A great place to work, most of staff is dedicated to doing their best.
Pros: great benefit package, friendly staff, nice environment, good reputation
Cons: contracting of outside management causing low moral and also a decrease in press gainey score
A typical day, started out working the patient service trayline area, delivering meals and menus to patients.Later worked inside cafeteria serving hot foods and making beverages. Some days, operating the cash register and filling out cash reports, Then making deposits.I finally advanced to cold food preparations, caterings for VP's and special functions. Years later, I received a promotion, along with more paper work, scheduling of staff, customer service training, programming of cash registers, audits of cash handling procedures, improving menus,counseling,and lots of hands on experience.A good working relationship with staff. Overall a great relationship with the customers and staff. The hardest part of job was the change over to outside management. It effected the moral and the menu changes, affected the press gainey score and the customers did not like the food offered and the increases in cost. The expansions and renovations were also a challenge. The enjoyable days were being a part of the fund raisers for united way and the manager's training classes offered, there were lots of training for the staff.