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.
SERVER/CASHIER (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL – March 21, 2019
Sodexo is nice for a part time job. It doesn't pay enough to be a full time only job but is nice if you need a little extra to help you get by. It is nice that they offer 401K even for Part time that is nice.
HVAC Service Technician (Former Employee) – Pineville, LA – March 20, 2019
This workplace sucks. they are on the good ole boy system, Its all about who you know, not what you know. I would never refer anyone to work for these pricks, and the P&G supervisor that signs off on hot work permits is a fat piece of work. He was sleeping with the ABM supervisor and everyone knew about it. they play favorites. and the Sodexo GM played favorites with certian employees.
I enjoyed working with my team and learned a new advection of food service.
Food operations manager (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – March 19, 2019
Meetings were productive and short. I learned about the dietary needs in the healthcare industry. I enjoyed with patients, doctors, and staff. Themed celebrations were always a joy. Sodexo cares about its employees.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Lancaster, TX – March 17, 2019
The job was good it was just the company was very horrible, They do not care about there workers at all. They wanted to talk to us crazy when you ask questions about the job they had no answer to give, but had a very nasty attitude about everything.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – March 17, 2019
There were never enough employees to cover a shift. That would leave the employees working that shift more responsibility and stress. The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with the University students.
There is a lot of favoritism. Management fraternizes with employees and goes drinking with them and shows favoritism. If you don't kiss butt than, you get the jobs of those who do kiss butt on top of your job. Others get away with stuff that you will get fired or written up for. The company it's self doesn't care for the employees. Their raises are a joke (2% maximum). Company doesn't care if the employees are overworked and will not higher enough people to do the job.
Terrace Dining Hall, Ithaca College (Former Employee) – Ithaca, NY – March 15, 2019
It sucked. Greasy, dirty kitchen. No one really cared when it came to food safety or contamination, and there was a prevalent attitude of not caring. No one made friends through this job. Everyone thought it sucked.
Cook II (Current Employee) – Durango, CO – March 14, 2019
Typical day for me would include prepping for breakfast, serving for three hours and then having an hour between breakfast and lunch to prep for the lunch service and serving for another three hours, all while cleaning during the slower periods of time and prepping for the next days meal. I've gone from salad prep to main line and then moved to the saute station. Each station teaching me the prep quantities needed for service, time management, even more customer service skills, and the ability to work efficiently in a fun, fast paced environment. Hardest part of the job I would say is the time restrictions; I have to rely on co-workers around half the time in order to get the food ready and out on time. I really do enjoy that I can make a students day with only a plate of food and a little conversation, that's what makes it worth it.
Free meal per 8 hour shift, great health benefits.
Not a lot of time in the day to take short breaks and still get everything you need done.