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Personal Development

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

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Family Support

Paid Time Off
Management Opportunities for Women
Female Representation in Top Leadership
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
The People You Work With
Learning Opportunities
Flexible Work Hours
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
Employer Responsiveness
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
Salary Satisfaction
Ability to Telecommute
Wellness Initiatives
Family Growth Support
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If you are looking to work in management in food service Sodexo is a great place to work! However, if you are working in Marketing I would not suggest it.

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The disrespect and intimidating tactics that are used to keep people and women at a low pay and from advancing in their career continue to be pushed under the rug.

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It's an entry level job with very little structure and organization. Women can be in higher positions, but men move up faster. Men who are communicative and charismatic, as well as hard-working and demure women, do the best. As far as my experience goes only about a handful of women have gotten the raises and have had the independence they want. There is no trust from employee to management and vice versa. What is good about this job is that it is supposed to be student-oriented in it's hiring process, which allows great schedule flexibility. Also, there apparently seems to be very little in way of consequences or reprimands. Training comes at the discretion of the manager and concept experience. Any position below supervisor is high-turnover.

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Ageism runs rampant, so do contrary diversity practices. Meaning often good internal candidates are passed up on lieu of diversity hiring practices. Still a good old boys club at the senior leadership level.

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Still a new company that need work on their scheduling and communications with their employers.

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The World Leader in Quality of Life Services


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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