Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – July 17, 2012
everyday was the same nothing changed, we would get shippments from big companys of big amounts of food we would have to store and date in a -5 freezer A big thing i got from the job was working alone, because when i got to the job it was alot of people leaving the job so they put me in a area that i control a whole cooler to myself! I did inventory alone i stock and dated all the food myself! I had good co-workers when i seen them i was always working alone so it wasnt to much interacting wit them. the toughest part of the job was learning to work alone at a fast past and just making sure everything was done good! The best part of the job was getting to eat lunch for free it was always a good meal and on the plus side it was free!
Beverage Supervisor (Former Employee) – Guam – October 11, 2016
LSG is work place were you do pretty much everything from cleaning using proper chemical directions. Sanitizing equipment and work area. Inventory of supplies,replenish and maintaining a safe environment of work. You also learn to work with others cause it is must in this company. This is to keep employees always a head and consistent on deadlines.
Pays good, and good benefits
management needs to work on planning and executing on their plans
Driver (Current Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – October 17, 2016
A company that could be a great place to work for, but fails in that regards, do to mismanagement. A unionized place but without any unity. I firmly believe the Union is ran by the company, based off the lousy structured contract the employees have to oblige by.
full time hours
a quarter raise per year for a low paying job is unacceptable.
Lead Dishwasher (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – September 18, 2016
is a good place to work i work in the dishroom as a lead but it is very hot in there it will be greater if they would turn on the air conditioner ibe been with this company for over a year and a half the pay is not good especially for being a lead i only have got one race since i been there and also the benefits are not great .
but they provide free food
the breaks are only 10minutes long wich is not good and lunch is half hour
Great place to work at good people and a greab jov
CDL-B driver (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – January 3, 2017
LSG is a great to place to work at. Learn great skills in regards to airport life. Make good money their also. The people that work their is what makes the place great. Don't matter what shift you work the people are friendly and willing to help out in any matter. Management is their weakness, they really only care about themselves and not the people that make them successful. I would say the hardest part of the job is the weather, their are good days and then bad. Its very hard to fight with mother nature though.
Great money and meet and work with great people
Funny that it is a catering company for but lunches are their worst problem their
Dishwasher (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – October 20, 2016
In this i learn every position in the dish room and how to be a runner for the cold kitcken. Management are find , they always try to find a better and faster way for us to get the job done. Co-workers are friendly they would help you with anything and teach you how to work safely.
Driver/Laborer (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 29, 2016
No job security and extensive amount of work for very little pay. No air conditioning in the trucks during the summer and heat in the winter. During the summer you nearly pass out of heat stroke and get no breaks. As for the winter you freeze with no heat in the trucks and the best they can do is leave the trucks running 24/7 so the engine can stay warm. They expect top of the line performance but do not show appreciation for the employees.
Assembly Builder (Former Employee) – Jamaica, NY – June 7, 2016
Since i have been working for Sky chefs, I have experience a lot of mischievous acts of employment. There is too much slack giving to the overnight shift. There is a lot of laziness and slack. not much contact with the the supervisors. Everything is touch and go with sky chefs. if you dont have the right information that they are looking for the company will not help you regardless of the situation. As an employee I did a good job at making myself available around the clock. especially working overnight. But there has been problems with an unfortunate event that has lead me to quit
free lunches and dinners, promotions and better opportunites
work load is too heavy, short breaks. Not really a secure and accurate to younger employees
Continuous movement and activity throughout entire shift
Airline Food & Beverage Equipment Assembler (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI 48242 – August 14, 2016
A typical day at work would consist of myself and co-workers working together to complete food trays, snacks, and beverages for 10+ DELTA flights. On some days, we're working in the cooler and stocking inventory, and on other days, we're in the kitchen making and wrapping sandwiches, filling and assorting food trays, and restocking beverage stock onto carts for flights. My work environment is enjoyable as co-workers and I work together to complete our daily agenda, while reporting to our shift supervisor about our completed work. A clean and sanitized work station is required throughout the shift.
Assembler/Packer (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – August 11, 2016
Sky Chef was an amazing job. Typical day at work is to come in and do what you are supposed to do depending on where your stationed for that day. I learned how to make the snack baskets for the airplanes. The management are all attentive and they are very very helpful. My co-workers were fine.