General Assistant (Current Employee) – Salford, Greater Manchester – 12 February 2018
My role is the baker i'm responsible for making the cakes biscuits and tray bakes for the children within the school,i've learnt alot about baking as this role has been different from my usual catering role. To many people think they are management in my work place and the hardest part is having to deal with others non team players. The best part of my job is the children enjoying my home baked goodies.
Barista (Current Employee) – Cambridge, Cambridgeshire – 21 February 2018
Avoid! I have only just recently started and already getting hassle from other members of staff, there is a click in our workplace and being the new person they seem to try and make me a skivvy. Im constantly pressing to be trained. I have been here 2 weeks have had no training on chemicals, cleaning equipment, coffee machines. Its dangerous! Looking for a new job as we speak!
Barista Maestro (Former Employee) – Bradford, West Yorkshire – 18 February 2018
I left this job because my manager was awful and always giving everyone a hard time, I was also underpaid on several occasions too and when I spoke to my manager about this she did nothing. After I left I was sent letters home claiming that I had been overpaid and that I owed Compass money, when I followed up the matter I was told ‘we have to go by what your Manager says’ and never heard anything else from them.
No consistency In Management or Payment, They will underpay you and ask for money back claiming they have over paid you!
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 16 February 2018
Long hours no reward a bullying and blame culture from senior management who have no respect for ground level staff also wages are always wrong, told one thing by one senior manager and something else from the other
Domestic Assistant (Former Employee) – Peterborough – 15 February 2018
No support or respect towards staff. Management are not bothered unless an area complains then false promises are made. No wonder nhs are in debt with this company charging for areas that are not having less hrs work in to what they are paying. I can see why so many infections happen.
Finance Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 10 February 2018
All employees regardless of grade are treated as a number, any day you could be told you no longer have a role with in the company. Great place to advance if you’re willing to work all hours and weekends however hard work is hardley ever translated into gratitude via pay rises or promotion
Catering Assistant (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 7 February 2018
as I only did this for a short time its hard to give this a true rating but while I was there it was a great job I travelled up and down the country arguing what the proper name for a breadcake was (some people insist its a cob ! )
Chef (Current Employee) – Salisbury – 28 January 2018
Poor practice in the kitchen regarding food being stored, prepped and served, not enough staff to save money, awful management in the unit and head office, four people left in as many months, do the maths yourself. AVOID
Supervisor/Team Leader (Former Employee) – Bradford, West Yorkshire – 17 January 2018
Nice and reliable coworkers but management very poor. Lack of comunication between manager and the rest of the team. Big favoritism and not treating everyone fairly. Always short of staff but manager doesn't care about.
Catering Assistant (Current Employee) – Stockport – 14 January 2018
I am currently working for Compass Group as a catering assistant which I have been since 1st march 2015. Working for this company I have heightened my skills of leadership, team working and also working on my own, supporting other members around me when it’s needed. Together with this I have learnt new skills such as dealing with complaints when the customer was dissatisfied with the company’s product and offering different alternatives which might suit the customer better.
Friendly and busy place to work, enjoyed building great relationships with customers.
Oxfordshire (Former Employee) – Oxfordshire – 10 January 2018
I worked for compass part-time for nearly 4 years while I was a mum to 2 very young children, i worked in a prison staff mess which included trips into the prison itself as part of my daily work routine.
The biggest pro was the hours, as a single mum they fitted round school hours.
Working within a prison enviroment does have its risks.
CSA (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 9 January 2018
I loved my job but when the temp manager left my new manager started giving me a hard time but I ignored it he then got rid of me and made an excuses then the letter he gave me for my housing was vile, I felt like I was mistreated because of my skin colour never will I work for compass again
Feeding the dhl staff and having a laugh with the girls