Director of Facility Operations (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – November 30, 2016
Corporate wasn't really helpful during my time there. There was high turnover and never knew who to talk to. The client was great and they were having financial troubles. Corporate was great with being compassionate about it but also wasn't giving us the tools we needed to succeed.
Caterer (Former Employee) – Oxford, PA – November 28, 2016
hectic yet can be balanced learned how to multiple task as well as rapidly provide excellent quality work the management assisted one to learn the environment and provide their job to full ability hardest part coping with unpleasant customers most enjoyable part providing satisfaction to customers
Assistant Food Service Director (Current Employee) – Washington, DC /Baltimore MD – August 31, 2016
Thompson Hospitality is a very challenging place to work to. The training is almost in non existent which makes it hard for growth within the company. A typical day is very hands on for a manager, because of the lack of staffing. I feel Thompson hospitality focuses more on delivering service and not quality service.
Cook (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – July 26, 2016
If you have a good work ethic, then you should have no problems. There is always work that needs to be done, so staying busy is no issue. The management is available to answer questions on procedure and policy so ask before assuming. Good place to work. Opportunities to advance will open. They will work with you to fit the needs of the business. Good people.
Fry cook (Former Employee) – Lincoln Univ, PA – May 12, 2016
In like a lion out like a lamb, every semester started off giving the food area hundreds of students with student bucks and as the student bucks ran out we got less and less kids. making it much much easier to get bored during the work day.
A typical day at work for me starts first by going in with a great positive attitude and ready to work. I enjoy my work, I love to learn all aspect of my job, but not only my job, but others as well. I am friendly and like to get along with my co-workers and learn from them all I can. I would say for me personally there is no hard part of any of my jobs, because I feel that you can always find a way to make your job easier and still do it right. the most enjoyable part of my job is when a job is completed and it turn out awesome and everyone is happy with what I have done then I know I did my job well and that's great feeling
i have worked and learn from great chef and tasted great food
Food Server/ Cashier (Current Employee) – Itta Bena, MS – May 4, 2016
Thompson Hospitality was a very interesting experience. I enjoyed working with others and tasting new foods from our selection of food. The people I worked with were very kind and we always worked as a team. Even though I was an undergraduate student working as a cashier for dinner, I manage to balance my job and school out well. Nevertheless, I would say the hardest part of the job was the students and their opinion about how I should perform my duties as a student versus an employee.
Catering Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – March 15, 2016
Catering supervisor is a very fun career! Thompson Hospitality is not the best company to work for in my opinion. The pay is not great, and management is unorganized. Co-workers could be disrespectful. The best part of the job was interacting with guests at events and making sure that they were satisfied. Catering weddings were also fun!
Retail Supervisor (Current Employee) – Institute, WV – February 13, 2016
I worked for three years at Thompson Hospitality West Virginia State University location...it was absolutely the worst working expierence of my life. It is unprofessional and unorganized. This company definitely fosters a place of unprofessionalism
manager (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 2, 2016
This company has a few violations on EEOC Human Resources is very poor The compensation is less than good . Is not Corporate support to lower management and Unit GM's become bullies abusing the employees accusing them of bad performance to avoid increase on rates an save some money on Budget
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 7, 2015
I've worked here for years. For what I do, it's pretty good. There are some internal things I think should change that would make the operation run better. There is a slight disconnect between the operation & corporate levels at times that can make it a little difficult.