Frito-Lay Honors Operations Associates Named as PepsiCo’s Top Performers
Posted: 26 October 2010 | PepsiCo | No comments yet
Frito-Lay North America were honored as PepsiCo’s top performers worldwide with induction into the inaugural group…
Frito-Lay North America were honored as PepsiCo's top performers worldwide with induction into the inaugural group...
Thirty-six U.S.- and Canadian-based Operations associates from Frito-Lay North America were honored as PepsiCo’s top performers worldwide with induction into the inaugural group of Chairman’s Circle of Champion winners. Only 216 associates from PepsiCo’s more than 250,000-person global Operations team won this inaugural honor. PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi hosted the First Annual Chairman’s Circle of Winners induction ceremony on October 14 during a gala ceremony at the world renowned Museum of Natural History in New York City.
“The Frito-Lay U.S. and Canadian associates being inducted in the PepsiCo Chairman’s Circle of Champions exemplify the pride and passion needed to make and distribute the best possible snacks to consumers,” said Leslie Starr Keating, senior vice president, Operations, Frito-Lay North America. “These winners’ attention to detail and commitment to quality are an example to each of us at PepsiCo.”
Award winners represent an elite group of operations associates from around the world who demonstrate exceptional performance in the area of safety, quality, service, cost, sustainability and people skills. Frito-Lay is committed to recognizing and championing the achievements of its greatest asset – its employees. Talent sustainability is a core PepsiCo value and a key to Performance with Purpose.
Frito-Lay’s 2010 PepsiCo’s Chairman’s Circle of Champions: