The Organization’s MissionPepsiCo mission statement OUR MISSION CREATE MORE SMILES WITH EVERY SIP AND EVERY BITE FOR OUR CONSUMERS: by creating joyful moments through our delicious and nourishing products and unique brand experiences.
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|Rank||Job Title||Avg. Salary||Hourly Rate|
|2||Supply Chain Lead||$119,544||$57|
|13||Human Resources Coordinator||$52,078||$25|
|17||Field Service Technician||$46,786||$22|
|18||Accounts Payable Clerk||$45,490||$22|
Research Summary. Using a database of 30 million profiles, Zippia estimates demographics and statistics for PepsiCo. Our estimates are verified against BLS, Census, and current job openings data for accuracy. After extensive research and analysis, Zippia's data science team found that:
PepsiCo has 267,000 employees.
29% of PepsiCo employees are women, while 71% are men.
The most common ethnicity at PepsiCo is White (57%), followed by Hispanic or Latino (17%) and Black or African American (11%).
17% of PepsiCo employees are Hispanic or Latino.
11% of PepsiCo employees are Black or African American.
The average employee at PepsiCo makes $47,774 per year.
PepsiCo employees are most likely to be members of the democratic party.
On average, employees at PepsiCo stay with the company for 5.3 years.
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PepsiCo employees are most likely to be members of the Democratic Party. The largest donation made to a political party by a PepsiCo employee was by Donald Kendall. Donald Kendall donated $22,000 to the Republican Party.
Employee Political Donations
|Donald Kendall||Chief Executive Officer||Republican Party||$22,000|
|Larry Thompson||Attorney||Republican Party||$14,650|
|Karen Langos||Accountant||Republican Party||$11,249|
|Kenny Thompson||Director||Democratic Party||$9,150|
|Tony West||Attorney||Democratic Party||$8,100|
|Jane Nielsen||Executive||Republican Party||$7,100|
|Elsie Holmes||Human Resources Coordinator||Democratic Party||$6,900|
|Shawna Wilson||Sales Vice President||Democratic Party||$6,375|
|Shilpa Kamath JHA||Principal Scientist||Democratic Party||$6,000|
|David Rice||Vice President Of Research And Development||Republican Party||$5,979|
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Yes, Pepsico does a drug test prior to an offer of employment. In most cases, the drug test is a urine test that is done through a private laboratory and paid for by Pepsico.
In addition, Pepsico reserves the right to drug test an employee at any time if substance use is suspected or if a workplace accident occurs. If a drug test is required and the result is positive, that can void any worker's compensation claims and can result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.
Yes, Pepsico hires felons on a case-by-case basis. There have been multiple reports by current and past employees that have been hired after having a felony. According to these employees, it is important to be honest and to prove rehabilitation.
To answer "Why are you interested in working for Pepsico?", you should discuss your desire to make an impact and your admiration for their commitment to their company, employees, and community. Let Pepsico know that you are looking to grow both personally and professionally and you want to help your community while doing so.
You write a cover letter for a job at Pepsico by focusing on your desire to build a meaningful career. Pepsico wants employees to look at this as an opportunity to build a career rather than just another job. To that end, your cover letter should outline a clear career path and goals that Pepsico can help you achieve.
You have to be 18 years old to work for Pepsico for most positions. Commercial delivery drivers must be 21 years old to work for Pepsico.
Pepsico has a variety of internship positions for students who are looking to gain more experience.
Pepsico offers benefits called Total Rewards at a Glance' to its salaried employees.
These benefits include:
Medical insurance: Pepsico has 2 key medical options called Healthy Advantage and Core Plus. Both medical options cover preventive care, prescription drugs, and maternity and fertility services.
Dental insurance: Pepsico has a basic and an enhanced dental care program available. Both options give employees the freedom to choose any dentist or specialist.
Vision: Employees receive discounted rates for services and supplies if their provider is in the EyeMed network.
Reimbursement accounts: Pepsico offers employees Healthcare Reimbursement and Dependent Care Reimbursement accounts.
Life insurance: Pepsico provides employees with coverage equal to one-time annual eligible pay at no cost. Employees may purchase optional life insurance for themselves and eligible dependents.
Disability: Pepsico provides short-term and long-term disability insurance at no cost. Employees may choose to purchase additional long-term disability coverage.
Legal: Pepsico offers legal services ranging from adoption and guardianship to real estate transactions and divorce.
The dress code for Pepsico corporate positions is business casual.
Examples of appropriate business casual clothing:
Polo or other collared shirts
Business dress pants (khakis, twill)
Knee-length skirts or dresses
The hiring process at Pepsico varies by position and usually takes several weeks from start to finish due to the drug testing and background checks that are required.
There are 3 basic steps to the hiring process at Pepsico...
The Vanguard Group, Inc. owns PepsiCo holding 8.8% of the company's outstanding shares. The soda Pepsi was created by Caleb Bradham, a pharmacist, and businessman, in 1898, and in 1902, Bradham registered a patent for his recipe and founded the Pepsi-Cola Company.
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PepsiCo may also be known as or be related to PepsiCo, PepsiCo Inc, PepsiCo, Inc., Pepsico Caribbean, Inc., Pepsico Inc and pepsico/frito-lay.