"Being a merchandiser has its perks. You tend to work alone and make decisions on the fly which is nice. You get about 56 cents per mile when you drive from the plant to various stores. Pay depends whether you are part time or full time (full time makes more per hour). Be decently fit and have a thick skin - there will be days where you are the scapegoat and get blamed by the store or sales rep for the other merchandiser's mistakes. Stores you service can make or break your day too."
"I've been employed with PepsiCo since 2003. It's a very competitive business. They do believe in supporting their employees and they also do have decent medical, vision, and dental benefits. Its just been pretty repetitive and it a business career for a lot of people, just at this time not me. I feel it's not what I want to retire from."
"Worked on the engineering side of a very cool project for the PepsiCo company. A lot of traveling and a lot of overtime but the project was interesting and the people were great. Would love to hear back from them for another position."
"Good beverage industry to work with and getting enormous knowledge in the sap industry."
"Started as a contractor and was moved to an employee role approximately 1 year later. Very focused on community engagement and supporting and driving diversity."
"Very good place to work! Great environment and great people."
"I've worked for PepsiCo for almost 3 years. The opportunities for development are global, but you must be your best advocate and put your career first. PepsiCo is a great place to work if you can be in charge of your career."
"Awesome company to work for."
"I have worked for this company for over 10 years and it's the worst company to ever work for. Management and higher ups do not care about their drivers, merch, bcr, and warehouse the hardest workers at PepsI . Their equipment is outdated including their trucks (how embarrassing) a billion dollar company that never upgrades, is always on a budget, never throws Xmas parties, ALWAYS MESSING OUR CHECKS UP every week looking for an excuse to not pay. NOT A GOOD COMPANY TO WORK FOR."
"I have worked for PepsiCo for close to a year. I have enjoyed working as a production support analyst with PepsiCo."
"I've worked for PepsiCo since 2005, and promoted to other department within organization, was able to reach out and support employees' equipment globally."
"I've worked for PepsiCo for 4 months. Like any big corporation, you are at the mercy of the direction that Pepsico wants to go. One moment you could have a work/home life balance and the next you could be working 60 hours a week. You are a sales rep for them and if they want you to sell more, then you sell it."
"Excellent company to work for when you have a chance to be successful with all the tools you need. A company that has a strong foundation of values and has a purpose for doing business. An ethical institution that is customer driven, Safety and Quality focus for the well being of employees, customers and employees."
"They are moving Data Center to Texas so jobs going from Winston-Salem. All Top managers are in Texas so less opportunity for Winston staff for a personal meeting. In Texas there are having huge Data Centers in Plano and RDC and never got chance to see them being in North Carolina. It was a good experience working with Pepsico."
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