Senior Accounting & Operations Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 17, 2016
Compass is a great place to work if you like to manage your own projects, face a new challenge every day and work across departments. The office culture is great and there is a strong since of team unity among all the departments, employees and agents. With this attitude can come long hours and less work life balance as people strive to continue building a successful company. Overall an extremely rewarding place to work with solid management and high performing coworkers.
The customers were great. But the managers was not on the same accord.Tell employees different information about an job title.Managers put each other down to employees.At times the managers did not get along. Also different rules applies different to certain employees
Cashier/Barista (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 1, 2016
A typical day is arriving and counting the cash bag to make sure it is at the correct amount then talking to my supervisor about any work that needs to be done. Cashiering for customers and making drinks and sandwiches. Restocking products and cleaning the store. I learned about how to deal with customers and skills about my job. Management does a good job with keeping employees up to date with what is going on and enforces employees to follow policies and proper procedures. My coworkers are great but dont always communicate as well as they should. The hardest part of the job is making sure everything is stocked. The most enjoyable part of the job is just hanging out once all of the tasks are completed.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 31, 2016
This company is excellent to work for, I would be assisting customers daily with phone, bill or technical issues. The call volume could be 200 max daily even more. This job allowed me to understand patience, because 200 or more different personalities is what I experienced.
Pantry Chef Line cook cashier (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – May 24, 2016
I liked having the same customers every day, building friendships, and having a set schedule with my week ends free. A great place to work if you love morning shifts with the afternoons free to be with your family.
Very productive very friendly people to work with.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Tulare, CA – May 18, 2016
I filled patient lunches as well as dinners completed light duty cooking for all the patients in the hospital. Immediatley, following I collected dishes,trays, and assisted my co workers by delivering all food in between meal time.
Executive Chef (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 11, 2016
Like most food service providers, your experience with Compass will be wholly dependent on the location you work at, though the corporation itself does excel in providing training opportunities if you have the time for them.
LOA Coordinator (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 5, 2016
I learned a lot about short term disability and processing medical. A typical day at work would be to sign in to your computer get on the phone, take calls and provide associates with the appropriate paperwork sent through mail, as well as putting all the info in the system. At the same time you would work off excel which would have associates who needed to be processed in the system who sent emails. You wold be off the phones at a given time and process medical associates would send in which would then be approved to the time the doctors would give.
Head Cashier (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 3, 2016
I actually love working at my location as well as being apart of the company, I enjoy waking up knowing I part of an excellent team that moves and function as a unit rather than as individuals. Compass has given me a huge opportunity to develop my leadership skills as well as personal development in such a degree that I feel like I can pursue me own goals with my head held high. In all honest if I were to have changed my studies into more appropriate criteria I would have no problem in striving to climb the latter in Compass Group, however my passion lie elsewhere and not on a business sense of life.
Plenty of opportunities to grow, branch out and develop new skills or polish old skills.
Depending on the location there could be a limit to how far you can go
Food Service Director (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 26, 2016
Twenty years of outstanding record of success in restaurant management. Self motivated and result-driven. Involved in all aspects of business, including development/opening, encompassing execution of new concepts and consulting. Proven ability to learn quickly, increase profit through strategic planning, effective project management and process reengineering. Skilled in budget development and implementation, assess problems and initiate corrective action. Comfortable in fast-paced, high volume and stressful situations requiring attention to detail and follow-through. Able to motivate personnel to high performance standards and excellence. Demonstrated success in organizing tasks, increasing efficiency, and obtaining maximum results from limited material and manpower resources. Multi-lingual professional with excellent communication skills