Interested in a career at #FritoLay? If so, here are some steps to getting hired!
Rock your virtual interview. Nervous about this step? No worries, we have tips for acing your virtual interview!
You’re HIRED! What’s next? After your interview is complete, if you are selected, you'll get a call with a verbal offer. Then you'll receive a written offer and have to go through a background and drug screening.
Here are the top 4 reasons you'll want to join the team:
- Excellent pay and benefits
- Winning culture and commitment to diversity
- Community investment
Learn more about why you should kickstart your career at Frito-Lay today.
I always love to support companies that DO the right thing.
I was happy to read that Fritolay not only supports but empowers individuals with disabilities as employees AND in the job application process.
They state that "We believe evaluations should be based on merits and performance, so you can grow your career with us in ways that are unique to you."
Their program EnAble provides resources for associates with different abilities, as well as those that care for them.This can include technology-based productivity tools, education, and more. Through volunteerism and community fundraising events, EnAble raises awareness of the needs of persons with different abilities and the value they bring to Fritolay and our communities.
Below are just a few examples for reasonable accommodations during the application process so you can focus on your abilities and not what may be holding you back.
- Extended interview time
- Sign language interpreter
- CART Services
- Assistive technology such as a screen reader or braille keyboard
- Longer breaks between interviews
- ...and more
Be sure to visit our disability topic
AND check out how to get started with Fritolay.
Do you know someone with a disability that is having a hard time finding work? Be sure to click the share button and send this info over to them!
The work load @ Frito-Lay was far too much for one individual. They use their employees as pack mules