerous illness that has already claimed tens of thousands of lives worldwide. The company issued a $25 per day bonus as compensation for a max of 125 a week, no more than 4 weeks. We are "important, appreciated, and worth a lot to the company." We are also being asked to be flexible with our time (work extra shifts and off days) to ensure our customers (stores) are taken care of (have plenty of junk food)."
"I beleive that working for Frito Lay would be good if you are a highschool student just trying to make some extra cash. I don't think this is a good fit for someone with bills, a morgage, a family, due to the pay being very very low."
"I’ve worked for Frito Lay since 2014. Moved up through hard work. Tough work-life balance but the job is very rewarding."
"As a District Sales Leader at PepsiCo, Frito Lay Department I managed a team of eight sales professionals with 13-15 stores per route. I Successfully interacted with 195 customers and effectively sold and executed sales programs and initiatives. I researched potential customers, reviewed sales leads and establish communication with potential customers to build a relationship that led to sales for their company as well as ours. I demonstrated both strong leadership and communication skills as well as thrived in a fast-paced, constantly changing work environment."
"Great company to work for. Great working hours, sometime things get forced out that you have to the role with and communication can be chaotic."
"Frito lay is good company. During my time there they really cared about there employees, they are a billion dollar company , another thing they have stocks and they are the on the East coast and west coast."
Frito Lay has an overall rating of 3.5 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 55 Frito Lay Review Ratings left anonymously by Frito Lay employees, which is 10% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 78% of employees would recommend working at Frito Lay.
Frito Lay employees earn $45,000 annually on average, or $22 per hour, which is 32% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 21 Frito Lay employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Frito Lay Salaries by Job Title.
78% of employees would recommend working at Frito Lay with the overall rating of 3.5 out of 5. Employees also rated Frito Lay 3.2 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.2 for Rewards You Receive, 3.0 for Growth Opportunities and 3.4 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Frito Lay is a Distribution Supervisor at $160,000 annually. Browse Frito Lay Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Frito Lay is a Production Technician at $16,000 annually. Browse Frito Lay Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Frito Lay to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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