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What Employees Say
I have been working at Dr Pepper Snapple Group full-time for less than a year
Look, it's hard work. But when that check comes rolling in your bank account, it's worth it. Keep in mind, merchandising is a tough job to begin with. If you can handle hard work and want to get in... shape, I would recommend this job. Great staff. Great benefits. Great pay. Come on tough guys and gals, we need you.
Labor intensive. You will be tired the first few months. And that includes looking the part as well. Others on the outside will not realize the hard work we truly do. This goes for all soda/beverage... company merchandisers.
Advice to Management
Suggestion for management and higher-ups: start your merchandisers with 5 days a week and two days off in a row so that we can properly adjust to this position. Otherwise, you'll lose people fast.... Give them a few months of 5 days on and two days off (in a row). Then, after they have been acclimated, let them have the 6 days as they will be adjusted to the ebb & flow and wont be absolutely exhausted, unable to retain their job duties and thorough accountability making them want quit on site. Also, hire at least 5+ more people for each area. This will help current merchandisers do a more thorough job and attention to detail for each store. After all, we want our stores to see that we are a professional and get the job done with a bow on top within a timely manner. When you overwork us, we will be too tired to care after a certain point. That is honestly my only complaint/con I have. Other than that, I really do love this job and the company behind it.
I have been working at EPI Breads full-time for more than a year
Overtime, paid vacation after 6 months, plenty of advancement opportunities. Friendly Staff and hard workers.
Can get hot when A/C is not on in Summer, alot of the bread racks have broken wheels, making them frustrating to move.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work.