The process took 3 days - interviewed at Frito-Lay in November 2011.
Interview Details –
The intial contact with HR was thru a thirty minute phone interivew, which consisted of two or three behavioral questions.
The second interview was an all day interview that lasted about 6 hours. It included a panel interview with six individuals, the applicants rotated through groups of 2 panel memebers.
Lastly, I was invited back for a job shawdow, by the end of the week I was offered the position.
Interview Question – How would you solve a complex problem? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Frito Lay typically hires engineers or business majors for their Operations Manager positions. I graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering and once through the process realized that the off shift hours, long hours, and lack of engineering work did not appeal to me.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Frito-Lay in July 2011.
Interview Details – Consisted of 2 phone interviews and a 1:1 interview. All of the interviews mainly consisted of behavioral type questions. After the 1:1 interview, I was told that a decision would be made witin the next couple of days. The very next day the contacted me with a great offer.
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Frito-Lay in May 2011.
Interview Details – Campus interview - then site interview meeting with 5 different managers - some talked more about the company and did not ask questions while others asked very technical questions or some philosophical questions regarding hourly employees. After job offer, there was a pretty good onboarding process that has since been abandoned. Today, it more or less - sink or swim. Limited onboarding, little formal training beyond technicians.
Negotiation Details – Was not very knowledgeable about negotiating at the time - would definitely attempt to get more vacation time if you have previous work experience -but, get it in writing.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Frito-Lay in February 2010.
Interview Details – Well what can I say. Interviews were very long, I'd say about 3-4hrs long for first interviews which consisted of 8 people interviewing you. After that was I lucky enough to get called back for a work-with out of a large group that interviewed. The work with went very well. Then the day right after I received a huge offer, graduating top of my class in starting pay without a doubt. Amazing company overall. They have a unique program in training new young talent which not that many companies do. Dream job hands down, endless growth opportunities available.
Interview Question – Have you ever faced a conflict with a worker? How did you resolve it? Answer Question
The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Frito-Lay in January 2010.
Interview Details – Frito-lay is team work and team member empowrement company.
Interview Question – they were all equally difficul, i dont remember which one really stood up to me View Answer
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