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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Compass Group a better place to work?

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I can value everyone and consider humanity, uproot racism and promote teamwork ,eliminate gossipers who follow leaders to discuss about other staffs so as to get promoted ,for at the end it leads to hatred to the staffs and later on the chain of team work and trust gets broken. Thank me later.

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I would make sure if someone came for a career they were respected.

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It seems an overall answer would be treat us as employees that represent the company in a positive way. We feel we are simply replaceable. From experience of new hires We have seen a lack of concern for running a kitchen effectively. It is hard work preparing food for 450 students in 2 hours and only having 6 employees they all need to be hands on and prioritizing. It can and does get overwhelming when you have one or two employees that have not been trained and throw them in blindly not knowing their intended course of a day. Kitchen staff represent Compass, Chartwells, and I don’t feel we are looked on by school staff with satisfaction of our end result daily. I pride myself in working hard and completing tasks at hand but it shouldn’t be so stressful in a day to day operation that is actually repetitive. Thank you for allowing us to input. That speaks volumes to us that feel we do not matter

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I would sit with a group of employees from each department and ask what is most important to them in order to be able to have improve the quality of communication amoungst employees. In addition, I would like to hear what they expect from their employer such as goals, incentives, personal issues. Then try to implement the best resolve possible with their input.

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Make parking better for employees

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Require them to take at least two off days per week. Provide cell phones to mgmt, let Managers make their own schedules, Fair treatment to all staff.

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They need to respect the workers. Stop being so arrogant and looking down on us when we talk to you. We are human beings

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Offer more money per hour, restructure departments and out good workers as leads

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Hire shift leads for every shift. The management is over worked and spread too thin so there isn’t enough coverage. Cheap company.

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Offer much better paid

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