House of Corrections Hourly Supervisor (Current Employee) – Franklin, WI – February 20, 2018
Very hard to place to work for,hardest part was working with Inmates most did not want to work or ever had a job before a lot of disrespect. and No support from management. Did a lot of training with no compensation and big turn over. Hardest part of the job was not having set hours if someone quit or did not show up I had to stay to get the job done. Most of the employees were great to work made some great friends but everyone is stretched way to thin doing multiple jobs.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Duncan, SC – February 19, 2018
Horrible place to work. Was told I would get a raise after 90 days but that was a lie. The only people getting raises here are the indirect labor workers. How can you possibly feed your family on 11.00 an hour?? Big turnover here. If your not working fast enough to make them look good your going to get pulled into the office to hear about it.
Building Maintenance (Former Employee) – New Jersey – February 18, 2018
Worked for Aramark for 7 years. Minimal raises, and when you worked overtime, rarely would you receive it in the following pay period. Or you received a part of it. No promotion from within. They hire outside managers with no experience or certification and expect employees to show them the ropes. Four great employees left in just over the last year. We worked company paid holidays and didn't know we actually had off. If a smaller company operated like this they would be out of business.
Multi- Service Director (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – February 18, 2018
Working with Aramark was a great start to developing a career for myself. Problem is though most employees come in as just a job and can due the bare minimum to go home. This adds a lot of stress in the work place and management normally prefers to ignore what they consider minor due to lack of applicants.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – February 16, 2018
The job was pretty easy, but I really hated the employees that got hired. They were unprofessional and did not care for the job. Even when I tried to warn to the supervisor, they did not believe me. I was there for 2 years, but my first year was great.
Its a relaxed work environment that allows us to be more independent. Once you are trained for about 2 weeks, the supervisors let you go solo. it really allows guys to be accountable for their own tasks. for big assignments we were allowed to work in groups which made the job even easier to get done.
free lunch, weekly pay, understanding supervisors, slower paced working environment.
Cashier (Former Employee) – San Marcos, CA – February 12, 2018
...Since I worked here. I don't know any current info on the company. However, no major complains about working there. Just remember it was poorly ran management wise. However, I believe that they have moved on.
Works with school schedule, free food, great co-workers, fairly easy work