- 4.0Apr 22, 2018
PSRAccount Sales Manager (PSR)Former Employee, more than 3 yearsPleasant Prairie, WI
Great pay and experience and made some long life friends who are extremely hard workers. This job was salary plus commission plus reimbursement for mileage.
long hours and can work on holiday weekends - no sick time and had to use my own car.1
- 3.0Sep 28, 2023Parts CoordinatorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearPlano, TX
PepsiCo has great benefits and decent perks. Mental health is taken seriously and they offer generous maternity leave for the ladies. Most work is easier and the pace of business moves very slowly which allows for a great work-life balance. They encourage looking at other jobs internally, which allows you to hire in doing a certain job and end up years later in a completely unrelated department.
Promotion is based on who you know and if you are in a certain demographic. If you do not play the game, you have no chance of moving up into a meaningful position. HR is hard to get in touch with and will only refer you to the company website for info. Pepsi is very disorganized on the fleet side of the house. They moved the fleet AP to Mexico and caused numerous problems financially. Most fleet managers are Boomers and don't like IT or new ways of doing things.