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Working hours will completely depend on your role and environment. For example, we hire Housekeeping Managers for hospitals, and those may be 2nd or 3rd shift, while a Chef in a campus environment might have a day shift. This would be a good question to ask during an interview. - Autumn, Sodexo USA Careers Community Manager

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We have thousands of locations across the country, so there is a good chance there will be openings near your new location. However, availability of positions may vary, and you will likely need to apply for the new role vs. a "transfer." - Autumn Anderson, Sodexo USA Careers Community Manager

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A conviction will not necessarily disqualify you from employment with Sodexo. However, failure to disclose your complete conviction history will be considered falsification of the application and will be grounds for rejection of your application. - Autumn, Sodexo USA Careers Community Manager

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When Sodexo start they bi weekly payroll

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Depends on the account - I started at $14 hourly in MA for a very small location where I am the only Food Service Worker - only other employee is the Chef Manager

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Sodexo will require a background check and may require a drug screen for most positions. - Autumn Anderson, Sodexo USA Careers Community Manager

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Get a rid of all current management, get better uniforms, and actually treat your employees with respect and not have them run a marathon everyday just to get a little check that doesn’t equate to how much work we’re given. Sodexo has too many problems and none are being fixed.

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It was pretty quick for me. I had a face to face interview with the manager and was offered the job a few days later.

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It depends. Seems to be that if you want the job, you the job seeker have to take the initiative and call back to find out if the job is still hiring. But that's not just a Sodexo thing, its a job thing in general. Companies could care less if they fill roles anymore. The only thing they do is set the hours and pay a person will have to work. Welcome to working with Millennials

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Seems like forever

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