Cook (Current Employee) – Huntsville, TX – February 11, 2018
A typical day at Aramark is working at your location that is given to you, some areas can be faster than other during some parts during the day. Altogether it's a good place to work and get experience if you are interested in food industry.
Cook Supervisor (Former Employee) – West Liberty, KY – February 11, 2018
Supervised inmates at EKCC Correctional Facility as they prepared the meal for breakfast and lunch, counted left overs and logged each platter, took control count, entered nimber of inmates know where i am
Produvtive and fun place to work. Competitive and fast pace.
CFA Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mississippi State, MS – February 10, 2018
I loved my job with Aramark. I was a food service supervisor and I enjoyed working on the college campus in the small town setting. I worked in the food court and I was responsible for the food court at night.
Meals on Wheels Cook (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 10, 2018
I enjoyed working with Aramark. Sometimes the atmosphere can become stressful, but I've learned to just be calm and stay focus on what it is that I need to do in order to complete my job assignment as peacefully and efficiently while working under pressure. Overall, Aramark is a great company to work for.
Cut Hem and Press Operator (Former Employee) – Norwell, MA – February 9, 2018
Great place to work very diversified position I worked in the Silk Screen Room Department as a Typesetter and helped get the screens camera ready for the custom print artwork. I also worked in the Cut-Hem and Press Dept., making alterations on men's work pants by measuring and cutting the inseams that were custom ordered. It was a very busy shop.
Supervisor, Alcohol Compliance (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 9, 2018
once new management took over they didn't know what they were doing, everyone hated them but they needed a job. I worked the tunnel for a year and a half, as soon as they came in they took that away from me plus my radio, so I left..
Lead Linen Tech (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 9, 2018
I was a Aramark contractor who worked at Christ hospital in the Linen department after three years Aramark promoted me to a lead and I was responsible for various jobs, customer service, inspecting and distributing Linen through out the hospital I had a great relationship with the four managers we had
You have one schedule and when do with it you are done for the day
Linen shortages at times then the job get stressful
General Manager (Current Employee) – Knoxville, TN – February 9, 2018
The headquarters is sacraficing the day to day operations and revenue stream in order to fund M&A so they can hit their stock bonuses. I do enjoy my comanagers and higher ups, but until Philadelphia faces reality, this is a dead end job with no life work balance HR is horrible and not set up for food and beverage industry
long hours, no days off for Higher Education, no support
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Downingtown, PA – February 8, 2018
Management is terrible. They lie. A lot of favoritism. very hot. Half the time the equipment doesn't work. Worst experience of my life working at high school. When working at elementary school was much easier & more relaxing without management looking over your shulder criticizing.
some nice people
very hot conditions, work like dogs at high school