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All in all during the time I've worked here it has been great. The management treats you well as does the leadership above them. They provide a decent set of benefits even if you are only a part timer. My only complaint really is the low pay. Outside of that they are a good company to work for and would recommend them to anyone who is just starting out or are trying to get back into working a regular job.
Free lunches (if work 5 hours or more), good work life balance
Low pay, dependant on when the University of Florida semesters starts
Some management would be inappropriate toward female workers, and nothing was ever said to correct the situation, even after coming forward and expressing concerns. Some staff would walk away from their work without being corrected/reprimanded. It was easy to request time off if needed (while I was there, not so sure about now).
Enjoyed this job and it was a fun place to work.Was able to sign up for different events and areas and occasionally did catering services.Free food occasionally.Sarah was a good and hard working manager and listened to employees.Easy work.Watched events on the TV's and had mostly friendly customers. Would reccomend if you don't mind the low pay, it is a good job.
Wouldn't recommend working for them. They need new hr staff!!! No one could tell me where to go, what I was supposed to do, I was so confused my first day I had major anxiety and almost left but ended up staying for 6 hours and didn't get paid!
Short break, tips are the only good thing!
The workplace culture was very kind and collaborative. Managers and supervisors were very easy to talk to and were very understanding. A typical day at work included, setting up your work station. Communicating with cook when orders were needed. Providing customers with answers and solutions.
Worked at a NFL stadium for 9 years for a company sub contracted through Aramark. At a food stand, of a local Baltimore area restaurant i worked for till the location closed this summer. Went through several stand managers, but the last couple seasons i have moe experience, and knowledge, then any of them. Not sure about Aramark, but the restaurant cares nothing about its employees. In 9 years i saw one, $.50 pay increase.That's only because Maryland raised minimum wage.
I enjoy working at Aramark because I really love the location I am at and the job I do. I enjoy my co-workers and the students. I do feel that after 6 years employees should get some compensation other than 21 cents above minimum wage.
I enjoyed the people and I like that they will work with your schedule; company teamwork was impeccable. Aramark taught me how to better work with a team, as well as helped me conquer my anxiety with certain aspects of working.
the pay wasn't the best
They change managers every other day it seems like, since their turnover rate is so unbelievably high. Was promised multiple raises but never saw anything. Was treated like absolute garbage, even though I always showed up on time and I worked harder than most everyone else on a daily basis. Oh and they pay students and the African workers 8.00 an hour, but everyone else makes 8.50 minimum. Not very fair, huh?? Look elsewhere!
Managers are genuinely good people that actually care about you. They also tend to hire like minded hard working individuals with good attitudes. Although at times the work could be overwhelming, its not always consistent. As a part time worker, you could be scheduled for 45hrs one week and 12hrs the next. Mainly because the work is event based, but regardless its still work that you get paid for. As long as you do what you're told to do and make friends along the way, there's nothing to worry about. If you're scheduled for a 12hr shift with a friend it tends to feel like a 3hr shift regardless of the workload put upon you. My advice would be to just be friendly and ask questions if you don't know something and always be as reliable as you possibly can ie; showing up on time and covering unexpected shifts.
Great hours, free food, union, yearly raises, bonus once season ends, a sports fans dream job. Cons: not many opportunities for advancement, some concession managers have their “favorites “ and don’t try to hide it. Only certain employees can have their whole families working there. Stand managers allowed to surpervise family members. Mngmt tells everyone’ s business