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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. 1.0
      Jul 24, 2016
      Current Employee, more than 8 years
      Voronezh, Voronezhskaya Oblast'
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      It may have advantages, but the company is thriving discrimination


      I am currently working on a trainer in Russian sales. Now Russian personnel reductions. If you have a good relationship with HR then you get paid by the company 9 or 12 salary. If you have a different skin color or your manager does not like you, then the 2 or 3 salary. If you refuse to quit - HR takes a corporate laptop, close your enterprise an email, takes the company car and you're just sitting at work for months at an empty table and do nothing. Since you do not communicate your head. You can not write letters. You simply do not have. You write to speak up PepsiCo and no one helps. All managers are aware of contractions and discrimination . Do you realize that in America or Europe is impossible. But in Russia, Russian managers are only talk about values, but in practice you one (slave) for them. And once you did not need a company, you become an enemy №1. At the same time your managers get golden parachutes, and you sit at an empty table after working in the company for 9 years and you all do not care. At the same time the top managers continue to talk about the values and principles of PepsiCo .... it is ridiculous. I did not expect from this company. Also pay attention that the company does not pay for work on weekends and public holidays in Russia. In general the company is probably normal, but not in Russia.

      1. 2.0
        Sep 24, 2020
        Sales Agent
        Former Employee, less than 1 year
        Odesa, Odesa
        CEO Approval
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        Stable work and regular payment for people who do not care much


        Large portfolio of products should be sold in lots of POS by a very limited staff and in order to make it you have to spend all day merchandising while there are hundreds of other tasks to be completed and the salary is so miserable Once I was promised a bonus - 1 pack of juice (6 litres) yet the office is located 2 km from the road so I had to carry it all the way through industrial zone with dogs and bums. The salary was also given as cash at the same place so you had to spend half of your day-off in order to get your money. Regret spending my time

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