Aramark-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Greenville, NC
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It’s okay. The only problem I had is that they are stingy when it comes to pay raises. Been there for 5 years and my boss wanted to pay me for what I working but Aramark wasn’t going to let that happen. Then the lay off over the Covid-19 is another thing.. they should let their employees get at least fourty hours on a paycheck just so that can help families out.
Working as a Student Manager/Management intern for me was nothing more than being there for "Extra" labor. Never gave me leadership roles, just basic tasks that the regular employees didn't want to do. When doing the things that were supposed to be done, or relaying tasks given by management, the regular employees wouldn't listen or would just down right refuse to do anything.During my time in the dining hall, I was basically there to cover stations while employees went on breaks. Was even told one time when I did not get a break that "you are management, you don't always get a break."It turned out, for the most part to be a wasted internship. Probably would have learned more working in the bookstore or something like that.
My only issues with Aramark at ECU were that some of the managers had poor attitudes during work hours. Instead of working through issues with their employees behind closed doors away from the customers/students, they would display arguments and comments in front of the student/customers, and would have no respect for my personal wishes
The work day started off really busy in the morning.but in the evenings we were a little steady. Most of the managers was a joy to work with. I learned how to cross train very well while i was working there. The workplace was very calm and enjoyable most of the time. nothing was hard about the job. They let you work in different departments.
working for Aramark has some benefits depending on what establishment you choose to work at there. my experience was very appreciated there but when it came to the hours I had to work along with the time of day it was very stressful and very difficult considering its a all around job. you don't get to choose what position you get to work there unless your a cook or prep cook. Everything else is rotational depending on where the managers want you, the work areas are sanitation, dish washer, and most hated spot is the pots and pans room unless you can wash things fast enough. That position is the most difficult area and I guarantee you wont get any break time if your working afternoons. You'll most likely be the only person working in that spot as managers will possibly not provide anyone to help you and if they do, that person only has a few minutes before its time for them to clock out and you back to being by yourself. The hours are very unfair and sometimes not well managed as sometimes you cant even work the hours you want to work. the work staff though is very loveable and everyone is very enjoying to talk to. The only things I valued from working there was free food and the coworkers who can relate to their annoyance of working there. Every since the new rules have been set up, things have gotten out of hand and have managed to make some workers more upset. If you have high tolerance or just need the money go for it but don't say I didn't warn you.
Aramark is very consistent and such a punctual place. On a typical day at Starbucks brewing coffee early in the morning could not have smell so good! The hardest part about being an Barista, is feeling that you are over worked at times. I enjoy working well with others, practicing hefty team work, and satisfying customers.
My typical day starts at 5AM and usually ends around 1PM or later. I learned to be accurate when following recipes and weighing products. Friendly atmosphere.
I work Monday through Friday.
Pay is ok. Benefits ok.
Very good for you and I think it's important to know what you're doing and how to make it easier for people to be happy with their work and their work and their relationship with others and not just because you are not going through the same process as the others in your career and your experience with them in your own way because they have to make sure that your partner workdoesn't have the same experience with your
Aramark is what companies should strive to be in terms of a company and job culture. The people are friendly and pleasant to interact with. The work itself is anything but difficult or frustrating. With this being said, Aramark is by no means a perfect company. Management is extremely friendly, but can be slow processing certain things or filling out certain documents. If you're looking for an easy job with very good pay for a part-time job, look no further than Aramark.
My time at Aramark was pleasant some days but others stressful. Many days I stayed at the job till 3 in the morning to make sure that my area was cleaned and stocked in order for me to go home. Overall the management cared about their employees and would step in and help when it got busy.