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ARAMARK Parks and Destinations Employer Reviews

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horrible managment
kitchen supervisor (Former Employee), Marysville, OhioApril 23, 2014
Pros: exciting environment
Cons: horrible manament, no leadership from managment
I would say this was the most stressful place i have worked! Not because of the inmates but because of the managment. I was cursed at, lied to, and just straight disrespected by my managers when i worked there. I stayed 3 hours over my shift one day and couldnt stay longer cause i had to get my children. My manager told me I had to stay or get wrote – more... up and my 4 and 5 year olds should fend for themselves! No understanding of family when she then tried to make me work 16 hour shifts on Saturdays and Sunday's as a single mom. I have never neen treated worse at a job than this place! – less
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Craziest work environment I've ever had
Lead Cashier (Former Employee), Bullfrog, UTNovember 12, 2013
Pros: beautiful environment, good edr
Cons: no benefits, short staffed, no training
The only good thing about this job was it's in a beautiful location but other than that, things were pretty messed up. I was hired as a lead cashier... there was NO training, NO supervisor, NO co-worker for months (I had to work 6 days a week including split shifts and had to do all supervisor duties), we were supposed to be able to rent boats for free – more... but it never happened, no recreation for employees, not enough year-around supervisors, lodge didn't even have a manger most of the season, housing is expensive (you have to live in company housing because it was in a national recreational area), all departments were very much short staffed. I will never go back. – less
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Productive and excellent work enviornment
Reservations Agent (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZOctober 6, 2013
Pros: free lunch on fridays, opportunity advancement, and hourly pay
Cons: seasonal position
I would receive inbound calls from previous or new guests whom were interested in booking reservations for bus tours, boat tours, hotels, and cabins. This position provided many opportunities for advancement and a great deal of experience in customer service. All of my co-workers were enthusiastic about their job and were very friendly. The thing I – more... enjoyed most about this position was working with guests of different cultures and ethnic backgrounds. – less
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Good company
Executive Chef (Current Employee), NVApril 21, 2013
Pros: very diverse in cuisine types accross the resort
Cons: no free time, very complicated organizational structure.
confusing Organizational structure and communication between components was not very good at times.
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do not take this job.
food service manager. management on duty (Former Employee), Olympic peninsula, port Angeles , waApril 15, 2013
Pros: working in the olympic national park. my employees were funny. the lake was peaceful.
Cons: no management perks whatsoever. no support, human resources. you have no say in your schedule and they will work you as much as they want.
This company will use and abuse you. They will make you work long hours with no break. Help is limited. The General Manager was incompetent and verbally attacked me. Human resources didn't care about the little guy....me. I gave up my whole summer with much stress to this company. .they only care about the dollar at the end of the day.
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Great work Environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZJanuary 14, 2013
Pros: great help from everyone
Cons: job was seasonal
Average day consists of coming in, cup of coco and loging in. Rarely down time cause its always busy.Customers calling in, you helping the customers, giving customers information, seeing if you can offer customers better package deals. management has an open door policy. Co-Workers always helping each other grow. The hardest part to me was the 1st 2 – more... weeks out of training. After that everything was easy. Most enjoyable for me was getting to help the customers. – less
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Entrepreneurial spirit, extreme turnover
Director of Central Reservations (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMarch 15, 2012
Pros: compensation, opportunity, diversity.
Cons: lack of accountability, support systems, revolving door.
Exciting company with many opportunities, but suffered massive turnover and confused the management concept of "Matrix Organization" with "you'll have more bosses than you would expect and some of them have no right to be anyone's boss."

Would work there again if the right people hired me and seemed likely to be there for 3 years.