District Manager, South Division of Food Services (Current Employee) – Merriam, KS – October 25, 2018
With multiple units and differing locations must balance schedule and ability to coach and teach. Lead with direction and then follow up of those instructions. Keep people motivated and energized. have autonomy to lead and manage my team and accounts.
Regional IT Professional II (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 17, 2018
Although a fun job to learn and grow your skills. This job has low budget for technology needs, and is slow to approve requests. Some upgrades can occur but not in the timely manner needed. IT Assets need to be kept up with in order to ensure strong foundation for the company as a whole not just the strong performers. If an on call rotation was approved, better pay for the long hours, keeping you away from family and friends was approved, and technology needs were better budgeted for, this would be a great place to work.
I had lots of ideas on how to improve the system, they just could not be implemented at the time.
Manage your own time. Great people to work with.
Low pay, Low management support structure, Low technology budget, on call hours are ridiculous at the time of my employment.
i enjoyed working for terat american and i would work for them if i could
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – August 17, 2018
i enjoyed being a part of treat america team my coworker were good to work with and the mangement was great team i still be working for treat america but i moved to park city kanasa to be with my father 2 year ago bur his passed away in december of2016 that is ths reason i left treat america but i really enjoyed having the weekends and hoildays off
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 29, 2018
Pay not enough. Management was good supervisor was a great guy to work for benefits were not the best Very expensive for health care. Hours were ok work environment was a good place to work floor supervisor was for his employee's .
its a tough job if your not an early morning person
Route Manager, Supervisor andDriver (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 20, 2018
We where required to start at or before 3 am. Days would be long usually 10 hrs plus. Worked with a base salary plus commissions. I was there for 10 years and never received a pay increase. The only way to get a pay increase was to service more accounts which meant longer hours worked and it didn't always reflect in your pay checks. They do NOT give route drivers pay increases.
Sous Chef (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 10, 2018
Typical work day included prepping for caterings, and restaurant. I learned a lot about catering, and fine dinning. Management was great for most of the time I was there. Hardest part of the job was leaving. I loved the Chef's I worked under.
Utility Lead Steward/dishwasher (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – December 10, 2017
They can not keep help not even temporary help. 3 days a week I had to unload a food delivery truck and check it in and put it away while rotating stock which was suppose to be the cooks job. I swept and mopped all areas. Detailed the freezers and pantries. Take out trash. Wash all the dishes from all the cooks and put them away. Clean restrooms. During lunch time I prepared salads to order.
Sous Chef (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 19, 2017
If you work in Food service, and are looking to get away from the Holidays, nights, and weekends that is the norm, try this company. You are contracted to work in a corporate setting, which normally means no nights or weekends. Paid Holidays off, which include the Friday after Thanksgiving.
No nights or weekends
Not a well-oiled machine as far as upper management
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 7, 2017
First of all, I would not recommend anyone Work for Treat America. I worked for them for a long time and they don’t have any advancement opportunities for blacks unless you kissed their butts which I wasn’t going to do they would hire a lot of Caucasians for management and the manager that I had at my location was horrible she was disrespectful, Bias, etc. not to mention the high turnover rate at that location is ridiculous. I could go on and on. I just wouldn’t recommend anyone to worry for this company at all.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 9, 2017
When I started working at Roche, as a contractor, the company I worked for was Crystal Food Service owned by Marsh Supermarkets. They sold the company a few years after I started to Treat America based out of Kansas City.
I was the General Manager overlooking three cafeterias and the corporate catering. Our budget went down and our quality of service remained high. I had a team of employees who worked well together and did a great job handling the fast paced jobs that we all had.
I enjoyed the Mon-Fri hours so I could enjoy my family life. I enjoyed my boss, District Manager, as he empowered me to do my job well.
MONEY ROOM CLERK (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 10, 2017
I love and care for the company that is why I stick with my job for over 11 years until now. Even though the benefit is okay. I have learned a lot of my responsibility into the job especially with the a lot of money in our room. The hardest part of my job is when our room is not balance right then we have find out where it is. I enjoy working with people I love, my boss is the best.