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9 days ago

Assistant Administrative Assistant

PepsiCo Phoenix, AZ

and Key Accountabilities: • CTS Cases - Research and Respond 100%. • Accountable for tracking and collecting all returned checks which may… PepsiCo


9 days ago

Sales District Leader Designate

PepsiCo Phoenix, AZ

The Sales Designate role is designed as a 12+ month leadership training program. As a Sales Designate, you will receive a customized on-boarding plan… PepsiCo


2 days ago

DOT Admin Assistant – new

PepsiCo Phoenix, AZ

· Scan, upload and file documents to outside approved vendors. · Manage DOT rosters / reports · Maintain / order / stock required DOT supplies for… PepsiCo


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    Logistics Supervisor

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    Former Employee - Logistics Supervisor in Tolleson, AZ

    I worked at PepsiCo full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Work-life-balance is solid on the logistics end. Logistics leadership is supportive but you roll the dice elsewhere. You will grow and learn a lot. Great stepping stone into a better job with a different company. If you don't get promoted in two years then start looking.

    Cons

    Pay is very average and increases barely cover inflation. If you do get a promotion, don't expect more than a cheap 10% increase. They rarely advance from within. Took away 401k for salaried. A very flatlined old industry feel. Also, 5 HR managers in 6 years....all left the company.

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    Promote within and compensate for level of increase jumps. There is a real cost associated with the people that you lose.

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