Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – July 2, 2017
Review schedules for all 4 clubs and bring to kitchen. Make sure all staff present by 2:00 pm and assure all clubs are ready for afternoon and evening rush. Make sure all staff is in proper uniforms, all food is ready and prepared and bar staff is ready. Communicate with client with any issue that may arrive.
the atmosphere felt the need to watch your self even while doing the right thing
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 18, 2018
Wasn't able to use time that was accumulated.(vac) if you needed time off to attend something special even if it was in advance. seemed like the employees allowed to take off was the ones that been there for years as it went by seniority, so if they had put the time in for to be off the whole month be prepared to be disappointed.your best bet was to just call out. the way in which to clock in and out for lunch was just too much. only had an half an hour as opposed to the 45 mins it used to be. by the time you go clock out for lunch then clock back in your lunch was over.
Hostess/Food Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – July 18, 2018
This company provides uniforms and gives employees training on what needs to be done to keep both patients and personnel happy. I was able to glean knowledge of healthcare priorities when it comes to diet and also learn about the inter workings of food services.
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – United States – July 16, 2018
Management is under constant stress which makes it challenging everyday. I know not every account is this way but I wouldn't recommend this location. Work/life balance could be WAY better but management doesn't see how bad it is.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – July 16, 2018
Sodexo often involved disharmony between people who wore blue shirts and people who wore button-downs. There was often disrespect. As a worker who had shifts working in the office as well as on the line, I had to manage the flawed communication between these two groups at the age of 20. People were stressed constantly, fake reports were made, and it was not a day at Sodexo without hearing at least three people say "I hate this place".
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 16, 2018
i would meet with the hospital management and Sodexo management for daily updates. they also train you for management and lead positions. all employees were like family and were more then happy to lend a hand if needed.
Cook (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 14, 2018
A typical day at work is fun I've learned a lot of new skills The management here is great The workplace culture her is fair and diverse The hardest part of the job is nothing the job is easy The most enjoyable part of the job is cooking