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I worked for Compass Group for 9 grueling months in Charlotte, NC, and hated every day of it. Management was a joke. Everyone was chasing their tails trying to make the client happy, with no clear direction from anyone. Part of this is due to the client: Bank of America. Their culture is very similar.
I was the Audio Visual Manager, however job responsibilities included everything. From delivering catering, to room setup, to troubleshooting equipment that did not belong to Compass. Extra responsibilities never bother me; I don't mind working to help the team. But doing the job because the company is unwilling to pay hourly workers to come in is unnecessary. Add to that the expectation to work the minimum of 50-60 hours per week, and be on call on your time off. I could have dealt with all of that if management didn't treat you like dirt. Once you get your first paycheck, they send a list of expectations. And it gets longer every day. I traveled with the company to other BOA locations on the east coast, and the sentiment was the same.
I personally would avoid this company.