Aramark
Happiness score is 65 out of 100
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In Calgary, we're paid minimum wage for housekeeping. We're overload of work to the point we don't even know if we are going to be able to finish on time. They are rude and treat you like slaves. Racist. No compassion, no listening. They don't respect schedule, day off. They make woman mop huge bistro, dining rooms, the do not have consideration for woman. They don't respect seniority. They are despacable. A lot of scandals about them in the food industry. Aramark should be illegual in Canada. This is Capitalism in is pure form!
Answered 17 March 2017
They should learn how to do their jobs properly and actually act like a leader rather than someone who sits in an office and points what to do with no knowledge of how your job is done or how much it takes to complete your job. They should also follow their own rules such as no tolerance for stealing or bullying, as people would drink on job, steal from fridges or customers, and bully with no repercussions
Answered 17 March 2017
No roles for staying home
Answered 28 May 2020
Yes, Aramark is in remote locations.
Answered 26 March 2019
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