Aramark
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7 questions about Working Culture at Aramark
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
Unaware of how terrible it is and how depressed and underappreciated I would feel. It's easy to get a job here because they are desperate for any "body who will work" there. Quoted from a manager.
Answered 27 March 2017
They expect you do do the job of 4 people on your own and get mad when you cant complete it, they make you work through breaks, guilt trip you if you call in sick because you are the only one for the job, they dont appreciate you, and the workplace is so negative with everyone talking bad about one another, management let employees bully which includes bullying customers, very not ok and a horrible place
Answered 1 November 2018
Free lunches, good benefits, respectful management
Answered 27 March 2017
The pace at work is not that fast it all depends on the worker.
Answered 21 November 2018
Positive and friendly work enviroment overall except from upper management.
Answered 8 August 2018
Work environment is fast pace. Friendly, it's like family, We are there 2 weeks at a time and off for two weeks, We looked out for each other at the work place.
Answered 11 June 2017
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