Cashier/Server (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 15 August 2017
a fast paced kind of job dealing with different type of people. The workplace is enjoyable as you meet different kind of customers and I enjoyed helping them. The hardest part of the job is dealing with difficult and demanding customers
A steady paced workplace with a friendly workforce!
Porter (Current Employee) – Durham Region, ON – 22 April 2017
I have learned many skills working through Aramark Canada. The management as well as fellow employees are a friendly, hard working group of individuals. Everyday I go into work feeling comfortable and secure in my position, and as if I am wanted and needed where I am. This company is an example of how exceptional customer service and a strong, happy workforce are one in the same and cannot exist without one another. Management is effective in handling mishaps between customers and employees, and rarely (if ever) leave a customer or employee dissatisfied. I have enjoyed my time working with Aramark Canada and my experiences with them will carry me throughout my professional career and lifetime.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 21 April 2017
A very good entry level experience in customer service. The managerial staff was very helpful in teaching fundamental customer service skills (patience, tactfulness, attentiveness, empathy). The work place was easy to adjust to, and provided plenty opportunities to experience constructive pressure (time constraints, work reviews).
Food Counter Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 April 2017
typical day at work is busy all the time since we are located in the University of Alberta. It enhances my communication skills. In relation to management they are very accommodating. Also safety first and hygiene is the main goal since we offer food services.
its basically a great place to work where the staff makes you feel encouraged
Dishwasher/ linecook (Current Employee) – Toronto ON – 19 April 2017
It's a nice place to work and the staff are very friendly. And for me working in an environment where the co workers are always polite is important to me The working hours are wonderful and you get to work with people from so many different culture The quality of the service and product is by far outstanding.
Affordable Meal plans
It can get very busy at times but that's more of a pro because it's good for business
Short order cook (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 19 April 2017
the airport location is poorly run. the manager would schedule me for 10 then ask why i wasnt at work for 9. the kitchen is poorly kept and cleaning is done once in a blue moon. almost all dishes would pile up untill the closing staff would have to do them at the end of the night. All in all i would never recommend anyone to work there.
Ultility (Current Employee) – Carleton University, ON – 19 April 2017
Personally, I found that working for Aramark (at least at the location I worked at) has been a good experience as a student worker. My managers have been good on ensuring that my hours fit with my classes. The people who work here are nice and are hard working, so they are dependable and certainly give the workplace a lively atmosphere. Overall, there was not a lot of cons and even if there was, the amount of pros would make them seem insignificant.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 17 April 2017
Working for Aramark as a student is amazing, because the company knows that a student's first priority is school. They will make adjustments to your schedule based on your availability, they are forgiving if something happens (such as illness or an emergency), and they're extremely welcoming.
A day in the life of an employee at Aramark means that I am always welcome. My coworkers, including members of management, are kind, approachable, and respectful. We have a strong team dynamic, and there is not a day that we aren't smiling.
There are always opportunities to get extra shifts and hours, especially if someone calls in sick. You are also able to be cross-trained for the multiple job positions available on campus. There is also some opportunity, depending on how busy the summer will be, to have shifts over the summer.
Aramark also allows for the Work to Learn Program offered at Lakehead University, which makes it an even better opportunity for students.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 April 2017
I clock in, and go to my concession stand. There, I put the float in the till. Then I take orders and take the money for the order. While I pour the drinks, the Runner fetches the food. At the end of the night, I count the float and we all help to clean the concession stand.The hardest part to the job is the cleaning; the most enjoyable part is serving the customers.
Stand Attendant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 April 2017
Was a stand attendant who worked on different floors working a seasonal job. I went into a different shop everyday and worked alongside other employees, greeting, making, and selling food working with machines, and anything required to do like clean up or lifted and moved objects and merchandise.
Employees worked together as a team and were all friendly
Long hours and almost never a break with all of the customers
Worked with Aramark for almost 5 years Planning major conferences Meeting and planning with Internal and External clientele; day to day catering operations ranging from from buffet spread, receptions to plated dinners.. Worked with the best of the industry professionals Gained knowledge on Financials and budget planning Extensive long hours, stress and pressure can sometimes make this job challenging Managing big and major events is the most enjoyable part of the job
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.