Employment Solutions, Temp (Former Employee) – Loveland, CO 80538 – September 22, 2016
This was a very good position for me, solving and taking care of maintenance issues with plenty of electrical problems to solve, down side they were not going to hire permanent, cut backs and management changes were happening.
Cook/Asst. Chef (Former Employee) – California – August 10, 2016
After 25 successful years in the food industry I have to say it was an overall good experience. Creativity and hard work combined was great and often good appreciation from the clients. I began as a dishwasher at 13 and learned so much so fast I was running a 2.5M dollar catering house (all facets) and a full time restaurant by 21 years old. Most people in the food industry are transient so friends are rare but solid people for the most part. Pay often terrible and management always about their bottom line and disagreeable but we ate well and got paid so it covered a multitude of sins. Most enjoyable part was after a good Friday or Saturday dinner rush was having a beer and talking to my coworkers in the aftermath.
Hot Foods Clerk (Former Employee) – Carol Stream, IL – August 8, 2016
there is one manager Felisha who if they get rid of many people including myself will go back and work there, she needs to learn respect for others, she talks down and uses profanity towards the employees, and when brought to the attention of the higher management nothing gets done. its sad. but is she would leave that store i would go back and work there in a heart beat.
Subway (Former Employee) – Linton in – July 24, 2016
Subway is a good restaurant very friendly and very clean the managers were really nice and I loved working at subway it was a very positive work place everyone was positive it was a good paying job at 8 dollars and hour
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – July 14, 2016
Stay as far away from this place as possible. Worked here for 17years and treated like dirt for last 5 years. No respect for drivers and hard work you do here. Management cares only about numbers and hates people who are on FMLA or are sick or injured. They will find away to get rid of you and play favorites games with employees. Stay far away from here as Union does little to help you out when you need it most
Not a lot!
Management will throw you under the bus to self preserve themselves!
Hard worker (Former Employee) – Sturgis, MI – July 5, 2016
Working for Canteen Services was a good job over all but poor training. I was trained in how to run the day, basic paperwork, and computer work but you are never really trained in how to handle inmates. I was given a book to read, as a training manuel as how to deal with inmates. I learned a lot about food temperatures, and diets. The hardest part was watching what to say around inmates but be stern and friendly at the same time.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – June 30, 2016
Worked there for 2 years, when we got taco johns and Dairy Queen, things got worst I started planing to quit, working 12 hrs every day (6pm -6am) people come n go, they hire today the next day he quits. In my 2 years I've seen more than 200 ppl hired and only 2 can stay, when I left 17 ppl were picking cases over 23,000. If u need money then go there, start pay 17.85
Customer service (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – June 22, 2016
Long hours and wonderful service for the customers. The management there found ways to get us to try knew things without it being dangerous. Most of co-workers are easy to get along with then there's the co-workers who try to tell you what to do when the boss said something else which would get irritating. I learned how to recognize food allergies, different ways to cut up food by the recipe, and to make sure there was enough food. The hardest part of this job was having to deal with the co-workers who didn't know what they were talking about or cooking with my own personal allergies.
Lunchroom Technician (Former Employee) – Covington, LA – June 17, 2016
This is a high-energy, fast-paced position that requires strict application of all government sanitation and food safety rules. Because you are in a school you are expected to be professional at all times. Generally, the climate is good. As long as everyone does their jobs, the day flows smoothly. Very satisfying when you see the happy children who enjoy the product you have made for them.