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    Ramon Laguarta
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    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (AUD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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    700 Anderson Hill Road P...
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Warehousing in Adelaide SA
on 21 December 2020
Great place
Good ppl, pay not bad, location is great. Just boring at times in the warehouse. Other than that is was good working there. Just do a great job , be happy at work.
Packer in Regency Park SA
on 15 December 2022
working environment is very good
As a packer the is job quite challenging. Pepsico follows safety instructions and maintain it well. The toughest job is the cleaning and sanitising the machines. Pepsico gives free chips and gifts to their all employees on different occasions if you are from the agent you won't get any gifts or chips which is really bad.They treat differently the full time and casual or agent workers.
Floor Staff in Regency Park SA
on 13 November 2022
DO NOT work in this toxic and cliquey place
PepsiCo / Smiths chips used to be an amazing place to work years ago, we had fun and enjoyed the work, but not these days. Over the years, the workload increased dramatically with less staff and more automation, while the pay didn’t keep up with the increased workload, which has caused a high staff turnover. As the previous reviewers mentioned, it’s stressful, toxic and too much nepotism. Good: The pay here is above average and you can make a lot of money with overtime, such as coming in or staying back 4 hours to cover another shift or weekend work. Most workers are decent and you get free chips weekly, a hamper (with a leg of ham) yearly. Bad:The place is very cliquey and I witnessed nepotism often. A number of cliques exist within the factory with several groups of friends or family members who have each other's backs. If you aren’t in these cliques, it can be much harder to get promoted or even a lot of overtime. Even if you have worked here for 20 years. As the previous reviewer said, there is so much conflict of interest with some managers hiring friends and family members or even promoting based on friendship rather than qualifications. About half the employees I talked to before leaving felt like the company only promotes and looks after “their own” people rather than everyone fairly. I would NOT recommend this toxic place.
Operator in Regency Park SA
on 3 September 2022
Good remuneration - Toxic and nepotism
The main benefits of working for this company were good remuneration, which includes shift loading, plenty of overtime (if one desires) and much easier to get another job with PepsiCo on your resume. Having previously worked for family-run companies, multi-nationals and the government, this place was the worst for nepotism and toxicity. Nepotism is rife. A large number of employees I worked with are related (family, friends, partners) and If you aren't related or friends with management, moving up can be difficult. I witnessed, on several occasions, less deserving people get a promotion over a more qualified/experienced person, simply due to nepotism. I personally found PepsiCo to be a very toxic workplace, not so much from the floor staff, mostly from front-line and senior managers. Some employees, including myself would often go home and cry at the end of a shift after being verbally abused. It become too much in the end and had find find an alternative career.
Packer in Regency Park SA
on 7 March 2022
Not good
As a aboriginal I found Pepsi to be very welcoming and nice to aboriginal people. The staff inside the factory respect you n are very good people no matter where you come from. The problem is job is too hard, to many tasks, too much cleaning, just not a good place to work. Some senior mangers were rude and seen them say bad things to myself and others. Also another bad thing is managers have hired there friends, family members and even their partners who get easy jobs, so a lot of conflict here. - Good Pro aboriginal companyGood staff n friendly dayshift team leader -BadManager rudeBoss rudeJob too hard

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