I may leave before too long due to them outsourcing to 3rd party transport. It doesn’t take much to get fired. No social life no family life nothing but stress and hard work long hours mentally and physically exhausting company does not care about you as a employee management is terrible a lot of secrets and a lotta hidden messages A change a pay every couple years. Claimed Profile Review this company. It’s setup for the driver to be independent.
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Working as a Truck Driver at Frito-Lay: Employee Reviews about Pay & Benefits |
Inconsistent hours, days off, force you to work a minimum of 48 hours a week. Most of our runs are out and back the same day or with 1 layover.
Extremely physical hard work unloading trailers and at the mercy of mother nature. Managers have no clue how to run a transportation business.
Great trucks to drive. At first you think you have died and went to heaven. The computer keeps up with speeding, la, sudden decelerations and you are always on the satellite.
Extremely physical hard work unloading trailers and at the mercy of mother nature. Almost an unlimited earning potential. They pay good for a manufacturing company. They have large banquets every year to celebrate drivers. I would work with the stores manager and receivers to find ways to better my service and create a good working relationship with store officials.
I learned to manage my time and efforts in the most efficient way possible to carry out my duties. Almost an unlimited earning potential.
Frito-Lay Employee Reviews for Truck Driver
Stay up-to-date on the latest jobs and news Energizing place to work but tiring too. Work atmosphere is very friendly. I have seen many examples of injured employees being denied compensation routinely and unemployment.
Telling people with 10 years plus how to do their job. It is a point right away. The pay was good and the people i worked with were top notch. Ly maintained equipment and no micro managing. You need a lawyer on retainer to safely navigate through the management minefield. Yes, but anyone working 70 hours per week will make pretty good money.
It’s not free but the harder you work the more you make. A lot of turn over, when I was hired, at least 10 other people were also hired and have since quit.
Frito-Lay Pay & Benefits reviews: Truck Driver
The job has unreal expectations, you are expected to be perfect all times and the one time you’re not, they will write you up no matter how “minor” the incident. Stressful place to work at company does not care about you. Running people net and tracked to the mile per hour. After awhile you realize it is a big facade and ultimately they will outgun you and take you down if you use too many benefits, get injured, and get too close to being vested for your pension.
Working as a Truck Driver at Frito-Lay: Employee Reviews |
Most of your work starts between midnight and five grito. You bid on your runs daily therefore not knowing what you’re doing the next day.
A lot of turn over, when I was hired, at least 10 other people were also hired and have since quit. Well compensated but long hours.