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PepsiCo, Inc. is an American multinational food, snack and beverage corporation headquartered in Harrison, New York, in the hamlet of Purchase. PepsiCo has interests in the manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of grain-based snack foods, beverages, and other products.

PepsiCo is being accused of violating human rights as shown in the following article on, "Global food giant PepsiCo has been accused of continuing human rights violations and anti-trade union practices in relation to factories in the Indian state of West Bengal. The accusation has been made by the International Union of Food workers (IUF). The union alleges that the soft drink and snack foods manufacturer has, since 2013, blocked attempts by workers at its food factory to form a trade union."


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Sales Representative (Current Employee) says

"Sell, and work your product while having to do multiple stores on a daily basis. Work life balance non existing management has zero clue of what there doing .everything is on you to get done 15 hour days . Cons: Everything else"

Order Selector (Former Employee) says

"They only thing they car about is making money for themselves they would work us for 14-16hrs a day during the 100 days of hail and say that we can’t take no days off and if you have a emergency and don’t go to work but you call them and explain they will say if you don’t show up you will get written up don’t wast your time on a company that don’t care about you Cons: The Supervisors and the company overall"

Utility Operator (Former Employee) says

"You pay Union Dues. The union does Not help employees. The supervisors are fake. Unnecessary long hours. The machines hardly ever work. Most if the time you're just sitting at your station waiting on lazy mechanics to fix your machine. The leads are very lazy. All they do is hide all day so they don't have to work. Hazardous working conditions. Its gets extremely Hot in the summer time and extremely cold in the winter time. The company is very unorganized. Work there at your own risk. Cons: Upper management sucks."

Forklift Operator (Former Employee) says

"Don't bother going there, they will use you abuse you, not care about your family time or personal time, it's there way or the high way, last minute forced overtime, all the time Cons: Every thing, pay, time, treatment"

Machine Operator/EPJ (Former Employee) says

"They just give anybody the power to fire you without knowing all the facts and its really not fair some people are actually trying to change their life and provide for a family but I guess it's up too somebody else on how bad you need a job not everyone was born with a mom and pops just remember that"

Route Delivery Driver (Former Employee) says

"Schedule changed every day, 1am-5am start times. This is an extremely physically demanding job 11-14 hrs per day. Pepsi doesn't pay adequately for the demand of the job. This job will give you anxiety with the extremely tight backing and maneuvering required at small gas stations. Cons: Work hours, physical demand, low morale"

Warehouse Personnel (Current Employee) says

"Managers don't know what they are doing, have to stay overtime to complete task that are outside your job and also the managers don't really care about you Cons: Toxic work environment"

Forklift Operator (Current Employee) says

"They don't practice what they preach and no bonus for the holidays, they say yearly raise and don't get that. For the coronavirus they don't keep us safe, people don't wear there mask and I complain they don't do nothing about it they just worried about doing there trucks."

Route Driver (Former Employee) says

"The people the management unorganized. They decreased pay and will fire you for anything. This job is the worst, you can work your tail off and they still will fire you. Cons: Everything"

Warehouse (Current Employee) says

"Terrible management, great pay and benifits though. Not a good job if you expect any time with your family. No bonuses, no appreciation, no help, no thanks. Cons: You hand your life and happiness over for money."

Bcr (Current Employee) says

"Bad horrible management no work life balance. Horrible training, no support, feel like a number, only thing positive is paid every week. Has high turnover Cons: Don’t work here"

Customer Service, Inventory Control, Safety Committee Captain (Current Employee) says

"They are adopting a seniority process that leaves zero opportunity for the new guys coming in even if they have experience. Very bad attendance from the people at the top of the seniority list. Cons: Negative environment, bad management, no room for promotion or full-time"

Service Technician (Current Employee) says

"Don’t work for Pepsi in Kalispell Montana. Pepsi is the worst. Pay is terrible. I can not stand Pepsi. I would rather work at a waste facility. The pay would be better. Whatever you do don’t work here. Cons: The whole job"

Route Sales Lead (Former Employee) says

"From product shortages to just plain bad leadership. Clueless leadership is abundant so if you love working for someone who just graduated college and has no idea about leadership or your job trade but will consistently tell you that you are not performing well enough to meet ridiculously high weekly goals that are already designed so you can not receive bonuses (bottom line profits remember). They rarely promote from within, instead, they will recruit leaders from colleges instead of giving sales representatives promotions. Cons: Everything."

Warehouse Loader (Former Employee) says

"a horrible company. I worked there for 3 years and received a 5 cent raise for the entire time. We worked 16-20 hour days.Warehouse is not an ac environment. The plant manager didn't want to even let us drink water from the damaged product unless we paid for it. This was in 95 to 100 outside. The bosses would make blind orders (guess) every holiday. Our shifts would get pushed back until 3 pm. Always ended up working into the holiday. You don't have a set time to get off. Your shift ends when work load is 100% The pepsico in baton rouge la was the worst. It's was shut down a few years back. Horrible company from the top all the way down to the floor. If you decide to work for pepsico make sure they have a union. If not they will drive your body into the ground. No one cares about you as a person. The only thing they worry about is 100% completion. Doing a 250,000 case load with 5 people is rough on earth. But that is the every day at the pbc. If you decide to work for this company I would advise you to not look at it as long term. Cons: Everything is a con at this place"

Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Upper Management are idiots. Don’t work here. Find somewhere else to work. Anywhere would be better than working at Pepsi. Really all the sites are terrible."

Operador Multifuncional (Former Employee) says

"Empresa ruim pior experiência que tive arrependimento total de ter trabalho nessa empresa só exploram os funcionários e não dão valor aos funcionários ."

Order Selector (Former Employee) says

"If you want to work somewhere where you are constantly watched and forced to performed or be terminated then pepsi is the place for you. Their goals and metrics are close to unattainable. Cons: Everything"

Driver (Former Employee) says

"This is the worst place to work plus manager they will try to make you go over 60 hours and risk a violation the turn over rate is terrible and way to many green drivers that are without training and will get someone killed Cons: Management"

Driver Class A (Former Employee) says

"Use for the experience then get a higher paying easier job. The only real upside was some of the other drivers were cool. Just go in do your job don’t get involved in work place drama."

Current Employee - Forklift Driver says

"I have been working at PepsiCo full-time Cons: Required to stay over 4 hours after your shift almost everyday. Required to work one of your days off, if you say no then that's a point against your attendance. No Communication. No PTO, 2 sick days for the year."

Former Employee - Global Human Resources Director says

"I worked at PepsiCo full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Killer cliquish culture...the opposite of engaging"

Current Employee - CDL Driver says

"I have been working at PepsiCo full-time Cons: Bad management Terrible schedule Overworked Underappreciated Split days off Equipment issues Constant long hours Management not willing to work with employees with days off Bad routing"

Current Employee - Supply Chain Scheduler says

"I have been working at PepsiCo full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Poor management, not a lot of advancement opportunities, no job stability - often restructuring"

Former Employee - Specialty Cheese Buyer says

"I worked at PepsiCo full-time Cons: free pepsi but dont like fanta"

Former Employee - Sales Representative says

"I worked at PepsiCo full-time Cons: Treated like crap do better"

Current Employee - Delivery Driver says

"I have been working at PepsiCo full-time Cons: Minimal notice of major wage cut"

Former Employee - Senior Financial Analyst says

"I worked at PepsiCo full-time for more than a year Cons: People. Compensation. Mobility. Manufacturing poison."

Former Employee - Seasonal Route Delivery Driver says

"I worked at PepsiCo full-time Cons: Overworked no family time very physical"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at PepsiCo full-time Cons: I was a top performer I received a glowing performance review from my current and only manager of two years.. I was put on another team and my new manager (whom I had never reported to wrote a character assignation of me below my glowing performance review . That manager never spoke to me again. I reached out to HR for help (numerous times) I reached out to other “leaders” .. it was complete isolation I later learned the term is called “mobbing “ a tactic used in workplace abuse... I was completely devastated brought me to my knees. I am and, have always been very successful sales professional .. Well, after a year of being completely isolated I was then given a job as an analyst... I’m also a musician, published writer, a creator and innovator... I received my new business cards ... Analysts... awful toxic bullying!"

Frank says

"PepsiCo has a joint venture with the Strauss Group, an Israeli food company that provides financial support to the Israel Defence Forces. It sells Sabra Hummus products around the world. In doing business with Israeli companies that support Apartheid and human rights abuses committed by Israel, it actively supports and invests in the illegal Apartheid and breaches of the United Nations Charter on Human Rights. Boycott all Pepsi-owned products and take an ethical stand against this company. In doing so you are sending a message to them that it is immoral and completely unacceptable to continue to support the abuses of the indigenous people of Palestine."

Anton says

"They hold a competition in the Netherlands, but if you win you have to email endlessly to get your prize. Chips for a year sounded too good to be true and it is."

Lila V. says

"Still waiting for the Pepsi alternative to Coke Zero, no luck yet"

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