3.1Compass is a bit on the older end of things and lacks revolutionary leadership and strategies. Most of their facilities / offices are run-down which no doubt makes it hard for sellers to "sell" a potential client on Compass. It felt as if they were consistently understaffed and over-worked - tempers tended to flair.
The compensation was relatively meh especially considering their presence in major metropolitan markets - even more so, their compensation rates are disappointing given they are a publicly traded company, are the "4th largest food service provider in the US," and have billions of dollars a year in profits.
Their only saving grace is Tradecraft - at least their service technicians know how to fix a machine the first time.
5Great company to work for. They provide a great atmosphere for their employees and have an easy approach to senior management for questions or concerns. I have made some great connections with colleagues and have cultivated a great relationship with my team and my supervisors.