A typical day under the management of Aramark involved travelling to London (Stratford) and back on a full-time basis, and accessing the Athlete's Olympic village to serve/prepare food for the world athletes of the 2012 Olympics. During the experience, I learned how to work coherently with a large team, how to address and serve famous and very important individuals, and how to manage my time whilst enrolled as a full-time commis chef/server. My co-workers were friendly and willing to operate in a large team effectively, however higher members of staff were often inhospitable and patronising. The hardest part of the job was the 12 hour shifts on top of the 3 hour daily commute on a Monday-Friday schedule, however meeting the athlete's of the London 2012 Olympics and forming a personal relationship with a number of them (as well as being instrumental in their experience within the village) was inspirational and unforgettable - as a whole, I wouldn't change my experience at all.
Free lunches, discounted travel costs, generous pay
inflexible and long hours, intimidating surroundings, long commute
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