Till Cashier-Team Leader (Former Employee) – Cardiff, Cardiff – 17 May 2018
working for compass group was a weekend job to get extra money but wages and hour were not the best but they don't do enough events they only do football and rugby and sometimes concert but they don't consider other areas.
Manager (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 14 May 2018
waste of time if you are looking for a future in this industry. management without any experience dictating the day to day operations. overall, if you are a person willing to adhere to any crazy requests, you will do fine
A good& happy work place produces a high level of stendard
Chef de Partie (Former Employee) – Habadashes Ask school chartwells – 10 May 2018
To be able to invest time in people to develope them so that’s makes the unit run better . I have worked in catering all my working life so I do have experance but i do listen to other people that might know a better way always learning . Working with in compass gives the chanc to Poole to develop their skills investing in people .
I have met a lot of great people including management stuff while working there. Enjoyed it. Also gained a lot of new skills including making coffee. In addition gained experience in delivering great customer service.
I am working on daily basis keeping in touch with different level of customer offering them the best customer service possible. On the day i will set up rooms for incoming event taking in place in the evening
Early Morning Cleaner (Former Employee) – Weston-super-Mare, Somerset – 30 April 2018
Worked as early morning cleaner at Morrisons,job was good but after working 6 weeks only issued one second hand polo shirt as uniform and still not been paid,tried contacting head office regarding pay and they wouldn't help and wasnt interested tried blaming manager that my hours hadn't been put through,expected me to work 2 months before any wages and then couldn't guarantee I'd get paid everything I was owed,
Team Leader/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Levy Restaurants – 28 April 2018
Flexible shift patterns Work environment is nice and fun You get to listen to and sometimes see amazing performers Managers are nice It has built my skills up a lot The pay for the same role is more in other places
Pay compared to other places with same role is low
Night Porter / Receptionist (Current Employee) – Eastwood, Nottinghamshire – 23 April 2018
Training is minimal, and for front of house such as reception it is crucial that you know what you're doing! Long, unsociable hours working nights, with little benefits salary-wise, and an extreme work-load, especially on weekends. Short staffing is a massive issue. Management seem to not care about their employees and spend most of their time sat around doing little to nothing. As an employee it does not feel like you're looked after at all, and when problems do occur, it's pointless flagging them up with management.
Deputy General Manager for 14forty (Current Employee) – Farnborough, Hampshire – 22 April 2018
14forty and FM section of Compass Group, a busy role with ever increasing footfall, 90 staff covering Reception, Catering and Housekeeping with all the diverse people managemnet required to provide a busy FM contract.
Purchase Ledger Assistant - Keith Prowse (Former Employee) – Twickenham, Greater London – 11 April 2018
A typical day at work would always start off with breakfast and tea. I would then go through all emails and any urgent tasks that needed to be addressed to followed by invoice processing and any payments that needed to be made. I worked within the Sports Hospitality Sector so I got to learn a lot about the different sporting venues and events that were held there. Management were always on hand to help you and support you.
Catering Assistant in Cricklewood Bus Garage (Former Employee) – London – 3 April 2018
- Ok, place to work on a temporary bases. - A typical day at work was great. - The hardest part of working for Compass Group would be getting more local work. - I enjoyed working with the Employees in Cricklewood Bus Garage.
Hospitality Staff (Former Employee) – Sheffield City Centre, South Yorkshire – 1 April 2018
During my time with Compass Group, I enjoyed my work as I was waiting on customers in hospitality boxes at Sheffield United football ground which was a fun experience and increased my confidence approaching to customers. Also, I worked in the kitchen plating up food and serving food to the customers. I was a good team worker and communicated well with other workers. Overall, it was a good experience.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Devon – 26 March 2018
Reduced team members from 52 week contract to 50 week contract meaning reduced monthly pay reduced holiday allowance whilst increasing management pay and bonuses. No pay review in the time I have been here Short staffed rumours are they will reduce you s further in our department and others.
Made friends inside the team
Poor morale, poor leadership only interested in management