Overall Reviews at Frito-Lay
Certified Trainer | El Paso, TX | Nov 13, 2019
Productive and stable
Frito-Lay provides a work environment where leadership interacts with subordinate on a daily basis and encourage self growth. Benefits are great and can be a career enhancing opportunity.
Pest Control Technician | Arlington, TX | Dec 23, 2020
good competitive pay good benefits
start times are challenging a bit too early enjoy tv in breakroom and company picnics are great ,good atmosphere with coworkers, good discounts on company store products overall good facility to work at.
Prossome good dinners for good performaces for plant efforts as a whole and differnt team efforts
Route Sales Representative | Lawrenceville, GA | Aug 11, 2020
Great opportunity for growth
I enjoyed working here because I knew I wouldn't get stuck in one job position. Every day was different but I was able to meet new people and new skills.
Route Sales Representative | Jackson, TN | Apr 23, 2020
Great company to work for typical day is loading the truck going to servie customers. Management is great they let you do your job without micromanaging.
Forklift Operator | Bakersfield, CA | Apr 8, 2020
Thanks to my job I learned many things
I started in 1994 and went through different types of jobs with in the company til I became a machine operator. Each day was different sometimes difficult sometimes great,a lot of trouble shooting involved. The typical day was to acomplish no down time. Lots of overtime good pay and lots of friends too much management turnover all in all good place to work.
Machine Operator | Jonesboro, AR | Nov 4, 2016
very productive place to work
I loved everything about my job. I had days that were tiresome and adventurous. I was in sanitation when i first started. Then I moved to packaging. i stayed in packaging for a while. Then I had the opportunity to move to another department. Which i did in April of this year. I was trained to be and Operational Machine Specialists(OMS). In the Processing Department. I learned alot as a Operator. I learned to recognize different seasoning for each line. I was taught how to disassemble and assemble each line. I had to monitored the seasoning that was transfered into each line and if there was a problem. I would do my best to fixed the problem. If i was unsuccessful i would contact maintenance.
Information Systems Manager | Plano, TX | Apr 17, 2012
A great place to work.
The most enjoyable part about working for this company are the people, values and learning opportunities. The diversity program for this company was outstanding. PepsiCo makes the best effort to include each and everyone of its employees in the running of its day to day business. There is no place for can't do, because ultimately it the environment which tells you ... you can do.
Prosworklife balance, employee support
Conspromotability from internal.
Inspector/Packer | Pulaski, TN | Mar 6, 2019
Good money but you're going to work overtime...ALOT
Pay is good but until your 20-30 yrs senior, you are low man on the totem poll and first to be forced into overtime. Seniority rules and I get it however if you're starting out be prepared to work overtime and alot of it.
Packaging Operator | York, PA | Oct 10, 2018
just bad man i cant believe the way it is in there i mean the people are stressed and overworked and nobody wants to be there because of how the management is. they treat people like animals and just barely scrape by on all AIB/health and safety audits
Continuous Improvement Manager | Redmond, WA | Aug 21, 2017
ok place to work at. great co-workers with in the distribution center. management could be a lot better and held themselves more accountable and keep there promises..