manager (Current Employee) – alberta – 11 March 2018
Great company structure, need some help in being up to date with software applications to help managers in scheduling and inventory. I think they grew too fast and having taken over companies did not introduce the Compass way....
General Helper (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 18 December 2017
good company, treat everybody equally and safety is a priority the pay is good and benefits are great!! if you don't mind working away from home and consider camp home away from home then compass is the right choice for u
Cleaner/Maintenance (Current Employee) – Hamilton Ont – 10 December 2017
Management brenda berry at juravinski hospital in Hamilton is very poor your treated like your not human and any needs are not met even when it comes to bylaws but yet they listen to other people's problems favoritism or what
Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 December 2017
Initially received excellent support from management. It was impressive and encouraging. A new manager caused that culture to change drastically. What initially was a joyful place to work became painful.
Retail Associate (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 28 November 2017
Wasted a year bending over backwards for a company who ends up belittling its employees. Not to mention also not taking any steps in reprimanding employees when it comes to the bullying and harassment policy Management needs to step up. Something in this company NEEDS to change
Great people and get to watch some of the hockey games
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 20 November 2017
Typical day there is that u get there go to your cash register and count the money that’s in there then. We open an hour and a half before game time and just sell food. Management sucks. Always unorganized and very rude. It’s good for a first time job that’s it.
Unit Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 November 2017
always to follow rules.....there was no room for thinking outside the box... Management not very present with employees...focus on bottom line. There was always too much work for unit managers....we were responsible for the running of each unit as a business. Compensation was never great....in fact the pay was terrible for the amount of responsibility we had to carry....Everything was profit line...not much room for growth or actually enjoying your job...lots of stress.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 16 November 2017
I found the the work in which we did and the salary that was paid was not worth working there. Company did not think about the needs of its employees and benifits of full time employes were not well respected.
They come out of your paycheck after everything you do.
Server (Current Employee) – Kamloops, BC – 16 November 2017
It’s a very fun place to work at if you have minimal work experience and need more. Depends on where you work but the place I work is not very organized with hours therefore I will have to text a boss to ask when I work because they don’t organize that before hand which is pretty unprofessional
It doesnt matter (Former Employee) – Olds alberta – 9 November 2017
Would not recommend this place to my worst enemy. Management there are very rude ignorant and unprofessional women to work for. They make you feel like you are a piece of dog poo under their shoe. They dont give proper training, and you get accused of theft. all they do is harp at you. Not a friendly place to work! NO matter how hard you work you are NEVER appreciated. The kitchen is disgusting.The food is disgusting and they have had several cases of reported food poisioning. They need NEW management first then start building a team. Until then the problems will never be solved.
Unit Supervisor/Chef (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 9 November 2017
The Operation managers need some training on how to treat workers Need respect for the people bring their money in. Terrible to work for, they expect you to work full hours and get paid for less if productivity is low.
Runner (Current Employee) – Prince George, BC – 8 November 2017
. could follow a routine, basically same job every single shift. . High stress, lots of big crowds, staff are strung out after long weekends full of events . if you were uncomfortable doing something, someone else would gladly pick up your slack.
Employee (Current Employee) – Canada – 7 November 2017
Compass Group is a decent place to start your career. Work/life balance can be difficult to achieve. Salary is below market value but you can have many open opportunities to advance at Compass if you proactively seek and ask the right questions to your manager.
Great people and open culture
High turnover. Tough work/life balance. Low salary