Aramark-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Bowling Green, KY
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It’s not worth 16.10 an hour starting out. A lot of heavy lifting. 20-45 stops a day. Very early morning hours. Start around 2am. No home life. I wouldn’t recommend this job to anyone. It’s a young mans job that’s single and doesn’t mind giving his life to his job.
Very early morning hours. Low pay for the job you’re doing. Paid mileage isn’t worth it.
The culture is very stagnant. Aramark, like most other giant corporations, only cares about the bottom line. You are treated with zero respect. You are given empty promises during the interview process and performance raises are rarely given out.
The work load wasn’t the worst, they made a point to go through all the safety procedures. They did a short training session on my first job placement on register at Chick-fil-A but they didn’t go any further with trainings.
My team and management was very good at communications and getting our jobs done correctly. When problems did occur they were quickly handled in a professional way. We were located on a University so their were all kind of different smiling student faces who brighten up your days. Overall one of the best places I've worked.
I worked at Aramark while I was attending school. The work was what you would expect from a fast food location, in this case, it was an express location meaning that there was a high volume of customers but the menu wasn't as expansive. I enjoyed working with my coworkers and they were the best part of the job. The hardest part would be the heat and quick pace at times as the orders would pile up unless you were staying on top of them.
Aramark is a great company overall. I left Aramark because of the unrealistic expectations from Senior management and for a significant promotion .I was held back and not supported .
Work ?life ballance
Most days at work are relatively slow with brief rushes that maybe take up an hour of the entire work shift. Lower management (shift managers/supervisors) are very hit or miss, with some being fantastic and others being awful, while upper management is consistently bad. There is constant drama between coworkers, and there is clearly no empathy toward employees (the majority of which are high school or college students) by upper management.
I have really grown a lot in working with this company. I started out working as a server and made my way up to become a supervisor. I have been with this company for 13 years and never had a problem with no managers but the one I have now. I really enjoy my job and working with others but however, some managers need to know how to talk correctly to their employees.
Pay wasn’t the best, benefits weren’t either. Managers were quick to throw their employees under the bus and take out their lack of control on them. They did work decently with the students who needed schedule accommodations.
Free lunch at cafeteria, discount on campus food
Breaks hard to get, management not qualified
I was able to grow as a leader while working for Aramark, despite the poor management. I did the best i could on a daily basis despite being extremely short handed all the time. The hardest part of the job was having to develop my skills alone with little guidance. Nothing i said was ever considered. I felt very unappreciated and used. How ever i developed some of the best relationships from this job.
Everything about the job is about the bottom line, no considerations for the customer, ever. Too many hours trying to alleviate customers problems and concerns only to have plant management not share those same concerns. Customer concerns were only addressed when the renewal dates were coming up on the contracts, even then the attitude of do only what was needed to renew the contract was taken. Attention to new business was dealt with in the same manner, do only what was needed to get the contracts signed. Problems with the labor unions for the drivers and plant employees was also dealt with in the same manner, do as little as possible to get by.
average pay and good benifits
total lack of concern for custmers and employees
While the work/life balance was great during breaks there wasn't any when students were on campus. Management was always looking to cut labor and wanted salary managers to cover any shortages. Felt pressured to help out for events (games, receptions, etc) even after you had worked 40+ hours that week. Benefits were okay at best but cost among the highest I have seen. No room for advancement, even if there were upper management makes it known that they hire from outside anyway.