Sodexo

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InHerSight Score

2.8

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

2.6
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

3.3
Family Support

Family Support

2.8
Paid Time Off
3.7
Management Opportunities for Women
3.7
Female Representation in Top Leadership
3.5
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
3.5
The People You Work With
3.1
Flexible Work Hours
2.9
Learning Opportunities
2.9
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
2.7
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
2.6
Ability to Telecommute
2.5
Company Responsiveness
2.4
Salary Satisfaction
2.4
Wellness Initiatives
2.3
Family Growth Support
2.3
Social Activities and Environment
2.1

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In the seven years I worked for Sodexo, there was a huge pay gap between men and women. Depending on who your manager is, you can have a wonderful experience and work with fantastic people, or you can have a manager who only cares about himself and morale plummets. I had both types of manager during my tenure. It was one extreme to the other.

Indifferent Rater

I have loved working for Sodexo. However, with the changes in structure it has taken away so many incentives. No room to grow for me at this time.

Indifferent Rater

I have been with Sodexo for over a year now and for a company that dedicates themselves for food service they are very good when it comes to proving PTO(sick time, vacation,) I have worked at companies like panera bread and chipotle and neither company provides any pto for employees, and when you had to take any sick time for yourself or your family they would make you feel guilty and treat you poorly and they provided PTO only when you became a manager.
The managers that I have come to meet at Sodexo have been very wonderful and understanding when it comes to family getting sick. They don't blame you or make you feel guilty for having a sick child or family members. They also are very great about helping you move up and providing you with the necessary tools to advance your career.

Very Satisfied Rater

I ended up just quiting my job when I had my son. I was told to tuck my shirt into my pregnancy pants and told that i could not have a chair when I was 25 weeks preganat with a broken foot. I have a co worker who was told she would have her health insurance taken away if she took more than 6 week of maternity leave later this year. Our boss also told a group of girls that were being sexually harassed by their supervisor to "suck it up". The same boss called a manager who is a lesbian a "dyke'". Yet he still has a job.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

No female upper management besides Human Resources. Upper management came across as a boys club and spoke to women as though they were children i.e. calling me "young lady." I was a female in a typically male role, but when I came across as assertive or direct, it was frowned upon. I know that "my behavior" would have been tolerated or even expected if I were a male chef. I was so dissatisfied that I quit this company even though I held the same position with the former company for 5 years

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Sodexo touches the lives of 75 million consumers in 80 countries every day. Through the diverse talents of over 420,000 employees, we improve the well-being of individuals and increase the competitive performance of our clients in environments such as the business workplace, hospitals, schools and universities.

We recently completed a company-wide study on the effects of gender-balanced management. The results were compelling. Overall, we found that our teams with gender-balanced management achieve operational, organizational, and performance benefits that include employee engagement, enhanced brand image, greater client and consumer satisfaction, increased organic growth, and an increase in generating profit.

As a result of these findings, Sodexo has formally targeted achieving gender-balanced management teams in all its business units and in its senior management team by 2025. As you can see below, we're off to a strong start!

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Schedules & Flexibility

  • 20 paid time off days/year (average)
  • 7 sick leave days/year (average)
  • 8 paid holidays/year
  • Flexible work hours available
  • Occasional remote work available
  • Sodexo supports flexibility with exempt employees through both informal and formal arrangements.

Training & Education

  • Tuition reimbursement
  • On-site training opportunities
  • Conference reimbursement
  • Sodexo Go onboarding program

Career Support

  • Mentorship or sponsorship program
  • Women's affiliate group
  • Diversity council

Wellness Initiatives

  • Wellness initiatives vary by location

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