Questions and Answers about Sky Chefs Inc.

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Sky Chefs Inc. a better place to work?

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I behave good with employees cowworker.and all of them like family memmber. With good Hart try to solve all problem and make everyone happy stay life with good work .love to help all cowworker.employe.and.management.

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Higher standards for the supervisors. Properly train the works , when I was there training was in a class setting and we did not talk about what our job was. It was on ethics. Supervisor tell you they can't train you, will send you home if you do not understand. Allow family to supervisor and have favorites

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Hire employees that speaks and understands plain ENGLISH, especially if they’re going to train new hires🤬🤷‍♀️Also pay is really low for the amount of hours employees are putting in, increasing it would have new hires actually stay and love to work!! Pay is too low to even do overtime from 5am to 5pm? I mean it’s a waste of time so I would definitely increase the pay for all employees not no minimum wage🤨

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Hire new management and supervisors that present themselves in a professional manner. Better wages and ensure employees are being paid for ALL hours worked.

Answered - Materials Handler (Former Employee) - Morrisville, NC

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I would get rid of some people there who have been there for too long for sure and refresh the team.

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Please retain management team!

Answered - Billing Specialist (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN

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Better incentives, more realistic goals for 1 person to accomplish or use teams to get the job done faster.

Answered - Auditor (Former Employee) - Irving, TX

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Focus more on employees to better the overall moral.

Answered - Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA

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Offer employee incentive programs to reconcile the low wages hourly employees earn. Send supervisors & management to development classes to become better superiors and learn the golden rule of respect. Offer "employee of the month" incentives to raise the morale rate of the organization.

Answered - Transportation Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) - Des Plaines, IL

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Coordination of operating departments

Answered - Procurement Manager (Current Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA airport

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