Patient Equipment Technician (Current Employee), Stanford, CA – December 19, 2012
Pros: monthly potlocks
Cons: repetitive and physical work
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 – more... 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. – less
Primary Store Clerk (Former Employee), Kapuskasing, ON – November 14, 2014
Pros: all your food and logdeing were free
Cons: being away from family
When I worked at the store It was a lot of fun as I only had one boss and he would just let me do my own thing. But when I had a question my boss was always willing to give me a helping hand to make sure that I understood. The bosses that I had are great to work for because they were always willing to teach me everything there was to know about the – more... store. from the ordering to the stocking of the store. The hardest part of the job really didn't have anything to do with the work. It had a lot to do with the fact that you are away from home. But on the same since the best part of the job was that I got to meet a lot of different kind of people. – less
Line Cook (Current Employee), Guelph, ON – October 19, 2014
Pros: variety. everyday provides a new challenge.
Cons: wages need to be improved
I've had the ability to learn and expand my self, which I took the initiative to do.
Sodexo is a global matrix company, many things get lost in the cracks and go unnoticed or maybe people notice, but do not care. A person in a management position should be a true leader, and unfortunately this is not always the case. I don't feel that people try their – more... hardest because it is easy to hide in such a large company. I enjoy my job butt the Chef makes it hard to come to work sometimes. I get frustrated because I see other people doing the bare minimum and getting by with not repercussions
They need to have a better control over staff members breaks Smokers seem to get 3X more breaks then the employees that do not smoke. – less
Its been a very long ride learning the ropes, always someone to correct your way of doing things. Its up at 5am and down at 9pm every day for 28 days straight. I have recieved some much in the way of how to do things and the proper tools to accomplish it. I have really been apart of improving the ergonomics here at the this site. I have enjoyed every – more... minute and will continue to try my best. – less
Kitchen hand (Current Employee), Pilbara – March 26, 2014
Cons: not much social life
I love my job in the kitchen here on site, the people are freindly an everyone works well as a team. I really enjoy my days on site because there is always something for me to do which makes the day go fast. The hardest part of my job would be the first night on night shift but after that everything runs real smoothly.