Great pay but you work 7 days a week and holidays
Operator (Former Employee) – York, PA – 29 July 2019
This place has a super high turn over rate. Ask anyone you know that works there(Frito Lay of York, Pennsylvania), they typically pay the top hourly available in the area and that is the only reason people will work there and have been trapped to work there. The cost is that you have no free time and you end up working 6-7 days a week and you have no control over it. Most hires aren't even told their schedules until after their training is complete. Congratulations new hire, your schedule is 3rd shift 11p.m.-7a.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and your off days are Tuesday and Wednesday(which you will have to work those too because they are so understaffed its not even funny). WOW WHAT A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. Their forced overtime means they can force you in early 4 hours @ 7p.m. or over 4 hours until 11a.m. as well as 12 hours on your off day(s).
They also don't care if there is 5 feet of snow outside, they won't shut down, and you will get hit with attendance points if you call off. They also force you to work holidays and they are eliminating more paid holidays away each year. Want to spend time with your family on New Years? Sorry you can't do that, you have to work... You can say no and decline over time but they will slap you with attendance points for not being cooperative(you get terminated after 7 attendance points). The company does not care about you or your personal life. They only care about one thing and that is pushing product out the door. Great people on the hourly level but the salary managers are completely worthless. Do yourself a favor and don't join their work force. If you have a 4 year degree definitely apply for management. You walk around with a clip board, force employees to come in early, stay over, or come in on their day off. Go to a bunch of manager meetings where they try to figure out why they can't keep people employed and why the morale is down.
Avoid at all costs unless you are absolutely desperate for money and have no other option. They will hire anyone at the hourly level and train immediately to start. Which should be a warning in itself. Good luck