I enjoyed my time with Aramark. My experience was awesome. I learned alot. No one was unhappy. They did a great job as far as character assessment because eveyone hired at the open interview session was eager to work and genuinely good spirited like me.
Working there started out fine was hired as a full time cook(which I provided my CDM ) after being there a couple of weeks I inquired when I would receive full time hrs to get my benefits and was given the runaround. Manager was very unstable.Overall I think he thought I was a threat of his position position.Which I didn’t want.
This company staffs the biggest bunch of corporate slave drivers. The lower management team feels the sting of corporate neglect. They offer little support for their smaller locations, and then heavily criticize and discipline during annual visits. Combined with the low pay and the feeling that you will never amount to a higher position or pay leaves you anxious and angry at the end of a work day.
Low pay, rude management, lack of managerial support
It was a fun and great job. The only downside it held was that being on campus included having to take time off for holidays and summer. The upside was being able to communicate with the students, moving around to different stations. It never got boring if you like to do something different everyday
At first it was a great company to work for. Towards the end, the management would tell you one thing, then turn around a day or two later and tell you something different. Hourly pay is the same for everyone (except leads) whether you've been there 3 days or 25 years. There's a lack of communication between upper management and employees.
It worked perfectly with my son's school schedule, weekends off and summers off
Very professional atmosphere. Food quality is A-one. Chefs and cooks put forth an effort to achieve high quality. Dishers work very hard, and do a very good job. Kitchen is kept clean and free from pests. Very enjoyable to work here.