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There are great benefits that come with working for Aramark-Higher education. You are off when the students are off, Holiday’s and Summers. The pay is decent. Upper managements doors are always open for concerns and questions.
Free meals, pay, benefits
Aramark is great, especially at my location (Soldier Field). I honestly believe we don’t get paid enough for they work we do. Feeling the entire stadium and it’s stands with kegs, the removal of the kegs, and dry stocking the stands is more than a $13.50 job. Not to mention no benefits. The staff is great, the work is there.
Overall, this was a simple, easy, yet flexible work environment that was willing to work around my college classes. I'd highly recommend working here to anyone attending the University of Akron.
It was an experience I'll always remember, the atmosphere was very nice,the people was caring. I loved my job there. The managers paid attention to your work, they appreciate the smile I kept on my face, their attitudes were always sweet.
I never thought I'd find myself working fast-food and actually enjoying it. The pay could stand to be increased, and way less rigidity should be applied to the management style, but the people I work with make the whole experience worth it.
During the interview, they gave us a sheet which asked us to list any available times that we can work. Even though I listed day and night, I put on the sheet that I would prefer to not work past 10pm. However, everyday I worked listed me from 4pm-1am, with me always leaving past midnight (one day I left at 2:30am)! Despite that, it provided me with a unique experience which included dealing with large crowds, helping restock, and helping customers with their questions regarding the products we were selling. I feel like If I continued to work with them on more jobs, I can get used to the way that they work, but your first experience with them might be a struggle as they decide which area you will work at and what job you are capable of doing.
the restaurant that I worked at within Aramark was usually slow, so i was able to catch up on homework in between customers. the only downside is that because we were slow they only had one person closing, and closing by yourself can be a bit stressful
How ever all the right has fallen to me and I can't keep up with there demands. And I honestly do try I give 110 percent and I am never recognized for my labor
Lack of support from management