Race is a major issue at Aramark. MGMT will not support staff when you get a situation. They'll let you fail and get fired. Seen it to many times. Some managers do support you, but most at Temple University will not help. It's hard to work in that environment
There are a lot of positives going into the job. Once onboard you see how the company is really run. It's all about putting on a face. There are many compliance issues that are swept under the rug. I've heard that it's easier to pay the fines than actually fix the problems.
Don’t join downtown Philadelphia pa Aramark company try a different one .. not all food court sections are the same but they was better when they first started off afterwards they didn’t do what a actual job does .
I love how they recognize each person and respect all. If you are looking to grow in this comany you can and it dont take long.At aramark they know what safety and cleaning and keeping up with the code of conduct.
The job was a good experience. I would certainly
consider being employed there again. Learning how to excel working under pressure and being able to fulfill a high demand of quality and customer service has taught me a lot.
They really don’t have a heart when it comes to people and they family but most of the time it was good and fun until they fried me because I was a little late after my mom die I didn’t have a babysitter and I was raising my kids and my sister kids
I am a dedicated worker to the service of others. Enjoyed the opportunity to use my skills and knowledge to manage a workforce of more than 60 employees ti ensure that service to the patients were of the highest quality and met with their expectation
hated it there food was bland and basic. The people struggled to keep a basic tone and vibe in the work place. I was the new grill cook and apparently all of them keep leaving i wondered why... management didn’t even want to give you any slack always constantly yelling for no reason in the kitchen