Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 10, 2016
If u like working outside in the weather .its ok . all the over time u want and don't want .its a mandatory 4hr hold on employees on a daily basis .Management sucks .they treat their employees like children . There are no pay raises issued.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Schiller Park, IL – November 2, 2016
very, very busy what i learned is how to be a production inspector management was great as well my co-workers were very helpful if one slack they would be there to pick you up the hardest part was staying awake cause it was grave yard shift the most enjoyable part was getting our work finish.
Director (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – November 2, 2016
Bad company. Low margin, labor and capital intensive business results in employees being stretched in order to achieve operational and financial performance. No investment in people or processes. Sold in early 2016 to HNA (a Chinese conglomerate). Poor leadership produced by a revolving door in HQ. I personally witnessed employee disrespect both in management and field personnel. Provided poor food to employees and this from a food service company. Poor pay, no training, wants one employee to do the job of two or three. Yet they keep underperforming employees because they can't go anywhere else. Stay away.
Incompetent Leadership, Poor Pay, No Respect for People
Galley Lead, Driver (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 14, 2016
It is a fast paced place to work. They offer good hours, great money, and I love working there. The most difficult part about the job is the weather. We work in the hottest of the hottest, and coldest of the coldest.
Porter (Former Employee) – 1500 Jackson Landing – October 3, 2016
This job will make you do hard work and of money you can not live and survive off of this company you would need two or three jobs to survive the benefits is high for a little money you make the Union is not good they take your money every month and you still make a little bit of money they say you were going to get a raise but they lie all the time so they can get they way they have you in a position for a long time and then they move you from that position if your application say you were for this positioned they move you this company is not a good company if you trying to survive this company would not do
Pantry Worker (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 3, 2016
I worked in the pantry it was ok but when it was cold outside it's sometimes cold inside because I'm working with food especially the fruit. Times would get hard when extra flights would come in or someone else was slacking so that made it harder sometimes for us to catch up. I enjoyed working with the company and meeting new people of different races.
Quality Assurance Manager Assistant (Current Employee) – Hapeville, GA – September 20, 2016
Work as team players Management work well with employees Very fun work place employees work together as a team to get the job done. Management shows appreciation to employees General manager very friendly and professional
Food Production (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 17, 2016
its a fast pase work inside a cooler. preping foods for different airline companies. prep, pack, and storing is part of what i do at this company. It is a safe job to work at as long as you follow the safety guidelines.
inbound international flights (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 12, 2016
I've always prided myself on my ability to stay with a company and grow for years as in 10+. This company I only stayed 2 months. They work you overtime without notice up to 4 hours over. This happened on a regular basis. In two and half months I only went home on time twice. They don't care about their employees. Your expendable. You do get to eat free in the cafeteria as a job perk. What they fail to mention is that its leftovers from what airlines no longer wanted to serve, rarely is there enough to go around, its overcooked and prepared in unsanitary filthy conditions. The bathrooms are worse than any freeway service station restroom I've ever been in. Management talks to their employees like dogs. They will yell, embarrass, and humiliate you in front of co workers. The pay is minimal for the amount of work they want. Its like a dirty sweat shop. If I were you I would never drink from a soda can on a Delta plane ever again. Its just gross what conditions these are kept in and then just rinsed off with just water(sometimes not even clean water) and sent right back out for people to drink on a plane. I would not recommend this job to anyone. I don't mind the work. Its the conditions and the treatment that are intolerable.
Transportation Team Setup (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 8, 2016
Typical day at gate gourmet is to make sure im ice bucket is filled up so i can do all my flights as quick as possible. Also to make sure my flight has the correct amount of food, soda, water and beer/wine.
Transportation Supervisor (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – August 27, 2016
With the current management at this company run away as fast as you can. They go through employees daily. New employees last an average of 3days. Then all the other employees must pick up the extra work while management sits in their office or goes home. Then you are reprimanded for not doing the job of four total employees and also the overtime spent trying to complete all the extra work.
Most other employees are hardworking, good people. Free lunches
Broke promises in regards to hours, responsibilities, and most of all, wages. Promised raises even following positive work evaluations are a lie.