Management cooperative; attempt to pair like minded employees together.
Catering Associate (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – September 8, 2017
I enjoy my job for the most part although first four weeks a bit stressful as established employees more than willing to act as top brass giving unsolicited instructions. Once that situation was addressed and everyone began speaking kind words to each other the overall atmosphere lightened so that working conditions were tolerable. Please and Thank You go a long way.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mcdough ga – December 7, 2018
Good company but need to pay more money that salary is for a person who just left out of highschool very low on cleaning products poor mangerment no security at night at the schools bad turn over they just need to be organized
Cook/Prep (Current Employee) – Clarksdale, MS – December 7, 2018
Have enjoyed working there. Need a better paying position. Relocated and need a shorter commute. I am a fast learner and can work in any safe environment with the proper equipment provided for the job I am doing at the time.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Evansville In – November 30, 2018
Housekeeping it has been people they’re at the hospital not cleaning The room is properly hey seeing that within the company in the atmosphere it was competitive a lot of adults this over the age 45 that has been there for years seem to have the upper hand and lie on others that company saying very racist not only to myself but other employees as well the nurses staff at the hospital is very rude they physically make contact my knocking you down and when I reported it nothing worth talking of action which made me feel like a supposed to take that
Kitchen Line Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Luis, AZ – November 30, 2018
• Maintained kitchen under supervision. • Worked and supervised with 30-40 correctional inmates every day under supervision with a correctional officer in the kitchen area. • Inventory control maintained documents such as an assistance, kitchen job opening, and food measures. • Food displays such as: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. • Inspect kitchen food lines and dining areas, before food was served on time for the inmates.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Virginia – November 29, 2018
No teamwork, managers not involved, managers always has attitude, lots of favoritism shown. Managers gossip with employees about other employees.. Actually with better management the company may run alot smoother, but management makes for an very hostile environment.
Chef (Current Employee) – Kirkland, WA – November 26, 2018
Having a good time at this job. But always looking for better. Food is free for all the googlers. So no stress about making sales. Just have to know what you are doing to be able to keep up with the hi pace.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Lexington, ky – November 26, 2018
The management is unorganized and disrespectful. They treat you like a kid and try to talk to you like you're a kid. They show favoritism. They overwhelm you with extra work to do. No wonder the turnover rate is ridiculous.
Environmental Services (Former Employee) – SOUTHWEST MEMEROIAL HERMAN – November 26, 2018
Do not.....Warning do not work for this company the managers are disrespectful it's not worth all the ignorance that goes on no wonder they are always hiring. This is one of the worst jobs I've ever had was working for crothal I will never refer anyone to that company. Ur setting your self up for failure if u ever go work for some ungrateful disrespectful people that truly don't give a dang about their employees.