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  • "Pay is good and that's all about that it's good about this job.not(in 1414 reviews)
  • "We have good benefits and the people we work hand in hand are usually hard workers.(in 1237 reviews)
  • "The people there are great and they are always looking to push the boundaries in the food and beverage industry.(in 861 reviews)
  • "Culture is great and transparent(in 419 reviews)
  • "Starting salary is good for a recent college graduate (though not for the actual work you have to do)(in 278 reviews)
  • "There is no work life balance even though they like to talk about it a lot.(in 752 reviews)
  • "Long hours and if your staff calls out you are expected to cover the route.(in 705 reviews)
  • "Poor management all they care about are sales Underpaid compared to other companies No reward for good work(in 550 reviews)
  • "There's no real control on who is a good and a bad manager(in 250 reviews)
  • "Long hours due to many vacancies(in 238 reviews)

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    1. 2.0
      Jun 17, 2017
      District Sales Leader
      Current Employee, more than 10 years
      Jacksonville, FL
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Benefits and pay are great compared to direct competitors. Your team of managers are always willing to help one another.


      Unrealistic hours at work at Frito Lay. Zero work life balance and anything under a 12 hour day is frowned upon. They expect managers to run routes, be on call24/7 and get reprimanded for not completing your own assignments even though you're running routes due to lack of staffing. New upper management team act as if they are better than everyone else there. District managers connect with their sales reps and that's what keeps most of them from not quitting! Upper management keeps pushing to 'write them up'... they are already upset about the new pay structure which is based on working a minimum of 50 hours to make less money. Granted some people shouldn't be there but even the morale of some great sales reps are down. New ZBM has zero empathy and sympathy and doesn't care about anyone but himself. If he spent as much time on hiring staff as he did on smoking outside, maybe the place wouldn't be falling apart. Maybe managers wouldn't be quitting either!

      1. 3.0
        May 5, 2014
        Marketing Intern
        Current Intern, less than 1 year
        Tallahassee, FL
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        The Key Account Manager I worked for was a great guy and very easy to get along with


        I came during a slower season so I didn't get to work as many events as I could have. I wish I could have taken on more responsibility but there is virtually no room for upward mobility in the Tallahassee distributing.

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