Cashier/Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Chelsea – 6 February 2018
Working for compass group was a good experience as it gave me vasts amount of skills in various environments. Working different types of roles meant that I would be able transfer the skills I gained to many other jobs
Kitchen Assistant - Part Time (Former Employee) – Heathfield – 30 January 2018
Cooking school meals can be heavy work but to see the children smile makes it worth while. team work essential. If you have a well organised head Cook you will have a efficient kitchen. Enjoyable environment and fun people to work with.
Catering Assistant (Former Employee) – Govan – 19 January 2018
I enjoyed working for compass, serving the customers was the most enjoyable part of the day. Face to face interactions with customers and helping others gave me a great feeling. There wasnt a hard part of the job, new targets and challenges were set to meet sales targets. To meet the sales targets we had to upsell to the customer these could be challenging but not hard.
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire – 19 January 2018
Very challenging and satisfactory during my time working at the company, able to grow in my required job designation. Adapt to customers need in ensuring they get utmost satisfaction during their visit. Ensure issues relating to the business is treated with in the correct work procedure in enhancing smooth operational needs for all concerned.
Retail Assistant (Current Employee) – Nuneaton – 18 January 2018
Supply a Service for Military and non Military staff, Coffee & Co, outlet of Costa, i also supply a food and bar service. Cleaning and Cash up at the end of my Shift. My night-shift is mostly soldiery.
Catering Assistant, Hospitality and Distribution (Former Employee) – Carlisle – 10 January 2018
While I love the physical hard work and the great people, it often left me exhausted. 5 long years, thoroughly enjoyed and I will always remember the skills I have learnt and people I have worked with.
A typical day included prepping food, serving food and drinks, clearing tables and washing up, and handling money at a till all which maintaining good customer service. The most enjoyable part of the job was the good team members around me who always made the job fun; and also regular customers who would show keen interest in the team. I learnt lots of aspects of the job including how to deal with certain issues faced with customers. Hardest part of the job was trying to keep up with demand on food and drinks while keeping the cleaning standards high when it was very busy. Also the short notice when called in on days off because of zero hour contract.
Consultant Services Group (Former Employee) – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire – 3 January 2018
A typical day at the races, meant I had to be on the ball, approachable and interact with the customers. I learnt how to approach and deal with customers correctly. Management was sufficient and organised.
Costumer service associate (Current Employee) – Uxbridge, London – 23 December 2017
A typical day at work would start from going to the shop, doing the necessary preparations for the day of different ingredients. What i would say i learned the best is the interaction with the customers and how to please them through the service, which is at the same time the most enjoyable pat of the job, noting that you achieve your satisfaction by satisfying the customer with the service
You work hours that are not paid, they try to manipulate you into do extra shifts for the benefit of the company managers, but they never reward employees, you always work hard and do not see appreciation for that.