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Based on 443 responses, the job of Dietary Cook has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.63 out of 5. On average, Dietary Cooks are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Dietary Cook?

January 2019
"Everything works as long as Drama is left at the door."
Dietary Cook in Dayton:
Pros: The lay out of the city around my home makes transportation to and from accessible.
Cons: Too much drama from people who need to be on Jerry Springer or Dr.Phil.
January 2019
Dietary Cook in Grand Junction:
Pros: Benefits
Cons: Management
January 2019
Dietary Cook in Smith Center:
Pros: its where i live and friends and family
Cons: not any jobs to choose from
January 2019
Dietary Cook:
The hospital has good benefits and pays above average. The problem is they contract their management out. I work under Sodexo and they are awful! Their top management has no clue how to properly manage. They use threats and give write ups nobody signs. When you try to transfer they lie about your attendance. The hospital human resources does nothing unless corporate is called. After which there are repercussions. Sodexo doesn't even follow its own policies. They make a good job hard to enjoy.
July 2015
"Rewarding but high strss."
Dietary Cook:
Pros: Happy seniors.
Cons: Pay, work load.
February 2019
"Stressful. We never have what we need to cook."
Dietary Cook in Indianapolis:
Pros: Giving it my best. Making the resident happy.
Cons: Running out of food. We never have a enough to serve.
March 2019
"I enjoy being in my setting and providing healthy meals."
Dietary Cook in Caldwell:
Pros: I like the friendly atmosphere
Cons: Fun times