Co-workers were nice. Simple menu. No evenings, weekends or holidays. Low paying job. Expensive benefits. Upper management was very unprofessional and disorganized, especially the HR department. They do not value their front line employees and will throw you under the bus in a heartbeat. Revolving door, high employee turnover.
Never worked for them (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 13, 2016
I applied for this company in the KCMO area for their food service position. I got a call to come in for an interview. I get to the interview & meet with this guy telling me that they're looking for a driver. I was extremely frustrated because my time and money was wasted. The posting says nothing about a needing a driver's license, or a driver. The position called for a food service worker at a midtown location. This company seems very unprofessional and unorganized to me. I haven't worked for them &wouldn't want you after that experience. Beware people.
I haven't experienced any
They're confused about what position they want to fill
Driver (Current Employee) – Indianapolis – May 5, 2014
By far the the worst job I've ever had and currently looking for something better. Route supervisors are clueless and no help, their boss is a complete moron and lazy who sits behind a desk all day. Work hours are from 3 AM and you won't leave until after 4:00 or later daily. They constantly raise prices in your accounts and continue to lose business. They don't care about your accounts or you as a driver as long as they are making money.
It's a job
Long hours, management, lack of training and no organization.
The company's culture is all about the bottom line, can't get the tools you need to do the job. They expect you to work with a very limited staff. Horrible benefits that cost as much as if you got them on your own. No help from upper management in fact they are basically nonexistent. They could be a good company in future if they changed the way they conduct business and treat the employees.
None that come to mind
bad insurance, no structure, management doesnt seem to care, they will tell you one thing but do the oppisite
food service (Current Employee) – Folsom, CA – January 20, 2016
Learned a lot everyday. Serves breakfast and lunch. I learned a lot administrative work. A very nice location for this company (Treat America). Most enjoyable part of the job is when everybody get along and having big events for the company i.e. Holiday Party. Hardest part of the job is when needed to talk to HR or other big bosses. It is hard to reach for them.
Food line worker (Former Employee) – Nebraska – January 27, 2015
Even if it is your last resort do not take this job it's dirty they are non compliant the managers are horrible the upper staff don't know what they're doing harassment and so on. They are Unorganized, roaches everywhere I can't believe they're still open to top it all off they serve food to customers and when the health department came in they looked over everything!! Disappointed in the system. They would prewarn the cooks and everyone in the back to get rid of old things and try to pick up asap before inspector got to there section its Ridiculous. Never will I point my finger in there direction for work at all by no means!!
Driver/Food Stocker (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 14, 2013
you are your own boss really. I enjoyed the job but management as afula nd wanted me to drive to indy from kokomo everyday and wouldnt compensate me and pay me hourly. The perfer you to live based on consumers useage vesus hourly pay.
Chef Manager (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – June 19, 2013
it is a good place to work if you want to be home with the family early, but if you want horrible management and horrible values then you can work there. but if you would rather have a good management and good values then I would suggest some where else.
No Management help or contact, Horrible values, no direction or help.
Route Driver (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 8, 2015
A typical day at work is just driving around filling vending machines. It can be back breaking work as you are constantly lifting and carrying totes full of snacks and crates full of pop. You get to work by yourself and it is a "work at your pace" kind of job. The faster you get all your stops done, the sooner you'll be off.
money room clerk (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 2, 2015
The manager in the money room acts nice when you are there for awhile but after that she treats you like a dog and talks down to you and makes you feel little, and she is very rude and sarcastic on purpose, nobody likes her, they've lost all original employees due to this problem they won't fix! The head manager of the dept. quite also. Do not waste your time working here, you will end up in jail or hurting someone.
Chef Manager (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – April 2, 2013
they will over work you and then throw you under the bus. you will not have a life outside of work and you will receive ZERO support from management and HR. the most enjoyable part of the job was leaving it.
Chef (Former Employee) – Denver – October 25, 2013
Treat America is the most unorganized backwards idiots posing as a fine dining establishment. If you want to waste your true skills prepare for cafeteria service. You will be hired with one job duty and be expected to wash dishes too. Really??! They document insurance in 60 days but really 90. Absolutely no communication with DM, RM, HR when you have ??'s. EXPECT TO HAVE NOTHING BUT NEGATIVE FEEDBACK. WE HAD A FULL WALKOUT.
Catering Coordinator and caterer (Former Employee) – Des Moines – March 3, 2015
I enjoyed my time with Splash because it is very fast paced and independent. I learned a lot about different varieties of seafood and wine. One manager was very hot headed and yelled at many employees. It was intense. Other than that-no complaints.
Catering Coordinator (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 30, 2015
Day to day must be a self starter. my managers jive me the freedom to make and fix my own mistakes. Co-work around me do what needs to be done without having to be asked. I love working with the customers.