Bartender (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 15, 2017
Bartending for events is great if you're only looking to pick up extra cash. If you are looking for steady income then this position would not be the best option. Overall work environment and people are great & easy to get along with.
Utility Worker (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 15, 2017
Harassed and overworked 2hours overtime on the board everyday and we also have to work on Saturdays. Supervisors said I cant use the bathroom or say hi to other co-workers and union has not stuck up for us since I've started working there. Also racism if your of color.
Morally questionable company- easy to slip through cracks
Retail Sales (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 14, 2017
I was hired and never worked a day for at least a month, worked there for a few months and was never even register trained. Was basically paid minimum wage to stand for 8 hours and fold t-shirts while dodging uncomfortable conversations with my manager. Also super short lunch breaks.
Student Worker/Cashier (Current Employee) – Lock Haven, PA – June 14, 2017
A typical day at work would depend on where my manager would place me. Monday would be busy for grill area. My team and I would prepare food services for the students and faculty fast food like sandwiches, burgers, fries, etc.
Food Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Searcy, AR – June 14, 2017
I liked working at Aramark. It was all an experience that im glad I got to be a part of. Didn't get to train in all the areas I was promised. There should've been a better communication system between manager supervisorsand employees
FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR (Former Employee) – Welch, WV – June 14, 2017
Good and fun work place. Great experience with management and excellent people to work with. Excellent salary and great benefits. The people who work for aramark have good skills and help anyway they can.
Head Custodian. (Current Employee) – Matawan, NJ – June 14, 2017
People who work hard and care about doing a good job are not noticed by mangt at all. No communication at all unless its a major complaint.supervisor is not there at night. Leaves early. Not a real working supervisor at all. Have to beg for supplies and clean laundry. Manager does not stick up for workers. Bad workers do whatever they want, they know nothing will happen to them. Wish I could find a better place where management actually cares about good , hard workers.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – June 14, 2017
Working in higher ed dining versus business dining with life works is night and day. I had the pleasure of working in both fields. If you are open to learning and do anything that is asked of you, you will learn alot and have many responsibility's. All in all I would not have stayed 6 years if it was a bad place to work.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – UNCW Wilmington, NC – June 13, 2017
Training is insufficient, workers resent new employees and do very little to help you get acclimated. Breaks are nonexistent. Management only cares about management and their on advancement. Promised things at hiring that never happened. One of the worst places I've ever worked.
Accounts Receivable Specialist/Collections (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – June 12, 2017
A typical day at work consists of making phone calls non stop and forcing yourself to not care about whether things are right or not. Management is worried about numbers only. They say more calls equal more money paid to them so they don't care about customer service at all. Just make calls and you'll be fine.