Questions and Answers about Aramark

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What advice would you give the CEO of Aramark about how to improve it?

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Show more compassion about the work and have more communicaton with the workers and be more open minded with the ideas that the employees have to say about the job.

Answered - Preparation Cook (Former Employee) - Salem, NC

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It would be wonderful if the CEO of Aramark could bring back jobs to the Norwell location.

Answered - Administrative Assistant to VP's of Sales & Mkting (Former Employee) - Norwell, MA

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Allow us to get rid of people that don't work out have a probation period,at 5 write ups they should be terminated,instead of it having to be consecutive write up on same situation

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Hire the right people, put the standards in place and hold them accountable

Answered - Regional Director of Operations (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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Better employee relations

Answered - Cafeteria Manager (Current Employee) - Friendswood, TX

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Really pay attention to the workers and not the managers. workers will answer what they are supposed to because they want to keep their jobs.

Answered - Location Supervisor (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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I worked there a few years ago I don't know what it's like now maybe to offer benefits.

Answered - Customer Service/ Food Service Worker (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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None at all, they seem to be doing a great job even now 17 years later.

Answered - DISHWASHER (Former Employee) - Nacogdoches, TX

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Get better management and make they kitchen safer

Answered - Dishwasher/Prep (Former Employee) - MN

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Nothing bad just keep up the good work

Answered - Cashier/Cook (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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