Aramark-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: San Antonio, TX
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Job fair opportunities. Attentiveness during hiring process. On the job training. Opportunity to train new employees. Management and office staff were mostly helpful. Supervisors and co-workers were mostly helpful and team oriented. Make your own schedule. Management and office staff were very attentive at first, always there to help when needed, kept a clean work environment, had decent standards, included all servers in important announcements and issues that needed to be addressed, but after change in management that went down hill and led to a biased work environment and poor communication with little effort to resolve.
Lack of Communication
This is a great company but it is impossible to get ahead if you don’t have an inside man to help you. Seen it, know it, it’s the truth
I previously work for Aramark as a contractor for 4 years and travel to many accounts to support live events before getting hired full time, my conclusion is this, many of the directors are incapable and have no knowledge of what they supposed to accomplish, they use their position to apply for other jobs with other companies leaving a huge and costly mess for the managers and for Aramark as well.Their regional guys only care about concessions, overlooking retail.The director in my last account cost Aramark around $300k a year on losses, times 3 years and he left just like many other directors to a better job with a new company leaving the account with a historical mess and more merchandise than any NFL team in the country.I had the ability to fix it but instead i was furlough for 5 months to finally have my position terminated.How about directors and regional guys have to prove themselves to have more knowledge about Venue Operations, Company Management , Client Outreach, Capital Raising, Company Policies, Budget management, Team Building, Public Relations etc, than the people that work under them.
I can’t think of one, maybe that you will get paid every two weeks for sure.
If you are Jewish you don’t want to work here, I learn it the hard way.
My schedule was great Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Catering is awesome to, very stress-free. Happy employees happy management. My downside is, lifting heavy chafers.
Free lunches are great.
When you're on your feet all day 30 minutes break isn't enough.
I have always felt that I was a valued asset. The hours can be long, but it is a unique work experience. The work is challenging but rewarding. Senior management has always treated me well and has always been very approachable. Great company, and great people!
Unique work environment
Long and untraditional hours
I have been with Aramark doing concessions as a supervisor at a small account at a university and a manager at a huge account at a NBA arena. The cultures are like night and day. The NBA arena, my most recent location, WAS all about maximizing profits, even at the expense of employees. Zero employee appreciation or engagement of almost any kind. Not surprisingly, when COVID-19 hit, "we" laid off all of the hourly employees. It was tough, but it had to be done, however, I felt that "we" slapped our people in the face with the dry, emotionless email/text HR sent out to let people know that everything was canceled and they should file for unemployment. I really felt like we could have done better given our resources and the fact that our unit was making $100,000+ for events every other day. To put the cherry on top, they furloughed all of the second-tier managers (me included) back in March. I can't speak for any of the others, but I haven't received so much as a butt-call from my boss since. What kind of leadership is that? It's disappointing because I started my career with this company and came up under a few good leaders in a great team environment. The last couple of years at the arena have been the opposite and worse yet, I've seen my employees suffer for it.
exciting, challenging, chance to lead, great employees
Poor leadership, poor leadership communication, lack of concern for employees
I have nothing to say here just see for yourself. Company need to look beyond their managers to see that have employees working there that are more experienced in the manager they did hire in my area of Aramark I had director and a manager that what's male chauvinist.
Aramark has a lot of great values but the people who run the organization do not take into consideration their employees before the customer and business. They work their salary employees without a lunch past normal hours and would value making a customer or the client happy regardless of circumstance before the employee. It's a great starting point for young professionals but not a company to make a long term career out of.
I was employed with aramark for a year, I learned that aramark doesnt take care of their employees... benefits were good but pay was low for work I've done/did, I made my 40 a week but for the stuff I was doing could've been more pay... rotating weekands & holidays off were great.. my schedule was very flexible but pay wasnt great....
The best thing about working for the aramark/spurs intanment is that it is very family-friendly.The uper management treat me very well and show apprishation to there employes . I get to see most things and enteraners and NBA player up close.
I mostly enjoyed my time and the people I worked with during my tenure with Aramark. It is an incredibly large global organization with many different areas of opportunity available if you enjoy traveling and meeting new people. The Sports and Entertainment division I worked for was both challenging and rewarding for my particular line of work. In the Sports and Entertainment group most job types are tethered to sports venues with active calendars that breakup the monotony of most normal jobs. Many types of work in this division may not be for someone with family responsibilities who need a routine schedule. Things they are great in; exciting challenging work, working with great people, advancement opportunity and employee recognition. Areas of opportunity; work/life balance and competitive reliable benefits.
While I believe to company as a whole is fine, their basic operations appears to be within the norms of a food service industry. During my time working there, lower level management was constantly changing. This led to a constant changing environment and sometimes confusion as to who was in charge.
I loved my job in the beginning but by the 3rd year everything changed. It was no longer a pleasure to go to work. It felt more like a prison where you could not talk or laugh amongst yourselves even while we were working. The female supervisor would yell at us so unprofessional. If we asked for knife replacements the supervisors & management always made excuses that they didn't have a key to get to utensils. They expected us to buy our own. I was not going to spend the little money I earned on knives we desperately needed for work. We could not listen to the radio not even Christmas carols. If we reported leaky faucets or broken shelves or doors from our area the Manager would retaliate by not allowing us to bring a bag or purse to carry our utensils. During the winter we could not even bring our coat to our department so we were instructed to hang them by the back door which was a terrible Idea because my jacket was stolen and it was 30 degrees out that evening. They never replaced my jacket not did they even apologize. It had turned into such a horrible place that I began to get sick and one day I just didn't return to work. The only thing I miss are the few friends left behind because all others left also.
Im not sure..It was my dream job But management was very unfair and poor to began with.Judgemental with employees and very bias...Managers often took sides with other dishonest employees.
Liked the students
Management was bad
I been working there a couple of years and a new sue chef came in and the head chef and the sue chef are best friends and the sue chef had us fired he lied and they didn't let us explain what happened and we try to talk to corporate and they gave us the run around I Wich I can talk to the mane ppl for Aramark