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Purchase, New York-based PepsiCo is a multinational food, snack, and beverage corporation formed in 1965 with the merger of the Pepsi-Cola Company and Frito-Lay, Inc. PepsiCo has since expanded from its namesake product Pepsi to 22 food and beverage brands, such as Mountain Dew, Lay's, Gatorade, Tropicana, 7 Up, Quaker Foods, Cheetos, Mirinda, Starbucks, Tostitos, Fritos, and Walkers, sold in more than 200 countries and territories. The company is made up of six divisions: PepsiCo Beverages North America; Frito-Lay North America; Quaker Foods North America; Latin America Foods; Europe; and Asia, Middle East and Africa. At PepsiCo you can embark on the journey of shaping global trends like nowhere else, where worldwide presence generates a stream of new opportunities for your talent. Experienced trailblazers or unexperienced students are equally welcome to join the team, in case they bring courage, confidence, curiosity, and ingenuity.

Company - Public
Over $10B
Large
Multiple locations
Food & Beverage Retailers
What departments PepsiCo employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
other occupation35%
Sales Managers & Supervisors14.3%
Sales - Other10.5%
Administrative9.3%
Management - Other8.4%
Transportation / Logistics7.2%
Accounting / Finance6.8%
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10 months ago
I have 20yrs experience in warehouse 251 644 8524 call ASAP
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do PepsiCo employees have before joining?
Years of experience at PepsiCo: Newcomers: 28%, Experiencers: 20%, Experts: 22%, Veterans: 30%. PepsiCo employees have 8+ years experience on average before joining.
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Where did PepsiCo employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before PepsiCo: Deloitte, FRITO LAY, Mondelēz International. Typical PepsiCo employees have worked at Deloitte.
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FRITO LAY
Mondelēz International
What industries did PepsiCo employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of PepsiCo: Food & Beverage Retailers, Colleges / Universities, Niche Retailers, Food Manufacturers, Clothing Retailers. PepsiCo employees most likely come from a Food & Beverage Retailers industry background.
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Where did PepsiCo employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at PepsiCo: Small: 25%, Medium: 10%, Large: 65%. Most PepsiCo employees have previously worked at large companies.
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Educational background

What did employees at PepsiCo study?
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Where did employees at PepsiCo study?
Penn State University
Purdue University-Main Campus
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Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at PepsiCo?
Time employed at PepsiCo: <1: 8%, 1-3: 21%, 4-8: 29%, 9-13: 18%, 14-20: 13%, 20+: 11%. Most PepsiCo employees stay with the company for 4-8 years which is the same as the industry average.
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How does PepsiCo rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at PepsiCo: 68.8% Male and 31.2% Female. Age ratio at PepsiCo: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 41%, 31-40: 32%, 41-50: 16%, 51-60: 9%, 60+: 2%. PepsiCo rates - 7.8% less female than the industry average. Most PepsiCo employees are 21-30, which is below the industry median age range.
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Career advancement

How does PepsiCo rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at PepsiCo: very high. PepsiCo ranks very high for career advancement which is above the industry average.
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What companies do PepsiCo employees go on to work at?
Future employers of PepsiCo: Amazon, FRITO LAY, IBM, Kellogg Company, Mars. People who work at PepsiCo most typically go on to work for the Amazon.
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IBM
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PepsiCo Reviews and Ratings

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December 14, 2023
Caution Needed to Work for PEPSICO
1.6
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2
Professional growth
2
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
When I was employed or placed on active status at Pepsi I encountered unusual activities and tons of disrespectful workers (EEs.) I was a Hard Worker with a Strong Attendance record. I worked long hours 12+ hours and picked up extra shifts. I informed my Hiring Manager that I had a mental disability and he gave me the opportunity to work for the company. However, after nine months issues became apparent that I needed to transfer or risk losing my job over disrespectful and harassing workers (EEs.) I did what I could to make the job work. Transferring didn't solve the problem and I was treated with unwarranted disdain by the team that I joined who knew nothing about me. Mistreatment became apparent in the workplace. Once this happened I waited for my moment to transfer into another role and I won the bid. This did nothing to ease Management's concern over my ability to complete the job. During the recent summer I was placed on involuntarily, indefinite LOA due to mental health issues

Pros and Cons
Good Money.
Poor Management, Harassment, No regards for Accommodations, Gang Warfare, Assaults, Intimidations
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Machine Operator
December 6, 2023
Good pay. Horrible conditions. Untrustworthy management.
2.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
A non-climate-controlled work environment, so you'll sweat like you're in a sauna during the summer. I worked many, many hours in soaking wet clothing. The breakroom is like a refridgerator, which made for extremely uncomfortable breaks in wet clothes. Management will lie to the employees when it's in their interest. They show no loyalty/fidelity, no matter how hard you've worked or how productive you've been. "Going the extra mile" in doing exceptional work is not recognized or rewarded, despite their annual Employee Appreciation Week. They talk a good talk, but they don't walk the walk. So, unless you're just desperate for a paycheck, go look somewhere else for an appreciative company.

Pros and Cons
Decent benefits, occasional free meals on holidays, annual giveaways.
Horrible working conditions, untrustworthy management
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Executive Assistan HR VP
November 30, 2023
Eleven years of great job athmosphere experience
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Professional and personal growth. Great Leaders and mentors that ended becoming friends. Recognization for all level positions. Too much to celebrate, it turned my home, my family.

Pros and Cons
Life quality, salary, benefits, recognition
I can't think of any
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It Support Specialist
November 22, 2023
Pepsi more than a soft drink
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Pepsi was a company that gave me the chance to grow in the IT business like I never thought I could.

Pros and Cons
Friendly team work group
There were no cons
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September 10, 2023
No life and no sleep
2.4
Ratings
2
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
It will be 12 hour days in the summer when it’s hot in a no ac warehouse if the works not done it will be 16 hour days, they can work you up to 7 days a week if ur a new hire as well

Pros and Cons
Good pay , good learning experience
Sexism , racism and discrimination
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Houston, TX - August 28, 2023
Picker, Mule Driver
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Working for Pepsico it'was a fantastic experience Lovet, good people to work with, good pay,good benefits, great place to work for.

Pros and Cons
Free lunch, Drinks, people Kar.
Excellent parking
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Sr. Global Customer Marketing Manager
Remote - June 5, 2023
Good resume builder
3.6
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Great place to work if you don't have a family. Work/life balance is non-existant. Opportunities for growth are vast. Not considerate of remote working.

Pros and Cons
Endless growth opportunities, competitive salary and benefits
No work/life balance, aversion to remote work
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merchandiser team lead
April 20, 2023
Do not take this role if you have a family
2.4
Ratings
3
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
65-85 hrs per week, expected to be on call, attend early morning (4-6am) meetings on days off. Plan on being the solution to every staffing issue thr salea team has, your needs be damned.

Pros and Cons
Pay and benefits are good.
Zero work life balance, weak pay raises, standards vary person to person
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Distribution Center Warehouse Associate
South Bend, IN - January 18, 2023
One of the worst job experiences of my life.
1.8
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1
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
It wasn't good. I never did any safety or training videos and there was no actual training. The people were not friendly, and management did not seem like they were at all interested in answering any questions about schedule or anything else.

Pros and Cons
paycheck came through
I was verbally and physically assaulted, but they did nothing about it.
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Picker Order Selector
Denver, CO - January 9, 2023
Lots of hours and work during busy time of year
2.4
Ratings
2
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
Pros; bulk picking and lots of overtime opportunities. Swag points if u can hit the quota’s. Cons; lockers don’t lock. Thief attempts in parking lot. Small point system for life events. I worked for PepsiCo from January 2022 and got let go December 2022 for maxing my 8 points. Over that time I had a mother pass away, my son injured during his basketball season, and a infection in my joints that kept me out of work for a month. I came in 2 hour’s early(when allow) to my shift and worked on my days off and was able average around 55-60 hours a week.

Pros and Cons
Swag points, hours
No incentives for working hard, Small point system for life events
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Relief Route Salesperson Dsd
July 7, 2022
Fun and productive
3.0
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Great place to work no problems everything and everyone was great to be around if you like your job fun place to work

Pros and Cons
Friendly place to work
People there were great
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CSS
Olathe, KS - April 22, 2022
Endurance
3.6
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
This is a very physical job. It is hard on your body. Shoulders, knees, elbows. I enjoyed this job though. You become family of the stores you work in.

Pros and Cons
fast pace. Learning new things everyday
High turn over. Odering for your store and then recieving several boxes of something no one buys.
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Stocker
Lexington, NC - January 30, 2022
I love to work with people helping other makes things faster
4.6
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I don't really have a story just need to make some money and show that I come in and be ready for any overtime

Pros and Cons
Friendly respectful caring and value
I don't have anything
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October 11, 2021
Excellent place for work
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Pepsico is a great company and have so many respect for the people and you have opportunity to grow .really the company is good .the company dont fire me. i leave the company because i had to do something personal on this time after i was working 9 year

Pros and Cons
the company have free breakfast
Good food good quality
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Machine O
Burnsville, MN - August 31, 2021
You have no time for a home life and pepsi could care less
2.4
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
Because I got a settlemen t Im bound by a non disclosure agreement. I was forced to retire due to work related injuries .

Pros and Cons
Good pay and benefits
No life and pepsi dosent give a shit if you have no life.
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Administrative Asistant
July 21, 2021
Pepsico does not value its employees
2.0
Ratings
1
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Even though this was to be a 3 month assignment, I worked as a temp for this company for two years. During the last three or four months of my employment I spoke with my supervisors about becoming a permanent employee as my position was, in my supervisors words, desperately needed. This company and my supervisors gave me rave reviews for my work performance and told me I would be a welcome and needed asset to the company. They then proceeded to rearranged positions and told me my position would now be placed in another state! I was then laid off! Yes, it was originally a temp position. Yes, it is their prerogative. However, the way they led me on to believe I would finally be hired, finally be able to receive the benefits of being an employee only to then send the position out of state and hire another temp was disgraceful and shows they value money and not people. If I didn't see them throw money away on some of the most frivolous things then their decision might make sense.

Pros and Cons
Close to home
They hire temps to avoid paying benefits
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Bradenton, FL - July 14, 2021
Don’t work there if your a woman
1.6
Ratings
1
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Only woman in a department of 17 men, was discriminated against with video proof and I was the one fired

Pros and Cons
Good benefits employee stock purchase program
Women discriminated against
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Executive administrative assistant
Kansas City, MO - July 7, 2021
Administration
2.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Poor inexperienced people shouldn't be transferred from a potato chip factory to a Pepsi plant. They have no clue how to run a Pepsi plant.

Pros and Cons
Good salary and benefits
Very, very poor management closed our facility. B. Sowers has no business being a plant manager .
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Merchandiser
Massillon, OH - May 31, 2021
Many good things. Some bad
3.4
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Worked 14 years. Very hard physical work with no help most of the time. Pay and benefits were good. Some supervisors were very helpful and supportive. Some of the other supervisors seemed to not have the experience needed to understand the difficulties of the job. Some supervisors got terminated for being inept. If you can handle the workload you should be 👍

Pros and Cons
Home by 3 pm. Pay is decent. Benefits are good.
Very hard on your body as you get older
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What’s the stock symbol of PepsiCo?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
PEP.
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gender breakdown at PepsiCo?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
gender ratio is 31.2% female, 68.8% male.
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What industry does PepsiCo belong to?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Restaurant/Food Service.
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What’s PepsiCo’s yearly revenue?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
over $10b, i think
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What’s the average length of tenure at PepsiCo?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
around 4-8 year(s) in my experience
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what kind of companies did PepsiCo employees work for?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Large companies before PepsiCo.
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what are the chances of career advancement at PepsiCo?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
very high.
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who are employees usually hired by after leaving PepsiCo?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
Amazon, FRITO LAY, IBM, Kellogg Company, Mars, MillerCoors, Nestlé, The Coca-Cola Company.
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Who are the top previous employers of PepsiCo employees?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
Deloitte, FRITO LAY, Mondelēz International, PwC, Target, The Coca-Cola Company, US Army, Walmart.
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What’s the average age at PepsiCo?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
21-30.
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What kind of degree do you need to work at PepsiCo?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
typically one of the followings No higher education, Bachelor of Science
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