Aramark-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Austin, TX
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Was thrown into a management position, no proper training, my own manager wasn’t a lot of help. In fact always had me connect with other managers (who were busy) Hired to gain sales and connect with customers, but at the end of the day, it was all about sales, little customer focus and exactly the opposite of what I was hired for. When Covid struck, building was closing and not reopening... my manager was no help.
Top leadership is very engaged in the success of each account. This division is growing and as expected, is having some pains along the way. When I first started there was no district management or regional HR presence. They have filled those positions and are looking to position themselves for growth. As for Aramark, they have their pros and cons but overall you have a wealth of resources at your disposal, you just have to go out and find them. Some of their systems could be updated and some need to be eliminated in order to increase efficiency; but that can be said for many companies. Overall it is what you put into it.
As an hourly-employee, this is an astoundingly easy culinary position. The basic expectations range from punctuality, cleanliness, good client report, sanitary station conditions, and following company-mandated production guidelines. As part of management, this company becomes overbearing real fast. For my part I am expected to function as my own administrative assistant, perform my regular executive chef duties, execute catering orders as well as deliveries, work special events to save labor costs, as well as any other tasks that appear where hourly employees cannot be delegated to complete because of overtime restrictions.
Holidays and weekends off, paid-vacation days, 401k option, steady schedule
Pay scale is not current to the cost of living in Austin.
At face value the company has a welcoming, neat appearance but its all flash and no substance. Upper management is rather inefficient and incompetent at the best of days. If you want something from HR or management you'll be waiting for a few weeks minimum. The hours aren't all that bad but aside from a lunch break that happens 7 hours into your shift good luck getting a break. Breaks are basically blasphemy and management sends you on a guilt trip whenever you try to take one even then they are little more than 5 minutes. For the work the pay is decent, as are the benefits and the work isn't all the difficult. However, be prepared to work for long hours without rest. If you work here get good shoes and be used to standing for long periods of time. The overall atmosphere in the work environment is rather drab. Aside from a few characters who do their best to brighten the world most of the staff are grumpy and passive aggressive. The amount of training given is laughable. Everything was hands on as I shadowed another employee for 2 hours and then was left on my own. No safety training. No PPE training. No customer relations training. Worst of all they allowed people to work in the kitchen without proper PPE or a food handlers license. There are more cons than pros for working here.
Free food, Free unifrom
Little to no breaks, Incompetent management, Negative work enviroment, Little training
My typical day at work can be summed up in one word: frappuccinos. I made frappuccinos every day I worked at Starbucks. The hardest part of the job was the extremes of it; when we're in a morning or lunch rush, everyone is working and sometimes people get mixed up in their duties and when we're extremely slow and we've done all we can do at the moment, staying on our feet becomes difficult.
Not what you would really think of a young person to start out with when just graduating from high school. The job was very fast. If you like working fast and being around school children while also being in the kitchen this is the job for you.
It wasn't the best job I have ever held, but it also wasn't the worst. They didn't give me a good student/employee balance like they said when I applied and interviewed. They were not understanding about my need to do homework and take exams. They kept trying to make my hours later and later without telling me.
There is never a dull moment and barely time to breathe. You wind up working multiple jobs under your one title but that gives you the ability to learn multiple fields. A great place to work and a great way to beef up your resume.
Wonderful place to work! I worked here for 12 weeks as a part of the corporate internship program sponsored by the "Hiring our Heroes' from the Texas Chamber of Commerce.
had the management turnover not been so high, i would still be there. We were NEVER fully staffed with cause us employees to fight amongst each other due to being overworked, tired and oftentime unappreciated. I am thankful for the experience thoigh
Great sales experience with opportunities for advancement. Training is excellent and company revolves around new account sales. Very metric driven sales cycle that will involve extensive cold calling to set appointments. On the plus side most companies require or are interested in the product offerings from Aramark.
Training, Culture, Management
Work Life Balance, metrics
Work environment with all the atmospheric values of home and family I love the job but had a complicated family life that required my immediate attention.The job met every need imaginable good food, quality service with excellent staff members.
all meals free