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How did you feel about telling people you worked at SSP America?

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Not good @ all.

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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It's not a fact I brag about, but the job served a purpose for that time in my life. I think it was typical for my age and education level.

Answered - Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Cedar Rapids, IA

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Apprehensive. Not very proud of the company's accomplishments or legacy. The upper management is more concerned about their bonuses than about supporting their managers. There are some good people here, but most don't last because they burn out. They need to reassess their mission statement. Excessive turnover due to terrible hiring/screening practice. Overworked staff, under supported leadership team, no real training. They need to work on a lot of things to truly become the Food Travel Experts. Not bad for a first step or a in-between job but with all the clearance and security drama from TSA, it's almost not worth the effort to go through the hiring process.

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Lazy and depend on union

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Houston, TX

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It was alright telling people. I mean i did tell them its not that great of a place to work. But if you need the cashier expperiance than its a good first job.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Embarrassed

Answered - Bartender (Current Employee) - Houston, TX

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