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What would you suggest Aramark management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Don’t lie in orientation to new recruits, music has been proven to lift moods, let your employees put one ear piece in to listen to music,allow people to carry water bottles to drink , let them use a rest room when they need it, update your broken cleaning carts.

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Do not be more well off in attitude than your clients. Some people put their neck out over other competition just to get treated with respect. That action alone keeps clients focus on keeping a great relationship with their vendors. He with the gold makes the rules is how I hear business goes. I personally go with feeling peace at appoinents due to professional challenges that arise in some cases. So humble respect goes a long way. :) thank you for listening.

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Paid more money. That not right

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Your a subcontractor and get pay well by JMU and other colleges.
No benefit
Unsanitary conditions in food storage
Very low pay
You took good jobs away from people.
That work for JMU

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Stick behind your workers in a prison setting, damand proof of why your employee is getting walked out due to what an inmate states that is false, demand more evidence then kites that are written by inmates who obviously dislikes that employee because they were doing their job. Aramark does not stand behind their workers when it comes to a contract by the state, if that prison states their guilty then Aramark believes them without proof.

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Pay a competitive wage. After 10 yrs of service, I still make less then $10. per hour. moving on.

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Give them a raise and respect what they do for you and the company

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Get new managers

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Be more respectful to your hard working staff. Acknowledge ALL THAT THEY DO, especially when their school cafeteria is UNDERSTAFFED and expect them to prep, cook and serve 250 lunches with ONLY TWO WORKERS. Stop promoting staff to Manager positions based on favoritism and not abilities.

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Hire mature adults, don't let 18 year olds come in and try to take over.
Pay us On Time!!!! Respect goes a long way...weekends off every other weekend. FSM Held accountable being at work.

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