Aramark-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Orlando, FL
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This company really made it to the top by skimming the employees pay and squeezing every bit of work and food material into every dish. Every employee has a price tag assigned that management schedules for “bonus opportunities” Often felt overwhelming amount of work for a short amount of time.
They make you work full time for absolutely no benefits, minimum wage, sub par environments (dirty kitchens), all for the chance of going on a paid vacation to Colorado or something at the end of the quarter.
Low chance of getting a raise
If I could give Aramark Uniform Division less than one star I would. There is zero work-life balance. So if you are interested in working a minimum of 70 hours a week and being on-call virtually all the time, nights, weekends, days off, then this is the company for you! Literally you are scheduled as a member of management to work a 10 hour day, then if a route driver calls in, you are on a truck for the entire day and expected to then complete your management responsibilities after you finish the route. Hiring extra people is not an option because it is not in the budget. I can't even begin to explain the absolutely toxic culture. Imagine the plant (laundry), against the drivers, and the office which is against everyone because they believe they are an entity unto themselves.
You can avoid Aramark as a potential employer
Non-existent accountability and work life balance
Everyone treat me like family and explain everything that I need it to know to work in every angle of the job. They helped me through the first week and then in the second week I was already working on my own it was a good experience.
Management only cares about one thing and that is themselves. They treat their employees like they are trash. No overtime is allowed ever. Employees are restricted when you can eat lunch. Do not get caught on your phone or being away from your desk for too long or you'll get in trouble. It feels more like a prison than an enjoyable work environment.
I would highly recommend working anywhere else. This company is by far the worst company I’ve worked for. They claim they care for their employees but they really don’t. They say they will give you free meals and that is also a lie. I can promise you that there are many other companies out there that will offer you professional growth and will treat you way better than the managers from Aramark do.
False advertising, unprofessional supervisors.
I was a route sales rep there for eight years. For two years I jumped routes, and then was able to bid on a route as that person retired. The company was privately owned, and when it went public, things went downhill. It was good pay for the industry, with excellent time off and benefits.
Supervisor for commissary at the Orange County Jail is rude with bad hygiene. So called "Lead" that drives the van and looks like a crackhead is rude as well. Just because you have a "lead" position does not mean you can handle people any kind of way. Because I put her in her place, I was denied a transfer after being approved for it the day before. Ended up quitting.
A great place to start your career in IT. Plenty of projects to work on. Education is valued and you'll get tons of experience. Allows for a lot of collaboration with other IT departments.
Unrealistic deadlines. You must shave.
As much as this company is known world wide, obviously making their money ( ie: CEO) I don't think the management is rewarded for their jobs enough because it doesn't reflect on the employees and getting their recognition that they deserve! I understand it's all politics when it comes to corporations... with that being said.. I do appreciate some of the benefits. Paid holidays, paid vacations, personal time off: etc.. the insurance is way too expensive and is not a benefit! I am just a number to this HUGE business, that's how I feel.. could be wrong but I have to be honest. Again, I am very grateful for being employed, but as a single mother, it is hard living with what I am being paid. That is why I am seeking for other employment.. but at my age, it is not easy.
Free Lunches, paid holidays, etc...
I was working here as a student worker and the job itself was easy. I just didn’t like how easily they would cut my hours. Would start the week thinking I am going to work 20 hours and only work about 8-10 hours that week.
Hour cuts, difficult upper management
management does not make choices that favor current employees. they prioritize hiring other employees rather than keeping their current ones and motivate them to do better
free employee meal (up to $9.50)
minimmum wage, high-paced, high-stress, no advancement
I would walk into work, the Machine would always mess up. I was suppose to be stationed at Bakery/Vegan I would be constantly moved around at a seconds notice. The Cold prep crew did not have enough help, I would try to help. Management was all over the place, I learned a little about working in a kitchen. The hardest part of the Job was trying to be everywhere at one time. I enjoyed cooking, and being in the back of the house.
Free Lunchs, Kitchen experience
Wages, Low raises
Long hours, very physical work, a lot of responsibilities, and must have to make quick decisions dealing with customers.
The job is want you make it. The more you are willing to put the time and work with taking care of the customers needs, the more reward you will get out of the job.