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2 days ago

Facility Operations Manager (FOM) – new

PepsiCo King of Prussia, PA

• Interface with product direct delivery customers; vend customers and Frito-Lay Sales associates • Confirm that orders pulled by salesmen exactly… PepsiCo

5 days ago

Warehouse Certifier

PepsiCo Philadelphia, PA

At PBC, employees have an Unquenchable Spirit to delight consumers with the brands they love, to improve the communities in which they live and work… PepsiCo

16 days ago

Team Sports Manager - Gatorade

PepsiCo Philadelphia, PA

and Accountability: The Team Sports Manager (TSM) is one of the most critical roles within our Gatorade Business Unit. This individual is a conduit… PepsiCo

20 days ago

Supply Chain Planning Sr. Coordinator

PepsiCo Philadelphia, PA

and Key Accountabilities: • Perform weekly full inventory count • Perform cycle count on all items produced previous day • Recount… PepsiCo

20 days ago

Health Safety and Environment Associate Manager

PepsiCo Philadelphia, PA

This person is responsible for deploying, implementing, and leading the HSE agenda, throughout a specific territory, by supporting the Senior… PepsiCo

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    Current Employee - RSR Route Sales Representative in King of Prussia, PA
    Current Employee - RSR Route Sales Representative in King of Prussia, PA

    I have been working at PepsiCo full-time (more than 8 years)


    Steady income, easy job, you don't have to excel at your job to remain employed


    The leadership of the company is very poor. Almost no direction of what the company wants. The information you are given changes frequently and often doesn't make sense toward the goal of the job which is sales and servicing customers. In recent years the leadership team has changed to younger inexperienced people (often diversity hires) which lead to a lack of respect or interest from the experienced route sales team.

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    Listen to your sales team and communicate with them. They are your first line of defense when it comes to market information and change. Also develop quality leaders and take an interest in their career path. That is why recently there has been a lot of turn over, besides the fact that pay has gone down.

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