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- CEOChris Alberta, CEO
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$100M to $500M (USD)
- IndustryRestaurants & Food Service
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Food Preparation & Service
Job security...if you do the right thing.Most people don’t want to work with the jail and prison population. The pay is moderate, not bad. The bad is if you get a director or manager that has issues. They need to beat their chest at your expense.
Correctional Food Service Supervisors in Chattanooga, TN
on July 24, 2021
Do not work for Trinity. They'll pay you minimum wage to work with inmates. Depending upon which unit you work for this Job is only good if you have no life, don't make plans during the week as the schedule could change at any given moment. Unless you work for travel team and you want to work everyday, you'll make decent money. Usually you'll end up working 5 days a week and maybe pull 30 hours if lucky. Come Christmas week you'll work 7 days a week doing doubles while all the Managers and staff are gone. Good luck spending Christmas with family! Also I worked for Trinity 8 months straight and worked every weekend and every single holiday, while all the Managers got it off. If you don't mind working weekends and holidays and on top of that, you'll never get one thank you or a good job from any bosses or managers. Usually on the weekend shift you'll work 3-4 hours for breakfast then have to go back for pm shift. Not worth it! Driving twice in one day. You can never plan anything on the weekends because your forced to work doubles which is based one 8 hour shift cut into 2 4 hour shifts. One AM, one PM. Their mentality is you work when we tell you to work or find something else. Usually you'll end doing the supervisors job or managers job while getting paid min wage! Then on top of that you have to deal with pleasing inmates and if they don't get what they want, they'll start complaining and D.O.C. is the laziest people on the planet, if someone goes wrong they'll blame you first. I never got one raise or bonus either. The manager will make sure they get it for their bosses while all white shirts do all the work. Lastly, if you request days off even months in advance there's less than a 50% chance of getting and if there's an emergency or try to call out good luck trying to get out of your scheduled shift they'll terminate you the next day. Please don't apply here your better off at working at McDonald's.
Food Service Supervisor in Arizona
on August 2, 2021
It's not a hard job if you have enough people. But there is never enough people. Must learn paperwork to be successful. Am and pm always beefing with each other. Lazy people. Favoritism. Director is very laid back. People take advantage of her. The pay sucks for the amount of work you have to do. I you don't have enough cps (inmates) you will have to cook your own food. Officer's are not willing to help pick up the slack.
Supervisor in Aiken County, SC
on July 24, 2021
The job is very easy just simply follow a recipe. The bad is employees work hard for no appreciation and foer RS staff to snitch. Inmates complain about everything. The Director doesn't really see what's going on. Pick and choose who gets in trouble. You will get in trouble for making the food taste better. RS staff worries about the kitchen and not the inmates
Lead Food Service Worker, Inmate Division in Louisville, OH
on July 16, 2021
Do not, I repeat, DO NOT work for this company. The first day I started I had employees telling me to get out while I could. I should have listened to them and ran as far away as I could right off the bat.
Driver in Litchfield Park, AZ
on July 15, 2021
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If I could handle working with male inmates
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