Patient Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Stanford, CA – 19 December 2012
A typical day at work would starts off with jobs being paged to your pager. These jobs would be started by either determining if the piece of equipment needed to be picked up or delivered. At times the job would call for multiple equipment at one time.
Management can be pretty firm and fair, I do at times feel that there are things that are told that shouldn't be carried out.
I have learned a little of the ebb and flow of the hospital, also the different operations from different departments.
My co-workers are a bunch of hard working individuals. There are though the few that do not full fill the standards of our department.
There isn't any really a hard part of the job. Basically its pretty exhausting being on your feet all day picking up and delivering equipment from one end of the hospital to the other. Also the movement of multiple equipment can take its toll on your body at the end of the day.
I really do not have any comment on the most enjoyable part of the day.
12.5hours per everyday. 21 days without day off. This company provides only 7 days off. But you have to waste two days to move to/from the site. This company is besed on food and catering business, not original security company. It is pilot security department of Sodexo. If you hired, you can experience totally different and weird security company. Management may say you can earn big money while you work at the site. Don't be stupid. If you have two jobs in your area, you can make the same amount of money. They may say also everything is free: free food, free stay and free transportation. It sounds like heaven, but it feels like jail. They may say you can enjoy all facilities with no charge: GYM and entertainment centre. You won't have enough time to use those things. Is it possible to use the facilities after 12.5 hours working? I am walking over 18km everyday. If you need free food, free small tiny room and free travel to Northern Manitoba, apply right now.
Fast money, free food, free room, free transportation
Bad micro management and low quality work environment
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – surrey hospital – 30 June 2017
typical day at work,its hard job cause you gonna encounter lots of germs bacteria to the hospital but you need to secure yourself not to get yourself involve thats why we are using gloves, musks etc. what I learn is to how to used all the different types of cleaning stuff, organized things to clean, and make sure everythings clean and sanitized. workplace is fine, is doing fine. hardest part of the job, pressure cleaning the room always make sure everythings perfect and clean sanitized. the most enjoyable part of the job, is to appreciate all your effort to clean do nicely your job.
Custodian (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 26 June 2017
I worked here as a custodian and really enjoyed it. I worked at my own pace and worked alone making sure all jobs assigned were completed at the end of my shift. The hardest part was hand mopping the very big hallways and the best part was working independently.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 June 2017
As a temporary job, Sodexo is a good place to work for.
Full time, I found I was worked past my point of exhaustion, was expected to work (In a kitchen) when ill, and was given written warnings for things that were actually not any fault of my own, but of my superiors.
prep cook, line cook and shadow (Former Employee) – Lethbridge university – 12 May 2017
This job taught me a lot of new skills on how to flourish my appetite for cooking homemade meals how to cut bulk meats and learned how to cook international foods from all around the world. great staff made a loot of new friends at this job.
Supervisor and cook (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 28 April 2017
Had a blast at wor. clients were expectant of specific items which made me explore out of my comfort zone. Had a few issues with some of my management but nothing we couldn't over come. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with staff i picked my self.... there was only 2 of us working there... and meeting new people.
Manager (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 18 April 2017
great benefits awesome work environment great people to work with full time hours very busy establishment good food good bosses followed health and safety guidelines according to health Canada and every employee was updated with WHIMS
Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 March 2017
With being a large corporate company, I did not feel they were actually interested in safety. They just wanted to focus on making a good appearance, but at the end of the day it was not as rewarding as I had hoped.
food service worker (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 March 2017
I worked with the Market Café in the International Center. Had a great team of people to work with. It was always busy as it was across from the airport in Toronto. I worked different hours all the time because I was working two jobs at once But always worked to my potential.
Cafeteria- CSR Team Leader (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 24 January 2017
typical day at work: you come in, you go to the change room to get changed, you come up, you sign in for your work shift. you prepare the salad, soups, temperature of food, dish washing station and overall preparedness of equipment. You have 1/3 positions, either you will be in the dish room either washing or helping putting the supplies away and scrubbing. Either you will be serving food and checking on temperature and making sure nothing runs out, if they do, you are responsible to refill it. or you will be clicking in how many students come in as well as swiping their student card and helping maintain supplies such as milk, salads, soup, and keeping the cafeteria clean.
what i learned: adapt, work fast pace, keep busy because then clean up at the end of the day just because easier. you do learn WHIMIS, quality control on equipments, how to check food temperature and making sure everything is clean
management: is poor, theyre strict. i remember being yelled at when i was head dish washer because i was talking while working with my co worker as we were both independently working together and being told i wasnt allowed to talk despite no one can hear us in a noisy dishroom. Managers dont really take the time to learn your name, your story, they come in and make sure everything in order and leaves.
hardest part of the job: just when it gets really busy but you get used to the rush. and maybe sometimes the workers are unhappy and work place drama can occur easily
most enjoyable: the food, everyday is a different meal. so you never have to cook or physically paymore... for your food. it comes off at 12 dollars in your bi weekly paycheck. so eat as much as you want!less
Administration/Finance Clerk (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 5 January 2017
Good company to work for. Learned a lot of new skills. Fun staff to work with. They are patient and willing to teach. Everyone helps everyone out. Great benefits. The company is international so the opportunity to work somewhere new is available.