Fast paced and diverse workplace which I enjoy dearly.
Concessions Cashier (Current Employee) – Flushing, NY – August 11, 2018
A typical day would include cleaning, serving, counting inventory, placing orders to the warehouse, stocking shelves, and preparing money in the register. I learned how to feel out my customers, how to work in a fast paced environment over the many years I have been working. The hardest part of the job would be dealing with inebriated customers that I have to refuse from serving any more alcoholic beverages to. The most enjoyable part of my job is dealing with diverse people, seeing my regular customers, and working with people I truly enjoy being around.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Pflugerville, TX – July 11, 2018
Prepared, served food items by following strict guidelines. , restock food-drinks, assisted the registered during lunch time, it was a convenient job for me back in those days because I was married and I was able to take care of my ex husband kids because my schedule matches with the school schedule.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 23, 2018
Living in an growing big city like Houston is gonna have it's pros and cons on a career in a company like Aramark such as PROS: Good medical benefits (in a medical driven city), A great place to make friends (tons of people in Houston), and a good family oriented environment at Aramark (everyone seemed to care about everyone personally). CONS: Paygrade is a landlord's best friend (If you not making at least $12/hr highly unlikely to live good in Houston), Transportation in a big city is horrible (Traffic to work is a bust around shift times), Break times are horrible though at Aramark (numerous times its was 15-30 minutes lucky if you got 30 because of the open consumer hubs you work in). Other than that I loved working for Aramark in Houston.
Medical benefits, Working hours daily, Family oriented.
Living arrangements, Transportation, Short breaks.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – June 20, 2018
pending on the stand you work the person in charge can make it a fun time and gets everyone working together, the job is in spurts seeing since at this place people want to watch what they came there for
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – June 4, 2018
Get your register sheet and count the drawer to make sure there is 200 dollars in the drawer. Then you start preparing food for when the fans start to come into the stadium. I learned how to pour beer and also about fake Identification cards. Hardest part is when there is a rush
Cashier (Former Employee) – CoDining – May 24, 2018
They did not care about treating you with respect or basic human kindness. No paid lunches, breaks to be taken first three hours of shift. If your coworker calls out, good luck even getting a break. I was asked to sign a waiver saying I requested no lunch and that I was not asked to sign the waiver. Did not sign it!! I called the Chef for a bathroom break and was told to wait until next shift arrived. Workplace culture is similar to high school cafeteria complete with gossip and bullies Hardest part of job was paying for insurance.that didn't cover office visits. Most enjoyable part of job was meeting the awesome people we served. Free lunches consist of pork, pork and more pork
Aramark are an good envormental place of good work
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 22, 2018
being at Aramark was an fun and exciting adventure. Learning how to work while bonding with other employers. Learning more food and deserts to make. Also, they have help me gain my Food Handler Certificate.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Clemson, SC – May 22, 2018
I like working for Aramark mostly because I have a wonderful boss, plus I like to be around the students and faculty.. I would recommend a friend for a job at Aramark, but only if they wanted to work in a retail environment where there is an ebb and a flow to the work that we do at the P.O.D.s (POD's are the little convenience stores that are on Clemson campus.) They would also have to be a hard worker and be willing to be flexible with their schedule. They would have to be honest and loyal to the company. A typical day at work would include stocking shelves, running the cash register, and helping customers. The hardest part of the job is the lifting that has to be done in order to stock the Coke cooler. The most enjoyable part is talking to the students and trying to make them have a better day.
Having a steady job and a great boss.
Not a year round position and the pay is not up to other retail positions in the area.
Cashier (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 21, 2018
Aramark, depending on the location of the company, has great entry level food service jobs at some college campuses and other large venues such as stadiums. Customers are always great to interact with.
Understanding work environment for college students
A&M University - cashier (Former Employee) – Canyon, TX – May 16, 2018
During my time working for Aramark, I learned the importance of optimism, communication skills and customer service advantages. A typical day at work would include a lot of cash handling, customer service and store maintenance. The routines of the job provided a type of stability in an ever-changing college atmosphere. The management and employees were all so understanding of life's surprises and stresses, their communication skills and ability to be fluid in numerous aspects of life was instilled in me as well.
free meals/snacks, flexible scheduling, weekends and time off when the school is out of session
short breaks, lack of insurances for those who aren't full time, uniform strictness
Cashier (Current Employee) – Richmond, KY – May 16, 2018
They talk a good game. I was hopeful. Promises of job advancement which did not take place. Management was kind at first. Quick to yell at problems that are taking place, Blame others instead of correcting the problem in a positive manner. They are not consistent on the changes that are made.
One free meal during your sift.
Changes are not thought through. Employees are not happy
Cashier (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – May 4, 2018
Honestly I worked there for over a year never got my raise or my promotion I was talked to about. I was trained like a manager without the title or the big responsibility, I was also paid less than most new hires and my hours constantly got cut to the point of me only working 3 days in a week.