Food Service Worker Survey
Over one thousand SEIU Local 888 members cook and serve healthy, safe and good food for students and veterans in our communities. But students and veterans get more than just nutrition from us. We create a welcoming and comforting environment for all. Food is love and we serve it everyday!

Local 888 food service workers are organized in 21 school chapters and two veteran homes. While every chapter fights for the best it can, by being united in Local 888 members can also establish industry standards, share best practices and build our collective power.

Please take a few minutes to fill out the following survey about you and the work you do as a food service worker. Local 888 will collect surveys until September 30. All individual responses will be kept confidential. The summary of results will be shared during Food Service Worker Appreciation Week, October 15-18. Learn more about Appreciation Week at www.seiu888.org/cafe and "like" us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Cafeteria-Workers-United-in-SEIU-Local-888-2006616322968670/

If you have any questions, please contact Ian Adelman, iadelman@seiu888.org.
Name (optional, all responses will be confidential)
Your answer
Where do you work (school and district)? *
Your answer
What is your job title? *
Your answer
How long have you worked there?
What is your hourly wage?
How many hours do you work per week?
Do you work more than one job?
Check all of the following that apply to you:
Are you satisfied with the numbers of hours you work per week?
Please elaborate on any issues with scheduling or hours.
Your answer
Do you have access to health care benefits?
Do you have vision insurance?
Do you have dental insurance?
Any other issues with your health and wellness benefits?
Your answer
What statement best describes safety at your workplace?
What statement best describes tasks at your workplace?
Have you witnessed or personally worked in any of these unsafe conditions at your workplace? Please check all that apply.
Have you ever suffered an injury on the job?
Have you personally sustained any of these injuries or illnesses while working in Food Service or know of other food service workers who have? Please check all that apply.
Do you have a specific safety concern to share?
Your answer
How often is your cafeteria understaffed?
How often do you cover the duties of another staff position?
How are you typically compensated for doing additional duties?
Do you receive adequate job training?
What statement best describes advancement opportunities at your workplace?
Priorities in Contract Negotiations
It is time to negotiate contracts for many Food Service workers and it is important to know what your priorities are in a strong contract. Please rate the following priorities in order of importance for your next contract. 1 is the highest priority and 5 is the lowest priority.
Health Care
High Priority
Low Priority
Wages
High Priority
Low Priority
Hours and schedule
High Priority
Low Priority
Workplace safety
High Priority
Low Priority
Career advancement
High Priority
Low Priority
Paid Time Off: Vacation, Personal Business and/or Sick Leave
High Priority
Low Priority
What is the most important issue to you as a food service worker?
Your answer
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