Thompson Hospitality

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8 days ago

Custodial Operations Manager - Howard University

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

include: interview, hire, and train employees; plan, assign, and direct work; reward and discipline employees or make such recommendations to the… HCareers


30+ days ago

Trades Manager - Washington DC Area

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

The Trades Manager provides general maintenance supervision and professional direction for comprehensive facilities services, which includes but is… HCareers


7 days ago

Plant Operations & Maintenance Zone Manager - Howard University

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

The successful candidate must have a thorough knowledge of computerized maintenance management, building systems, maintenance, trade skills and… HCareers


30+ days ago

Energy Manager

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

Monitors the organization's energy usage and developing assigned units' energy sustainable management plan. Develops and implements practices and… HCareers


30+ days ago

Director of Facilities - Howard University

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

• Plans, organizes, and controls functions and activities of all support services under the scope of the contract. • Develops, implements or… HCareers


30 days ago

Compensation and Benefits Manager

Thompson Hospitality Reston, VA

The Compensation and Benefits Manager is responsible for management of employee compensation and benefits in all company operations. Surveys industry… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Catering Manager - Washington DC Area

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

Thompson Hospitality, formed in 1992, is the 6th largest food service company and the largest minority-owned Food Service business in the United… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Executive Chef - Open to Relocation anywhere in the Southeast/MidAtlantic (ref.

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

This position is responsible for overseeing the overall kitchen function for a college account. You will manage and lead a team of employees and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Chef Manager - Washington DC Area

Thompson Hospitality Washington, DC

Thompson Hospitality, formed in 1992, is the 6th largest food service company and the largest minority-owned Food Service business in the United… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Director of Training

Thompson Hospitality Reston, VA

Thompson Hospitality is in search of a Director of Training who can create and deliver dynamic, effective training to our Operators to further… HCareers


Thompson Hospitality Reviews

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Warren M. Thompson
10 Ratings
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    If only zero stars were an option...

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reston, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reston, VA

    I have been working at Thompson Hospitality full-time

    Pros

    Pros...pros...well, there are a handful of people within the company that you genuinely don't mind working hard for. Will that make you stay, no; but it's a pro, I guess.

    Cons

    Complete disregard for employees as people with needs, feelings, opinions, and intelligence. Arbitrary pay practices. Leadership fosters cliques and a culture of abuse. Virtually zero training at any level but you will be expected to make miracles happen and if you don't, you're done. Severe lack of consistency or established policies and procedures; decisions are made on a whim. The company is ran like a plantation which is disheartening considering that it is black owned.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Self-reflection is needed on the part of senior leadership. The company is bigger than any single executive and/or middle manager. Thompson could be great and there are dedicated, talented people that want to make that happen. The current culture of the company will see those individuals leave and go on to better ran organizations. Learn how to be respectful and how to value the people that help make the company run. The most successful companies know how to engage their employees through respect, meaningful work, competitive pay and benefits, and embracing innovative, independent thinkers. Currently, all of these things are discouraged at Thompson in favor of cowardly yes-men.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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