At PepsiCo, we provide more than a salary. Total Rewards is everything you receive as an employee – your pay, health care benefits, wellness programs, retirement plans and work/life benefits.
- PepsiCo offers tuition reimbursement - Good Health Insurance - Good Dental Insurance - Good 401K Plan - Good Retirement Plan -Paid Vacation - Paid Days Off
Everything is good. Good packages to choose from for you or for family
Best - Paid Parental Leave, Retirement Contribution into 401(k), Short Term Disability Worst - Health benefits are OK but not great, vacation is average and doesn't get rolled over or paid out ever
Bonus for L10 and above, 401k, health insurance, life insurance, with some provided with fees. No matching for older employees; new employees receive matching. No profit sharing for non-executives.
Outstanding benefits and paid holidays
Best vacation policy and flexible work arrangement.
Great work life balance. Has come a long way!
Great medical, dental, vision. 401k match. EE stock ownership available. Like most companies, benefits have gotten significantly more expensive each year.
There are no perks . health insurance is horrible . the 401k is not worth it. Health savings cars is a waste. Only program worth bragging about is plcc
The benefits are average; nothing special and they appear to be different based on what division. The healthcare is based on your level, not your use so if you make more, you pay more even if you don't use them. They doesn’t seem fair Vision is not great at all. It is better to use the discounts from your vision center Vacation was increased to 3 weeks to lure Millennials, but is backfiring. All the focus on Millennials while treating the older work force poorly means zero younger generation loyalty. Talking to folks who have been there a while, it sounds like PepsiCo was a better company 10 years ago or so, pre- Indra. Since Indra started, the company has been run like the consulting firm she is loyal to: they have lain off workers around the holidays, after they bought the bottlers, the bottlers’ pension went away but the other divisions were allowed to keep theirs. In general, the treatment of employees got worse. How is that for performance with a purpose? I guess if you think they are great, you don’t have much to compare it to.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.