The head chef and director threaten to ruin my name and career when I complained about the hostile work environment wrote me up for bull then lied and said I no-called no-showed after I had a stroke even though we communicated several times through call text and email and HR is a complete joke
Cook (Jelenlegi alkalmazott) - CSU - 2020, január 20.
I would probably enjoy this job more if I did not have management that lets harassment and such happen. HR was even called about the harassment, and they did nothing about it. That is the main problem of working with this company. At least that is the main problem at the location I work at right now.
The people enjoy my different foods such as cakes,soups,fryed chicken etc .My co workers are cool and treat one another as family.Aramark is a good place to work for but need to train their management staff better.I love the company they linked me to for 7 years I've cooked there and I enjoy going to work.
Have been working thre for a few years , it's actually pretty good job because I work for the schools , the only bad things it's not for a person that's looking for a 40 plus hour job , off when school is out .
I learned a lot from the great Chef! I was one of the lucky ones who helped organized the newly constructed kitchen at a senior lodge.At my time we cooked from scratch and it felt rewarding when residents would send their appreciation for the job well done.
Learned so much working for this company. Really grew as a person and as a Chef. Worked under an amazing Chef/Mentor who taught me
So much and took the time to teach and really push me to challenge myself. Will never forget that part of my Life or the people, Chefs/co-workers I met along the way. Would go back in a heart beat.
The co workers were understanding , patient and loyal , the customers/school students were respectful , Working in a cafeteria , we had to work at a face pace and understand English some African laungage but that wasn't a issue , we were dealing with high school students ages 18 & up !
The environment of the site I worked at could have been amazing, if not for the site manager. Otherwise, the staff was great, the executive chefs were fun, the customers in business dining were great when compared to the general public. I was able to learn a lot of different skills and was given the opportunity to try a lot of different foods, and given some great freedom to experiment with cooking at times. It was hard work for sure, but on a good day it was overall satisfying.
Other deficits were the benefits and compensation.
The college kids are nice.. most of them are. There parents are a trip but we rarely deal with them. Its ridiculous to have to pay 75$ for parking at the school. Most the mangers have favorites who in turn do not work because they are the favorite.
When I was working for Aramark I was satisfied with my work days and hours. Mainly due to the fact that the company and buisness was closed on the weekends. With this job I learned how to make various sandwiches. I was also able to provide the students with a variety of tasteful food on campus.