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Regional Vice President - Multi-Service – new

Sodexo Dallas, TX

The Regional Vice President will be responsible for facilities & food operations in Texas & New Mexico to include the service offerings of nutrition… Sodexo

5 days ago

Sales Executive

Sodexo Dallas, TX

• Achieving an annual sales target and profit margins through the development and implementation of short and long-range sales strategies… Sodexo

1 day ago

General Manager 4 - Food – new

Sodexo Irving, TX

will include: • Unit financials/budgets • HR functions • Marketing • Strategic planning • Developing and administering Food policies… Sodexo

3 days ago

Retail Manager 2

Sodexo Fort Worth, TX

This position will manage the two Starbucks We Proudly Serve locations on campus. They will have responsibility for ensuring adherence to health and… Sodexo

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    Overall positive part time job experience.

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    Former Employee - Cook in New London, NH
    Former Employee - Cook in New London, NH

    I worked at Sodexo part-time (more than 3 years)


    I have mixed feelings about Sodexo. I worked in two very different environments that were under Sodexo. My first job with them was at a college dining hall part time. I had a great time there, loved the people and work environment. I flourished and did rather well, though at times I wanted to learn more but didn't get the chance to expand my skills. The supervisors were understanding and easy to get along with. The chefs and cooks had a certain amount of autonomy with how to feed the students. We had to use set menus, but we could also think on our feet and improvise depending on the needs of the students.


    Pay and benefits for a part time person like me weren't great.

    My second job with Sodexo was at a hospital in a different part of the country. We were expected to strictly stick to the menus, even if people didn't like them, and it was always understaffed. The supervisors seemed stressed and passed that down to the cooks and food service workers.

    So I've had a very mixed experience with the company, It seems to vary because of the industry and environment.

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