Aramark is large company with a lot of opportunity to work in other states and countries. the pay is in low side of scale in comparison to work load. The health insurance program is not very good and costs are very high.
No comments, I just be treated very bad during I been working with this company, no help from this company to advance or to complete very difficult tasks, lack of communication from district manager with
Excellent job/career to have there I had made a good decision by working there. Management was a awesome they were fair. The benefits were very good. You do receive a raise every year. Overall good company.
After 2 years of working for Aramark, at two accounts, we again lost the contract to a competitor. The insecurity of not knowing if your job will be safe is the question. Contract Dining is a tough line of business to be in. However, when your let go, they will pay severance to managers. This allows you to search for work elsewhere. There is absolutely no guarantee of you maintaining a job with contract dining.
The people are really great. Dealing with the corporate culture can be challenging at times but for the most part its a good place to work
it all comes down to the account you are in and what segment you are in as well.
This was a good job for a time. Learned a lot about managing. Training programs were great. Tons of room for advancement if you can take the stress and long hours. Not a good fit for a family man but a great job for someone looking to gain experience
As an hourly-employee, this is an astoundingly easy culinary position. The basic expectations range from punctuality, cleanliness, good client report, sanitary station conditions, and following company-mandated production guidelines.
As part of management, this company becomes overbearing real fast. For my part I am expected to function as my own administrative assistant, perform my regular executive chef duties, execute catering orders as well as deliveries, work special events to save labor costs, as well as any other tasks that appear where hourly employees cannot be delegated to complete because of overtime restrictions.
Holidays and weekends off, paid-vacation days, 401k option, steady schedule
Pay scale is not current to the cost of living in Austin.
I held out for 8 years and they were the worst 8 years of my life... The work culture at least in my district and area was horrible. Cut-throat and unethical is all I can say about the leadership team in the area of NC and SC
Overall, it was a fairly pleasant experience despite the lack of decent pay and poor manager experience. I had worked with the company through 2016, and had departed from the company on excellent terms.
I had three wonderful years as a location manager with great leadership good reviews and raises and promotions. My last year was terrible when they brought in a FSD with his own agenda. We did not see eye to eye, and ARAMARK became untenable for me.
My day consist of teaching and working with the staff. Managing the labor and food cost. Creating menu and help balance the budget.
How to work with a diverse team. Management work with each other in order to accomplish a common goal. Diverse workplace culture. The hardest part about my job is not being able to help everyone which I would like to. The most enjoyable part is being able to teach and see the growth in people.