Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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- Senior Management
I worked at Thompson Hospitality full-time (More than 3 years)
Decent pay. There are a few good people still working for the company that keep the company afloat.
Managers are not treated like valuable assets, but more like mules. There is no work/life balance, you are expected to be on-call at anytime day/night/weekend. There is no training or professional development. There are a few great people left in the company and those people aren't treated well by upper management. High stress environment and the company is completely financially driven with no attention paid to boosting employee moral.
Advice to Management
Take care of your people and they will be loyal and work hard. Higher qualified people for the right positions instead of "yes men" that bow down to directors that are bullies.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Thompson Hospitality (Reston, VA) in June 2015.
Terrible..rude. Been contacted more than once about this job that keeps reopening every month then when I asked about the reason there is such high turnover I got the run around as if I can't ask them questions when they are calling ME about this position taking an hour of my time to be untruthful the entire time. This position is a nightmare. I know 4 other EA's who all got a call from this company in the last few months! They all have the same view.job doesn't pay enough for the slavery they are looking for...WHEN PEOPLE WORK, THEY'D RATHER NOT BE CONTACTED AND HAVE THEIR TIME TAKEN UP IF ITS EVIDENT EARLY IN THE CALL THIS POSITION IS NOT ENTICING. THIS GUY CONTINUED TO WASTE MY TIME. THIS COMPANY HAS A VERY POOR REPUTATION AND AS MUCH DIGGING AS THEY WANT TO DO ON THESE PHONE CALLS IT'S AMUSING.
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Thompson Hospitality is the largest minority-owned Food Service, and one of the largest Retail Food and Facilities Management companies in the country. It’s a trusted position which has given us a sensibility we also bring to our restaurant group and retail operations. We’re a family-run organization, built on values that carry over to more than twenty years of client ...
Mission: Recognized as “Company of the Year” in 2010 by Black Enterprise Magazine, we’re a company whose performance is guided by six simple standards Serve the Highest Quality Food Provide World-Class Service Maintain Flexibility to Better Serve Our Clients Be Accountable For Our Actions Celebrate Diversity Give Back to Our Communities Our mission is to provide a positive experience to every relationship in which we are involved: one Guest, one Client, one Team Member at a time.