Leader (Current Employee) – Galveston, TX – December 24, 2017
Typical day can be easy and hard depending on the people you deal with, in my case I've dealt with some great people and some of the worse people I have ever met. The best part of this job has to be the people you work with.
Just like most companies these days, Morrison overworks their managers. I just recently worked 40 hours in 3 days and my manager expressed that that wasn't enough for what was expected of me. Any company that wants you to work over 12 hours every single day isn't worth it.
Director of Food and Nutrition Services (Current Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – September 25, 2017
A typical day requires teamwork for success. I was able to develop stronger analytical abilities. Management is strong and direct and support staff as needed. The most enjoyable part of the job is team training.
Food Service Worker/Chef (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 18, 2017
• Prepared food items consistently and in compliance with recipes, portioning, cooking and waste control guidelines. • Verified proper portion sizes and consistently attained high food quality standards. • Planned lunch, dinner and bar menus, as well as special menus for in-house special events and catering. • Positively engaged with customers, offering menu information
Food Service Worker 2 (Current Employee) – Shamokin, PA – September 6, 2017
this company is managed by those who do not know what they are doing and have no experience with proper staffing. They tend to staff positions with their friends not with those who know the jobs and do what they can to complete the job in a timely fashion. They cannot correct the payroll issues that have been pointed out such as deductions for meals and taxes to municipalities that you do not live in or work in. The managers can barely work the computers and order the items needed to perform the duties and produce the meals for the residents. There have MANY DAYS WHERE YOU WORK 8 TO 12 HOURS STRAIGHT WITH NO BREAKS OR MEAL BREAKS.. had to rate them at one star above since the program would not allow a 0 star rating
Driver (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 31, 2017
I worked at Arizona State Hospital through Morrison.
My manager was very inexperienced. I don't know how she got the job.
One of the supervisors would hang out with some of the workers. They would all work together, eat lunch together, etc. I thought it was highly inappropriate to fraternize with the employees. Of course, they got away with not doing any work while the rest of us worked hard. Manager was aware of the situation and did nothing.
They went through something like 3 drivers in as many months and I recently saw yet another job posting for this position.
Also, many of the workers at Arizona State Hospital, who were not employed by Morrison, were downright nasty.
Worst two months of my life. ( I wish I could give the manager's name here because she does not deserve to have a job.)
The managers are rude and did respectful..They are not fare at all and very selfish co-workers..They abuse they workers and don't take care of any of they..The patients was the best thing about that job..
Dietary Clerk (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – August 21, 2017
I have worked in this department since i was 16 and worked my way up through the department. I left as a Clerk, they could not balance around family. They hire lots of entry level workers and use so much training them. The management needs help with communication and favoritism.
My own office, independant, learned alot about dietary needs of patients
healthcare, pay, hours, long days, drama, negative environment
Great Expeirence to further my Customer Service Skills
Food Server Worker (Former Employee) – Flowood, MS – June 19, 2017
The job was great and offered excellent experience and benefits but the could have been more team work from management. The day to day operations of the facility there was multiple job descriptions without the proper pay or correct title from what was previously discussed or work.
Dietary Aide (Current Employee) – Boulder City, NV – June 12, 2017
There are Some excellent people here on the staff in the different departments and the residents are very fine to know as well. The bosses here are very fair to the workers and there are opportunities for you to gain experience to move ahead to other positions in the same department
Sales assistant (Former Employee) – London – May 29, 2017
it was fun to work with the people. I learned to work in a team and also handle everything when there is short of staff. Management was helpful, if we get very busy they would come and help. the hardest part of the job was to co-ordinate with other department. The most enjoyable part of the job was the friendly, helpful team.