Sodexo – Wayne, NJ
Typical work schedule will be Sunday - Thursday from 11:30AM to 9:30PM. The ideal candidate will have the following: - College/University retail… Sodexo
Sodexo – Plainfield, NJ
Sodexo is seeking a Regional Vice President for the Schools segment. In this role, you will be responsible for a client portfolio of approx… Sodexo
Sodexo – East Meadow, NY
Sodexo is seeking an Environmental Services / Multi - Service General Manager 2, for the East Meadow Area,in New York, This position will be… Sodexo
Sodexo – Morris Plains, NJ
The adherence to proper food handling and proper safety programs is critical to success. We are seeking 2-4 years experience with hands on, high… Sodexo
Sodexo – Piscataway, NJ
The candidate must possess a mechanical engineering degree and experience with AutoCAD, lockout/tag out procedures, coordination of… Sodexo
Sodexo – Stamford, CT
Under minimal supervision of the General Manager, Clinical Technology Management (CTM)/Site Supervisor, inspect, repair, maintain, and calibrate all… Sodexo
Sodexo offers a very wide choice of employment opportunities and locations. Management skills are taught and reinforced periodically though not revered. Production management is hands on learning. The companies current growth offers the possibility of upward mobility, or at least a change in location.
I worked for MMS before it was bought out by Sodexo. I worked for Sodexo over 15 years and have seen it change from service and quality focus to a much more pronounced profit focus. Upper management has also grown at a faster rate then "hands on" management. Senior management recently sent to my Account a District Manager who had never worked with food service at all. She wandered in and out for 3 months, then resigned. Not much help. Then the Account signed a new contract with Sodexo and we were besieged with new Upper level Mgrs. who rolled out great plans but failed to explain how we were to get there from here. Then, over the next 6 months, they too began to resign or leave for different accounts because the changes were not looking probable. Through this, the new management developed an adversarial relationship with the Client which added to an already seriously stressful work environment. Very, very poor upper level management.
Advice to Management
Regain the focus on Service Excellence and Quality. Just lip service is an embarrassment. If you cut Quality and Service, you may as well get out of the business...