Warehouse Assistant (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – February 23, 2019
Working in an area that you have to be fast and make sure that you are ahead of the given time and by the time that you are doing your job and the responsibilities that you have, you have to work in a team work, in group work you can work and reach to your goals fast.
Gate Gourmet has gone downhill in the last few years.
Overnight Manager (Former Employee) – Schiller Park, ILLINOIS – April 20, 2019
The unit has become an asylum for belligerent young African American individuals. It may as well be run by the union and street gangs. The lack of unprofessional work ethics is absurd. And this is supported by the General Manager and the human resources department.
Lack of discipline from the top The rules are only applied if th. When they feel like it, If Supervisors .
Equipment Assembler (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 19, 2019
There is a poor taste in my mouth about the company for several reasons if I'm being honest. Something is wrong with the management. In the defense of the job I received from them (and resent a little) it is clearly stated in the application that the applicant agrees to lift push or pull 70+ lbs with help or something like that but I ignored it in desire to secure employment quickly, not mindful of what the true cost of having the job would be.
Free lunch, paid weekly.
Heavy repetitive work, really annoying environment with cheeky coworkers, I didn't feel respected for the amount of work, didn't want to give more in effort as a result
Lead (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA 92110 – April 10, 2019
Worked in a cooler under 40 degrees, they made everyone work overtime everyday even when that's against the law. The women who have been with the company for years were bullies. A lot of stress for not a lot of pay.
Manger of Operation (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 3, 2019
it's OK place to start off if you really need a job but in all fairness they do not care about there employees. so i cant keep giving my all to a company who only sees money and not the people who helps there business thrive.
driver (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 26, 2019
Too many drama going here, it’s not good place to work here because they don’t raise the wages every year. Some coworkers are gossiped and treat badly for new commers. Be careful with those people in the building.
Free lunch but yesterday’s meal from CVG
Coworker acting like a supervisor on shift. Too many favoritism
Storeroom Clerk (Former Employee) – O'hare International Airport, IL – March 26, 2019
First, this is not a restaurant so why ask do we get tips? we’re dealing with the customers at all. It was a lot a drama in this place from the workers but if you mind your business you will be fine. I love this place because if you wanted to try something different, you have that opportunity. I’ve worked so many positions working here. You will gain a lot of experience.
This company is union based (Love It) Everything is based off seniority so don’t get mad when the person who does nothing at all, lazy as out doors and don’t deserve it gets a positive over your great working skills.
Transportation (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 26, 2019
Started working at this place and was extremely frustrated with the fact that none of the leaders put in place that I was to train with spoke clear English or could give clear directions. On top of that all the equipment was unsafe with trash bags holding up safety rails on trucks to prevent you from falling down. Safety wires about to pop at any minute with wires broken and sharp. No sense of leadership from the leads on duty and being a union job none of the employees even could tell me about the union. When I asked they all told me the union just takes their money and does nothing. Your expected to stay late every night without being told to do so without mandatory overtime issued at all. This facility is old and needs a face lift as soon as possible with updates and new equipment before someone gets hurt or seriously injured. This is a worldwide company and needs to be looked at closely.
Unsafe, no overtime pay until your 40 hour mark, bad leadership, weird people.
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – March 15, 2019
this job was a bad company. pay rate was very low it was a very stressful job. learned how to load airplane with food snacks. Management was very unorganized really disrespectful didn't care how they speak to you.
They play favoritism and their rules are not going by equal opportunity . They have poor managment and dont handle situations properly. Their food nas
dishwasher/ warehouse packer (Current Employee) – M H Jackson service rd. – March 15, 2019
That job sucks. 20 cent raise. Poor customer service. They treat employees with no respect. Food is nasty and people get sick due to mold. Bathrooms are nasty. Payroll is rude to employees and money goes missing for pay. They allow fighting. Overall not a good job to work at. Union fees
Buyer/Storeroom Supervisor (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 14, 2019
Kitchen was chaotic. Poor management, never proactive in improving work place. Union employees can do anything they want without worry of termination for violating company policy or union contract. No limitations set for customer orders.