Assembly Team Member (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – October 30, 2013
Its like being back in high school, they will talk behind your back, smile in yo face. Managers dont do anything about it. They so dirty, females be on they phones while touching the food, they dont wash they hands most of the time and they talk they lungs out all over the food. Just to imagine kids eat that grossed me out so much. Oh and one more thing, do not let anyone see that you're good at something, cause you'll end up as they puppet.
Distribution Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kenner, LA – December 9, 2015
Keeping up with the production statistics for weekly product. I also had to make sure each driver had their delivery trucks, loaded and all of the products was secured properly before they pull off from the warehouse. Make sure each driver radio in when they got to each destination,
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 3, 2015
Awesome place to work the environment is wonderful and working with the kids makes it even better. Very laid back work not too much heavy lifting or anything but must be able to work and fill out order sheets for food and beverage deliveries
School Site Serve,rLead Server (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 19, 2015
a typical day at work is that you stay very busy there no dull moment what I learned working with revo foods don't make friends just do your job management was okay but they do not solve issues they sweep the issue under the rug my co-worker was not working as a team and I believe team work makes a dream work. the hardest part of this job was loosing my job after being with the company for two years I really enjoy working with this company because I love working with kids also love cooking .
kids did not like the food menu wanted something diffrent .served the same meals every week
Director of Operations/AGM (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – February 7, 2015
Every day different with challenges desire to achieve to maximize my potential being effective and efficient to achieve excellence. What is important to learn is 87% about people's skills and 13% of product knowledge. Create a culture & environment, where people can have fun and learn at the same time. The hardest job is to please everyone and the funniest job is to server others with servant leadership being passionate and caring about others needs and desires.
" You can not always get happiness but you can always give happiness".
Truck Loader/ Cook / Line Backer (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – December 29, 2014
typical day would be staying late to finish work i learned to get motivated quick management ( contact for more info ) co-workers were amazing hardest part of the job i showing up the net day for more most enjoyable was payday
Fun place to grow and advance while serving healthy food
Driver (Current Employee) – Cheverly, MD – December 26, 2014
The typical day at work for me is pretty routine. I get to work early in the morning and assemble all my food for my route. I organize and load my truck how my daily route is set up. I deliver and set up food to be served by school officials. I pick up all company belongings and materials to be returned to my work site. I clean and unload my truck so its ready for the next morning. Management keeps you informed and ready for any situation presented. My Coworkers are great. We all work as a team and help out when needed. The hardest part of the the day is the morning time. It has its perks by getting off early in the day. The most enjoyable part of the day is seeing the kids learn and enjoy the food I've brought them.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Commerce City, CO – September 24, 2014
The mission for what the company is trying to do would be awesome if what they promote was true. The lack of actually treating your employees with respect is lacking. Employees who have been working with the company became agitated with new employees earning more than them.... Food is not prepared fresh as they claim. Food is prepared a day ahead and most of these items are FROZEN not fresh and thawed out a day ahead for next day production. The date put on the food is false advertisement because kids are actually eating food that may have been sitting for a day or two. What kind of Revolution is that.
false advertisment, no company backing, backstabbing management and wanna be hr
Kitchen/Cook Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kenner, LA – August 29, 2014
I really enjoyed working for this company I learned a great deal about the business as well as learned more about myself. A typical day at work consists of preparing my cook team for the day with our morning huddle and assigning each of them their task for the day, making sure all recipes were followed to specifications. My co-workers were very nice and open to new ideas, we all worked well as a team. The hardest part of my job was dealing with difficult people. The most enjoyable part of my job was knowing that with my help we were providing our clients (school children) with healthy lunches.
Food Service Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 17, 2014
A typical day at work would be preparing and serving 300-350 elementary students breakfast, lunch and snack 5 days a week. I've gained plenty of knowledge and problem solving skills from this company. I managed about 2-3 other employees during this time. This company is very supportive and very caring of employees and the school lunch systems. I attended various meetings and courses to improve my customer service and managerial skills. The most enjoyable part of this job is serving kids healthy meals.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Landover, MD – June 10, 2014
Prepare cold lunches or hot meals to students is the typical day at work.I learned to interact with the teaching staff and students.Management is wonderful.My co-workers always where helpful.There was no hard part of this job. Just the school staff was most enjoyable