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There is two girls there that work for 20 years and even though their titles are as low as they get, they were in the place. Manager has no back bone. May be a good guy but not a good manager !!!!!! When someone new comes along they won 2 to 1 in the way that they have been doing it regardless of standard procedure . It does not matter, no labeling, no deep cleaning, no tracking, and one of many more things is they don’t even turn on the vents over the grills so they can hear each other talking during the day. Awful This is just in Lafayette though because the company is a pretty good company the overall. They just haven’t taken action on fixing this one place, hopefully that will come soon.
People are hateful
I've been cooking for over 10 years. I have never worked With such poor management. The entire management structure is toxic and dysfunctional. The health insurance gold plan that I had, covered absolutely nothing when I needed it. $300 a month covered absolutely nothing. The staff and management are heavy gossipers and make up lies and innuendos. If you have any dignity or self respect, you will not put yourself through the shame of working for these disgusting individuals and their vampire like company.
Toxic management, Terrible benefits, sad coworkers
Very quick-paced, need my coworkers to be able to manage their work in order for the process to go smoothly. Inmates sometimes do not follow instructions and are very quickly replaced in order to keep the kitchen running.
Limited security will often make you feel at risk
If you are part of the management (salary) team, working for ARAMARK can be great. Sadly, if you are an hourly worker, management can be harsh and distant. Management has high demands and expectations from their hourly workers without providing the support needed. Most locations will only allow 40 hours a week and anything over can get you written up even if they are busy. Your manager/supervisor will give you attitude or look down on you when you tell them that your shift is up (even though you cannot work more than 40 hours and are scheduled that). Most ARAMARK facilities are multicultural in their staffing. The hardest part of the job is working with the people. The most enjoyable is working with the right people. No healthcare or benefits for hourly positions.
They take all your money no matter how many hours you work I received a 2.53 check because they didn't do there job in management they took child support and insurance after only a 30 hour check I cook everything from scratch for 10 hour they need to get they minds together they are probably worth over a billion dollars and under pay their workers like trash makes you wanna cuss everyone out they only care about themselves and not about employees needs
The only reason I stay is because of the management. Employees and manager make up for the poor pay and benefits. Employees usually can't afford working there and don't stay around. The manager ends up covering absent employees shifts and is working herself too much.
no benefits. No pay when school is off. (snow days and holidays)
Good place to work if you are not the primary bread winner or the family. Tend to pay less and alot of times you get what you pay for in quality of staff.
Lots of chances to advance in many areas. Fun and fast moving days. Great work force and friendly staff. Always have a job thru the year either working on daily task or special events such as weddings, class reunions, or camps in summertime, Kansas City Chiefs training camp is a lot of fun.
Changing challenges daily.
Hot and demanding work.
Typical day at work consisted of preparing inmates to prepare and serve meals on time. supervising 12-15 inmates a 8-14 hour work shift. I've learned time management, a little food service skills and leadership skills. the hardest part of the job was making sure the portion sizes for each meal was correctly portioned evenly. most enjoyable part of the jobs would be the hourly pay.
Free Lunch, Good Hourly Wage
my life was at risk daily no bad personal experiences however everyday was different I had the unfortunate experience a prison riot. would not recommend it to anyone.
good pay once you advanced
good benefits once you advanced
In any area of work in a jail or prison, it takes a special mindset. Regardless of how "easy" the job itself may be, it is difficult because you are in a jail/prison. You may get to go home every day but it still takes a toll and you still have to go back every day. It's a good job, as far as benefits, security, etc. Just make sure you have the mentality for it, it's a completely different world in there; for the inmates, COs, and civilians alike.
Aramark used to be a great place to work. Chefs used to have more freedom to be creative. Now things have gotten more corporate. Menus are made by people higher up on the corporate ladderWho seem to not know what they are doing.
free lunch. job security
too much corporate interference.
Management expects you to come in and know the operations with no training and just throw you in there and you have to figure it out for yourself. Lot of racism, promoting a certain color. Expects you be at their beck and call, like you don't have a life outside of the job. Worst company ever.