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15 days ago

Environmental Services / Custodial Manager 2

Sodexo Harrisburg, PA

The ideal candidate for this position will have solid knowledge of Sodexo ES Systems and processes including TRAKKAR, UOS, Gold Check, ENGAGE and… Sodexo

30+ days ago

Environmental Services / Custodial Manager 1

Sodexo Elizabethtown, PA

The ideal candidate will have previous experience with housekeeping in a mid-sized community and a working knowledge of DOH regulatory guidelines… Sodexo

28 days ago

General Manager 4 - Food

Sodexo York, PA

The General Manager must be hands on, have excellent customer service and interpersonal skills and has a passion for creating new and innovative… Sodexo

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    Former Employee - General Manager in Harrisburg, PA
    Former Employee - General Manager in Harrisburg, PA

    I worked at Sodexo full-time (more than a year)


    What I learned was how effective I was as a leader. Without being placed in a Management role I would not have seen that. It's whats in you as a person that matters. See the value in employees and not just a "labor" force. I treated the employees equally with dignity and respect. With that, you gain respect and the employees value themselves which carries over to work. Sodexo doesn't get that. There is definitely a "class" system within Management. Its a culture driven from the top. Employees are expendable.


    Working in the Senior Living division is dysfunctional to say the least. Constant turn over. I took over an account that spit up and chewed up 5 previous General Managers. Before making any decisions about joining Sodexo stay away from Senior Living. Its a sinking ship. The Administrators at these facilities are the arm pullers. If they don't like you for whatever reason- you're done at that account. It's all about preserving the account not YOU. What's ironic is that Sodexo spends a lot of time and resources to train it's managers only to place them in volatile environments and have them either leave, burn out or the client wants them gone. I was thankful for the opportunity but quickly realized I was a pawn in a big game of chess. That chessboard is not only Senior Living but within the Hospital Division as well as I found out.

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    Doesn't matter. Changes need to happen from the top and they don' least not for the better of the employee. It's all about the bottom line.

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