Pepsico

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PepsiCo Human Relations in Management MAN 4101 Spring 2013 February 17, 2013 Abstract From the time Pepsi merged with Frito Lay to form PepsiCo, the organization has grown. PepsiCo expanded their product portfolio to include something for all consumers. As a leader in the food and beverage industry and operating globally, PepsiCo has implemented a strong training background that develops employee’s managerial and leadership skills. The commitment of PepsiCo is Performance with Purpose, which is the pledge to deliver sustainable growth by investing in a healthier future for people and our planet (PepsiCo, Inc, 2012). History After dropping out of medical school, Caleb Bradham opened Bradham Drug Company. It is during…show more content…
Today, PepsiCo continues adapt to the increasing demand for convenient healthier alternatives. Code of Ethics Operating in six segments, PepsiCo American Beverages (PAB), Frito Lay North America (FLNA), Quaker Foods North America (QFNA), Latin America Foods (LAF), Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa, PepsiCo is commitment to Performance with Purpose. The belief at is being ethical is not only about doing the right thing but that it is also the right thing for the organization. Using a Worldwide Code of Conduct the company expects employees to have leadership responsibilities to comply with laws, regulations, and policies, as well as the resources to resolve ethical dilemmas, while providing a safe, clean and healthy workplace. PepsiCo is dedicated to holding all employees to the highest standards of ethics and compliance; never forgoing an ethical decision or compliant behavior to accomplish business goals. In spite of PepsiCo’s commitment to ethical behavior, the organization has been or perceived as being involved with unethical practices over the years. India, having the longest running allegations, criticized Pepsi of having high levels of toxins and pesticides in the water used by Pepsi soft drinks. Although Pepsi has denied these allegations, the company still has significant challenges with the perception from the stakeholders. Another

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