Chef (Former Employee), Santa Clara – August 10, 2015
Pros: usually free food
Cons: Customers coming in after closing
From dish washing to being a Chef, there was a lot to learn. Everyone employed there is very friendly, and job driven, everyone does there job correctly for the most part. Hardest part would be the rushes during dinner we get, and making the customers happy is the best part about it once they get there food.
Clinical Nutrition Manager (Current Employee), Florida – July 29, 2015
Pros: Free food, good benefits, job relocation opportunities, promotion opportunities
Cons: long days, a lot of work, medicre pay
My experience with Morrison has been varied over the 4 accounts I have worked in. Some accounts have a great staff and programs implemented and the job feels like a walk in the park, but mostly I have – more... dealt with troubled accounts that needed a lot of work. Your coworkers and immediate managers can make or break your job. For the most part, Morrison is full of good people that are fun to work with. The Morrison Program is very specific and requires constant training and monitoring. It can be exhausting but there are always easy days too that allow you to take a break. – less
cook 2 (Former Employee), Palm Springs, CA – July 14, 2015
My last workplace, a large kitchen in a hospital , is always hectic. Everyday a staff of about ten cooks, plus a dozen servers, is always running around busily to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner. Added – more... to that are outside events to be catered and requested specials from patients. I am the dinner cook for 250-300 patients. Once I start, I know exactly what to do, and I'm so focused on what I'm doing that I'm not aware of how fast the day goes by.. My boss stated that I'm one of the few employee he trusts to do a job well, so he doesn't have to micromanage my job performance. I'm especially proud of his confidence in me and that kept me from getting too complacent in my position - we have discussed possibilities of my promotion. I'm also grateful to be involved in many catering jobs - which are great learning experiences. The company also sponsored me to get a ServSafe certification and gave me lots of opportunities. The best thing is that I'm doing what I like and I'm actually good at it. – less
Morrison Community Living (Current Employee), NC, SC, Tennessee, Florida – July 8, 2015
Pros: Training for any position oppurtunity for great education
Morrison is an excellent company to work for. I am looking for a permanent position in the Florida area which is not available for me at this time. I have worked for Morrison for almost 15 years of service – more... with them training me from a catering associate to a director position. Traveling is great with learning new ways that different states eat. This has helped me develop a new look on food items to introduce at different areas in the US. – less
Due to me wanting to be a nurse i love to work in healthcare an helping others
Food and Nutrition (Current Employee), Thomasville, NC – June 16, 2015
Pros: being in healthcare, benefits, working with people, more career oppertunites, nutritional health
Cons: no holiday pay, starting salary
I love working in the healthcare environment that includes helping others. At Morrison we value out patients an customers to ensure that they have great an nutritious food. Working for Morrison has showed – more... me a lot an taught me a lot of nutritional an fun facts that is related to food an the importance of health in everyday meals. Sometimes it can be a challenge like any job when some days are more steady than others, but the most important thing is serving wonderful customer service. – less
Retail Supervisor (Current Employee), Houston, TX – June 13, 2015
it was a good place to do some great cooking and really flex some creativity, but management did not have much interest in advancing anyone. there was a big line between managers and staff and they often drove people away with broken promises. but still a great place to work on your skills and try some healthy new approaches to cooking.
Financial Analyst (Intern) (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – June 10, 2015
Pros: Feed you quite often
-Great management -Spacious Offices -Best culture around -Friendly coworkers -Enjoyable interaction with management -Office jobs tend to be long days -Schedule is very flexible depending on management -Do great work and the company rewards you quite often
Retail Manager (Current Employee), Paramus, NJ – May 20, 2015
Pros: Pay, Benefits, Training
Cons: some accounts are tougher than others
Compass Group offers a wide variety of tools for managers to learn and become better. They are a great company to become a part of but your overall satisfaction will come through in your account. You have to find the right account with motivated people and lots of support from your client. Bad accounts can slow you down and it takes time to find out where you fit.
Diverse and Productive Kitchen in a Healthcare Environment
Catering Associate (Current Employee), St.Louis,Mo. – April 2, 2015
Pros: Down time, Free fountain drinks
Cons: Management, Job security
Serving Patients on a daily basis for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.I make sure all Patients and nurses needs are meet in a timely manner. Hardest part about my job is, trying to stick a set routine while – more... being interrupted by phone calls from nurses and patients. I have learned how to have a lot of patience, especially for 12 hours. I really enjoy having a bond with my patients and nurses on a professional level. Management could be a lot better. – less
Assistant Director/Training Specialist (Current Employee), Southeast Region – May 14, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Room for advancement, great atmosphere, teamwork expected. Usually worked Monday through Friday, some weekends depending on events and scheduling. Management promoted from within. Enjoyed working, training staff and visiting with patients and family members.
PATIENT SERVICE MANAGER (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – October 22, 2013
Pros: good benefits
Cons: not place to grow.
Start early everyday, I have to get all the nutritional values, recipes for the menu of the day and then do the ordering and inventory. Work for this company I got the opportunity to learn more about P&L, – more... budget, Food cost and follow P&P. The managment team were good experienced people that I learned so much. Like in every work place challenge is part of everyday typical day at work but get succees is the most enyoyable part of my job. – less
I had a 10hr work shift I learned financial skills and customer service my management team was well rounded my co workers were excellent they provided great customer service the hardest part about the job was the extra long hours but that didn't really bother either cause I love what I do