just suit for short time period part time job. No Advancement. clean and safe canteen for students, But Not a good place for working. there is No a complete working system and My working time usually unsure.
Stand Lead (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 January 2019
its fun to work at aramark learned how to deal with all different kind of people. the management are good and easy to work with. the workplace is good and good environment to work at deal with different customers attitude flexible hours
COOK (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 December 2018
Overly Aramark says front line first, but they give low wages, health benefits that are low and they will always work you shortage of staffed. Management want so much paper work done in a day without any staff to look over the customers and paperwork at the same time.
I enjoyed learning to handle customers and gain more experience with customer service on good and bad days
Food and Beverage Server (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 December 2018
A typical day would go by fast, would ask customers what they want and we’ve the food and beverage. I learned how to handle customers with a more calm, settled down manner and always dealt with problems in a proper manner. The culture is very advanced I felt very comfortable working there overall.
Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 December 2018
There is no room to advance at all, people are much too comfortable and have been here for many many years. Upper management is poor, they will expect a lot but give no support. All departments are for themselves, will work together if they have to, but otherwise it is quite isolated.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 30 November 2018
Job security is not there with this job. Aramark is a contracted company. the hardest part of my job is not knowing if I will have a job in a couple months.I enjoy a lot about my job and the place and people I work with but I need more security.
2nd Cook (Former Employee) – Anzac, AB – 26 November 2018
food prep, Cook, Serve, Clean. I learned and advanced in my knife skills Everyone got a long or learned to Management were always available Each head cook had different expectations which made some weeks of rotations a little more difficult than others.
Cafeteria Attendant (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 26 November 2018
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Manager (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 20 November 2018
There is little room to grow in this industry and with this company. The compensation is poor and there is the constant expectation to be working outside working hours. The culture is very negative and each year more benefits are stripped away.
Long hours, poor work-life balance, poor compensation
Contract Cleaner (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 15 November 2018
To start at this company, it was straight weekends and on call during the week. I soon found out, it was call you everyday. I couldn't physically work that many hours and be ready and willing to work at each phone call. 2 or 3 extra shifts a week with at least some notice would have been fine, but not everyday with no notice.
Weekend Cook (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 1 November 2018
My experience as a worker at Aramark is extreme terrible, got fired after only one month, the management is just terrible, after I got fired from there, I as a customer don't think that the food there is good anymore.
As a employee, as a weekend cook I need to prepare the food by myself, this kind of the environment isn't right for one person to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I feel bad as a employee, gets blame for everything, the head chef isn't a great chef either. All Real chef flag was on their jacket of the head chef, and the weekend Sous chef.
Working alone sims being lonely most of the time. This experience makes me realized that sometimes people just hated the things that made them who they were and then become another person.
Nasty environment with many faults in management..
Full Time Cafeteria Server/Busser/Cashier (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 1 November 2018
Shifts usually start with a negative attitude from the supervisor with being talked down to with an arrogant tone. Their are too many cliques and in fighting to mention. I have learned that people here are generally nasty to underlings. The hardest part of the job is not feeling sad and singled out. The best part is leaving for home.