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.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Camden, NJ – January 15, 2019
I learn to work fast and to keep moving in a fast pace. The management were helpful went you need them. There is different culture there and they don't really act in a nicely manner with others. Some get along and some done. The hardest par of the job is working fast to get everything done in little time.
Wrking with a Union
Wroking with people that don't want to work together.
As I mentioned before as a grill cook you do everything by yourself. You can start very early in the morning. And you can work an afternoon shift to. Supervisors will only help you if absolutely needed. Pay is to little for the work you do. If you love working alone this is the job for you. Management is okay. And like every job there are some not so nice people.
Great benefits, $5.00 free lunch.
Work by yourself, some mean people, does not pay enough.
Sodexo is not a good company to many turnovers with management. Hiring new employees but to cheap of a company to replace laptops and phones that are needed for the job. Unethical behavior with management. Dishwasher always breaking down silverware was always dirty but management wanted us to still use it . No type of structure day to day you did not no what you would be doing . No type of help from management especially for new employees new employees not being trained properly. Employees hired part time but working full 12 hrs and management never doing anything about it even when employees complained. HR sucks only looks out for their job as well as management.
Patient Transporter (Former Employee) – New Jersey – January 13, 2019
Get your patients safely from point A to B If there were no patients you sit around and wait (rare) Time management is key as you were timed per patient per hour If you don’t have satisfactory times you will be reprimanded
Catering Director (Former Employee) – NY – January 11, 2019
Responsible for supervising all food service operations at fifteen elementary schools (7000 students), as well as all catering functions at the City of Bridgeport Thomas E. Carroll Nutrition Center and other locations city-wide.
Works days so long you just want to collapse when you get home, covering multiple positions instead of the one you get paid for, obvious favoritism and disregard for the rules for certain individuals. If that is the kind of environment you like, then this is for you.
General Maintenance worker (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 10, 2019
I like the atmosphere, the employees are easy to work with. I learned many trades, such as forklift, how to operate a boom lift and scissor lift. We were taught a lot about safety and I earned a certificate.
Senior Supervisor II (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – January 9, 2019
As long as you keep a positive attitude, Its a exciting place to work. You will meet different people from different cultures. You will also be able to take classes if you are interested in going back to school.
Customer Service/Cashier (Former Employee) – Westborough, MA – January 9, 2019
They went through alot of managers while I was there.
I enjoyed being a cashier.
Being located in a business building made it difficult because there were a number of customers were regulars and thought they should be treated with discounts/favors. They would get really upset when I stood my ground and said you need to pay for what you get and you need to pay the full amount before you can leave with the food. And almost every time they would try to argue about prices/ wanting discounts etc.
Other people were very nice and made it a enjoyable experience working there.