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Worked 7 years with Aramark in Crumlin Hospital. Too much work for basic wage. Unsafe equipment, not enough staff for how busy it was. No management skills, didn't care, rosters we're always late. I was dropped down to 1 day a week without any communication with myself until I confronted the mangers, was told it was for new staff to train even though I was with company 5 years they all passed the blame.
When I left Aramark.
My previous employer was tuped over in September 2019 to Aramark so it was not my choice to work for them. All of our employees were reassured that the business would run exactly as it had previously which turned out to be a lie. Instead of supplying existing casual hours workers with contracts they employed outside workers with full-time hours which was not at all fair.
It was a good company to work with and flexible especially if you are a nursing mother or a student or still relating children it gives you room to work and attend to your family issues. I recommend it for anyone who wanted to work as a kitchen assistant or studied hospitality. Very good company and my manager was a great lady
A busy place and they wanted me.to work like twho people for an minimum per hour income. I supost to bring in the plates wash and bring out on the same time as it was busy and fast going the role was to wash the dishis for like 1000 customers in 1.5h and was like 2500 bowls and plates and cups plus coffe cups or just gtases.
This is a horrible workplace, you spend 11 hr 15 minutes in the hospital and get paid from 8h 30 min to 9 h 15 min. Half of the time they pay incorrectly. The managment is not organised and doesn't take their employees into consideration. Most of them have no formal training in any type of managment or basic bussiness. They are always short staffed, having to do breakfast for 32 patients by yourself is seen as a norm. When a person is new they take advantage of them by either making them work extra day (since they have no staff) or asking for "favours" which is where they do extra work without extra pay. Overall the job is not difficult once you know you're diets and the actual job. It's a beneficial experience especially engaging with the patients and giving them the food they need to get better. The job itself is 8/10 The work, the management and overall experience 3/10. I would not recommend this to anyone. It's a minimum wage job in an infectious environment , the hours are long and not all the managers are supportive.
My first job in catering, the training was excellent, was an exciting place to work at times. Management was the worst ever. Too many power hungry individuals two faced and too much back bitting going on amongst the management Was pretty unprofessional and frustrating. Management also lacked tacked in dealing with staff. job itself was great, shifts always available.
Many hours available
Worst management ever
I worked with Aramark during my exam period and the following summer. I worked on a zero hour contract and had either one or two shifts per week. I was not pressured to take on more shifts than I could handle. The management were very friendly and accommodating though at times rotas were not released on time etc. There was always something to do and being customer facing I was able to develop my social and professional skills very fast.
Can be overwhelming on busy days
Please don't work for this company management have no experience what so ever always having a go at you always pick up on the negative things never say well done for what you have done always short staffed
No weekend work
I enjoyed working for Aramark. I was lucky enough to work with people who understood the balance between work and home life. I was fortunate to work for a manager who understood and recognized his employees talents and worth. I can't speak on ALL of Aramark, this is a reflection of MY experience.