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 ...
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, customer, and community relationships. Every one of us has the same goal: to provide the ultimate client experience. We ask,“How else can we help?” Then we make magic happen.
"It isn’t simply what you do in your life that matters,
it’s who you are."
Recognized as “Company of the Year” in 2010 by Black Enterprise Magazine, we’re a company whose performance is guided by six simple standards
Whether it’s full-time or part-time Thompson Hospitality has a place for you. Thompson offers unique and caring work environments across the country, as well as some of the most competitive pay and comprehensive benefit packages in the food service industry. We champion world-class service, family values, teamwork, and most important, we champion our employees and the difference they make in the lives of those we serve. We encourage individuality and recognize personal achievement. You’re empowered to be creative, make decisions, and give feedback. Help us be even more outstanding. Check out all of the career opportunities we’re offering today.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that considers applicants without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Reasonable Accommodations and the Online Application Process for Applicants with Disabilities
Thompson Hospitality, Inc. is committed to ensuring that its online application process provides an equal employment opportunity to all U.S. job seekers, including individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans. If you believe you need a reasonable accommodation in order to search for a job opening or to submit an application, please contact our Recruiting Manager by calling 703-757-5500 for Salaried/Management Positions and Hourly Positions.
These are intended to assist disabled job seekers whose disability prevents them from being able to apply online. This is a dedicated line intended solely to assist disabled job seekers whose disability prevents them from being able to apply online. Only messages left for this purpose will be considered. A response to your request may take up to two business days.
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Professional environment with friendly, hard working colleagues.
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Advice to Management
Keep up the good work, always treating employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.
The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Thompson Hospitality.
I was in another position when a recruiter contacted me via the work location. They asked for the manager and proceeded to probe whether l would be interested in interviewing for a management position at another nearby college. At that time our account was in the rebid process, so l listened to what he had to say. He also asked if I had fellow managers that may be interested in positions. He called twice more and was cocky saying we lost the account I was at. All the while I'm thinking dumb a.. no we didn't, but I didn't tell him otherwise. Finally, he tells me someone will be in touch with me from the corporate office. Well it took over three weeks for one of the head honchos, to contact me. I let that honcho know that three weeks is too long to have an applicant waiting to hear from someone. Well he got his feelings attacked and ended the call. All I could do was laugh. And that itself left a bad impression about those who run the company and the recruiting tatics.
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