Management Travel Support (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 9, 2015
A typical day at work is very busy, I have learned a lot about Morrison programs and financial management. I have enjoyed getting to know a diverse group of managers. The hardest part of the job is the uncerrtainity of contract managment. The most enjoyable part of the job is all the opprtunities that are available throughout the organization.
Vast opportunties for employment across all sectors of the company.
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Rhode Island – March 16, 2013
Morrison offers no support to accounts that need it. Our RDO only visits once a month when our client has asked over and over again to see him more. Because he is never here our Director is free to do what he wants. He waters down what we are giving the client because he wants to make his bonus and everyone else can be damned.
When we hold functions and need extra help it's like pulling teeth to get some. The Regional Executive Chef said he would be visiting once a month but no one has seen him in over 5.
Clinical Manager overseeing all operations of the diet office as well as carrying a patient caseload in a long term care environment
Clinical Nutrition Manager (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – October 20, 2012
A typical day was again performing various duties: I had a patient caseload so I needed to go see clients each day and chart on their nutrition status; I also had to oversee patient trayline and/or conduct test trays on occasion. I was an assistant to the Foodservice Director, producing daily and weekly reports and analytics. The management was very detailed on how they liked things done and we had a challenging client to satisfy so I gained worthwhile experience in client relations and sales. My co-workers worked well as a team. The hardest part of the job was satisfying sometimes unrealistic expectations and demands. The most enjoyable part of the job was that the management did recognize a job well done and that did feel good.
performing various duties each day to keep things interesting
satisfying a client with unrealistic, and at times, unachievable, goals
professional environment ensuring excellent customer service
Assistant Director / Executive Chef (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – September 27, 2012
responsible for a production staff of 40 members which consisted of hot and cold food production. Responsible for food preparation for a 500 bed hospital and responsible for providing food to the cafeteria which generated an average of $7000 a day in revenue
Field Systems Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 23, 2012
Working with vendors and manager on setting up and implementing devices throughout units within the continental United States. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to work with different people on all levels within the compnay. I am able to travel to locations when needed to ensure all has been implemented.
Great work environment always room for advancement
Patient/Retail Supervisor (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – September 5, 2012
There is much room to move in the company. I moved quickly with this company from a regular hourly employee to a salaried employee with in a year. They noticed my skills and work ethic and felt that advancement was necessary.
Director (Former Employee) – New Jersey – May 21, 2012
Compass as a whole is a very good company to work for, but my experience with Morrison was less than fair. There is little if any support from management. Even the client kept telling me that Morrison isn't giving enough support. I loved the client, but the negotiating skills of management flushed the contract down the toilet! One you loose the contract and are on the outside, there is no support for you. You're a number, that's it. At Morrison I learned that inorder to make it you have to know who's to kiss, when to kiss it and how to kiss it. Do 99 things right and they will hang you for that 1 mistake you made. The CEO of Morrison is a fantastic person along with some of the specialists I had the pleasure to work with, but I felt that they didn't even know the true story.
they pile on all kinds of reports to be completed without any relation to benefit to the client. There is zero support from corporate for any situation. My manager met with me only twice in one year even though he was at the account 2-3 times per month. They are aggressively expanding, but don't know much about the areas into which they wish to grow.
Manager (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – April 28, 2011
Job responsibilities are not communicated, tools for success are not provided, promotions are given based on buddy system rather than experience, qualifications and performance. Managers are not given a good work-life balance and often burn out.