Supervisor (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – December 29, 2017
I worked at a concert place which supplied a great environment to work in but every time there was a lack of preparation and communication between people actually performing the work and top management which made for issues all the time.
Inmate Supervisor (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – August 8, 2018
I love it great experience you learn something every day dealing with different inmates day to day. They have awesome benefits, fantastic security. Not to mention the food is delicious. I recommend people to work with Aramark.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Carrollton, GA – August 5, 2018
Loved every minute of working here. I was front end supervisor. I was able to build great relationships with the staff. Learned so much on how to manage others. My boss took time to inform me of up-coming events and gave me coaching on management skills to improve upon
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – August 3, 2018
I would come in and make sure everything was set up to start the shift. I would check my schedule to see who was scheduled to work for what shift. I had to assign duties to everyone, once all employees were in and the shift was started two days a week i would check inventory or stocked received products. I had to count cash drawers and handle the safe deposits
Concessions Supervisor (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 29, 2018
Aramark is very easy going. As long as you do your job and are willing to work as a team you will do just fine. The Concessions Manager is awesome as well as the other concessions supervisors. Everyone is very welcoming. The Director of Operations talks to everyone, no matter what your position is.
Concessions Supervisor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 24, 2018
ARAMARK is the Best Company hands down. They Acknowledged all their employees. They support all their employee. The Management Staff are very supportive. The Management team jumps in and get dirty along with the team.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Tyler, TX – July 20, 2018
As management, you work long hours because of budgets promised by upper management with little to no outside training for the expectations of the job. Your superiors will not be able to do your job because they themselves were hired with no experience working the position you will be expected to maintain. Those individuals in the positions to set the budgets for accounts are unable to do simple math, therefore your operation budget requires that you pay employees minimum wage and expect that they will "WANT" to work for your company.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lansing, KS – July 17, 2018
Working in a prison, we were instrusted to use scoops smaller than the size required per the menu, shorting the inmates on thier meals. In my opinion this is so that the sales of their purchase food increase due to hunger, so that more money can be made of the inmates. Aramark is an amazing company, with contracts in several professional stadiums and other events, so why do they feel the need to short inmates servings to save money? That is why they were scored so low. In my opinion this is abusing a sytem that you bid for, and taking advantage of people. Thinking inmates are dumb is not a good idea and I have seen and been accused of shorting by angry inmates during htier meal lines.
Stressful prison environment due to inmates becoming angry at the shortage of thier portions.
Alcohol Compliance Supervisor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 16, 2018
Negative at all phases of area stressful everyday at aramark period nothing else to say it was a bad job for me yes it is aramark at Capital one arena in the nation capital Washington DC is some (BULL)They over work under pay and are very racist
Culinary Supervisor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA 19107 – July 1, 2018
I feel a better understanding between management and the culinary staff is needed, Management should learn to talk " to" employees instead of "at" them. I do enjoy my culinary team .
Free lunch Close to home
unmatched 401k for supervisors, short lunch, no one works a 40 hour week, overtime isn't allowed even when short staffed, Management unwilling to listen to staff in regards to working style and recipes
Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – July 1, 2018
I was able to grow as a leader while working for Aramark, despite the poor management. I did the best i could on a daily basis despite being extremely short handed all the time. The hardest part of the job was having to develop my skills alone with little guidance. Nothing i said was ever considered. I felt very unappreciated and used. How ever i developed some of the best relationships from this job.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 29, 2018
They promise you growth, but all they care about is the bottom line and won't ever advance you unless you are popular among their office politics chain. You basically have to play the game; nothing is based on merit.