Barista and Cashier (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 9 March 2017
My first job ever, and it helped me tremendously. It gave me confidence, that first step in the world. Gave me a sense of security and I loved working on campus, meeting with diverse students. Makes your day go by fast.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 March 2017
If you want to be treated respectfully, with dignity and compassion this is not the place for you. The pay for supervisors is $20/hour with no tip out or commission and managers make only $58,000-$64,000 in their pay band. They do not respect nor care about their employees.
Food service worker (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 1 March 2017
Good management with flexible timing, very good environment to work. Everyone is friendly and willing to help others. I have learned how to improve my leadership skills and to solve problems very easily.
Cashier - Food Services (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 17 February 2017
A mark Corporation, known commonly as Ar mark, is an American food service, facilities, and uniform services provider to clients in fields including education, healthcare, business, corrections, and leisure.
Kitchen Helper (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 February 2017
I worked for Aramark remote services and lived on site 21 days a month. As long as you can handle so much time away it is a wonderful job. The people and staff were amazing and I have made life long friends. The pay was awesome however the days were long.
Cashier and Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Lacombe, AB – 15 February 2017
it is a fast paced environment where you have to focus and pay attention to everything, especially when its serving time, everyone is on their feet and running everywhere which is fun and keeps you active
COOK/STAND LEAD (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 February 2017
Work would consist with opening duties, inventory, food prep, cooking and customer service *I have learned how to work with a team in a fast paced environment *I have learned how to service customers efficiently, and quickly *hardest part of the job heavy lifting, keeping store spotless. *Working with great staff was very enjoyable part of the job
Concession cook/runner/cashier (Former Employee) – Kanata, ON – 9 February 2017
My job with Aramark meant that I was a cook and cashier at the Canadian Tire Centre, where I would be responsible for cooking food for over 100 customers in the span of a 20 minute intermission. The job was highly stressful and I may very much credit my abilities to cope with extreme magnitudes of stress to my time spent in this position. The concession stand/restaurant which I worked in was packed with some of the greatest people I have ever met in my life and they made the job fun and, ultimately, enjoyable. The management was tremendous, the workplace was hot but as would be expected with stoves and fryers at maximum setting for hours on end.
Prep Cook (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 31 January 2017
A fast pace environment and every second counts. Learned what kitchen work is, it is my first kitchen job. The hardest part of my job is going up and down from first floor to seventh floor in order to get large amount of meats. The most enjoyable part is during game day where we work as a team in order to serve people. Our time is lesser because management won't pay overtime.
Food Service Manager (Former Employee) – Downtown Edmonton – 30 January 2017
My time at Aramark was both satisfying and rewarding. I was able to meet new people and step out of my comfort zone, problem solve any issues that came up during the dayand was able to speak out more instead of holding stuff in and not expressing myself.
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Kanata, ON – 29 January 2017
Working at Canadian tire centre was a lot of fun because of the team I had working with me never making it a dull moment and everyone is always making are everyone got what they need it feels good to know you have a team that works together