Pros: good benefits
Cons: low pay, long hours, massive under-appreciative mgmt
Be prepared to work VERY long hours, with little-to-no appreciation from management or corporate, low pay, no life/work balance, performing around 3-4 jobs for each 1 you hold.
I have worked at Aramark for 2.5 years now. At first it was nice to work for a company that could actually afford to pay you, but soon the negatives started to pile up. Faulty management (seriously, some of the worst people you can imagine hold positions of leadership in this company), hugely reactionary, unwilling to get involved in the hands-on work and help out, unwilling to "have your back" when the client says something, etc. You will be asked to do the job of about 4 people every single day. Unwilling to train you and help you learn the ropes to further your career. Extremely un-interested in the future of its people -although the company's motto claims otherwise. Corporate is very unstable. After being burned by this company more times to count, I am pursuing work elsewhere. I do NOT recommend working for this company if you value yourself as a human being.