Second Cook (Current Employee) – Carp, ON – 26 February 2017
I work at Venta Preparatory.a private school located on about 65. acres.in rural carp. I love working with the staff and students.about 128. I serve and prepare lunch.speacial diet.ie.glutten free.lactose free.dairy.and vegetarian.. I work alone from 1:30 .till 6pm. Preparing and serving supper to boarders at this school.
Good manager.friendly students and staff.
To much time off.being a private school, 3 weeks christmas.two weeks march break.
Typical shift includes meeting coworkers, setting up canteen (making food, opening up window, setting up cash register), proceeding to deal with customers and sales while simultaneously restocking products, then closing canteen and counting money. Boss and management are easy to get along with, very understanding of schedules. Can be difficult at times to keep up with the job while attending school and having a full course load but have been able to manage it with the help of the management and I pride myself on my time management and multitasking abilities.
Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Stikine, BC – 14 November 2016
Camp--Have done housekeeping and kitchen with them. All worked with where great coworkers , Worked as a "family". Hardest part was being away from family/partner for two weeks at a time(out of town),missing special occasions (birthdays,funerals,etc). I Loved the view/scenery ! I met a lot of great people. Was well maintained !
Great pay and benefits! Very well maintained and a lot of great people.
Housekeeping Manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 February 2017
In 10 years with the company, my initial enthusiasm and pride in working for the company has dropped considerably. I am still confused as to why I was let go. Upper management emphasized that it wasn't because of performance. 10 years with the company, all for nothing.
Janitor (Former Employee) – scarborough – 10 October 2016
Management manages you, the mangers and supervisors have limited or no skill set in being a manager added on top they add so much work load that it is merly impposible to finish the work within an 8 hour period. They also play favorites for who they like, and toss garbage when you finish cleaning certain areas, all the time they would drive around the parking lot at night to see if you are completing the work.
Food and Operations General Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 October 2016
You'll never just be sitting on your hands that's for certain. Everything is always hectic and I am always working later than I need to. The hours are long and the work can be grueling but the perks are worth it and there is always chance for advancement.
Free food, great benefit package, rrsp, interesting coworkers
Extremely long hours, tedious paper work, frustrating old mentalities.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 5 January 2017
Good hours, fast paced environment. Great benefits, room to advance. Management was friendly and always ready to help and teach. Cross training for all the staff so you could do something different and cover for someone else.
Cleaner (Former Employee) – London, ON – 29 December 2016
I wouldn't bother applying for their jobs. Poor training, and then you are expected to work your butt off. Repeatedly reminded that if you don't take as many on-call jobs as possible, you will be TERMINATED!!! Horrible stress!!!
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Manitoba – 22 September 2016
I loved working for Sodexo Canada. Management was amazing, I had good coworkers and it was a fun environment to be in. My days went by fast because we had a lot to do. While working in the kitchen I had a lot of different tasks to do throughout the day. serving hours was the busiest, I had to watch the salad bar, wipe tables and make sure customers needs were met.
Camp Attendant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 October 2016
I only worked for Sodexo once!! Heard nothing but good things about this company,so I was excited about working for them .. but that was not the case at this camp.management was disrespectful and ungrateful.. very hard to do a job when this is going on..
needs plenty of improvement, not managed well. lots of people not qualified for the positions they have. security does way more than they should and half of the jobs are not security duties. checking baggage in and out for camp staff is not a security duty. sitting at a desk at the kitchen and making people scan their cards is not. collecting carts and trolly's around the camp for other staff is not. checking people into rooms is not. That is only a few of the duties that sodexo makes us do. The most enjoyable part of the job is the end of the day when you get to go home.
good wage, meals provided, rooms provided, lots of ammenities
Hospitality (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 2 September 2016
A high maintained cleanliness, and fast past tedious procedures such as filling up food bar, and checking and ensuring temps. Get team work, lots of back and fourth! Lots of jobs within one work day. Ex, food bar, cash, production, line.
Prep Cook/Line Cook (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 20 June 2016
Working at Sodexo was an opportunity for me to open my door to the cooking cultural world. I was semi experimenting with homemade dishes but working with the real seal chef to discipline myself to work up to showing my skills in a more international coperational setting, I learned various kinds of cuisine such Japanese, Chinese, polish, western and southern foods , India foods etc. I was introduced to the catering spectrum and buffet spectrum, overall it was a great experience to learn and gain new knowledge.
Floor Manager/ Catering Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 August 2016
I start my work with Floor and check all the Haccp and Tem. Log with Pre-use Inspection. After that I check the Event Sheet and the function of the day. Check with the staff how they are doing and discuss a topic of the day on the safety or any example on real incident which related to Health & safety. After that I take care of the Billing of the Building as well as taking the payments for the service as well as Inventory, Annual Training for the staff, weekly training.
Take care of the staff schedule & Pay roll. Book the meetings with the supplier. Place an order for all the supplies which needs in the kitchen as well as on the floor some are daily some are twice a week and some once a week. Place coffee order. Also help chef with the menu and put your thoughts. During the lunch check with the client for the feedback.
Get the feedback from the staff about the food and the safety Issue. Work as a team in the unit. If they need any help on the floor, I will help them out.