Food & Beverage Cashier (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 May 2018
Overall great place to work, the Environment is very friendly and benefits are amazing. However, running into issues with some of the members of management can be extremely difficult for the employee because the employees job satisfaction isnt always taken into account or even cared for.
great working environment, and several benefits are offered
Poorly managed and absolutely no job security or advancement.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 9 May 2018
I worked there 3 years, seasonal. Had the worst management and supervisors. It had mass layoffs every season, which brings on the struggle to find new jobs and not being able to get approved for Employment Insurance, as not many people could get a full time job there, because the company was VERY greedy. I lost 3 years of my health and life there, would not recommend.
Kitchen Helper (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 May 2018
Very physically demanding and high paced job in a camp job. I could not keep up to the pace and I grew depressed working in an isolated job site. At that point I was severely depressed and was suicidal. I left the job sector and applied for AISH.
Concession Worker (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 5 May 2018
Working for Aramark was a good place to learn the ropes about a first job. I learned a lot about customer service, handling money, and such. I would definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a small hourly workload or for a first job.
Downside was since it is such a huge company, I felt pretty small and on my own. I was only ever paid minimum wage.
Cashier/Hostess/General Help (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 30 April 2018
I have been working for Aramark for almost 8 years. In 2015, I decided I needed a change so went from full-time to part-time so that I could attend college. My manager worked with me and was flexible with the time schedule to allow for me to attend classes. Because of the college strike and my last college timetable, I was only able to work Saturdays from October 2017 until April 2018. I am currently laid off at the moment due to work shortage. No students no work. The location of my work is very convenient as Aramark has a contract with Durham College/UOIT as their food services provider for the both campuses. This enabled me to achieve my education while still being able to work part-time. The management team are very approachable and try to help where needed. A typical day includes taking customer orders and serving the customers coffee and baked goods; cleaning work stations and covering breaks for other coworkers. The hardest part of the job is standing for multiple hours whereas the most enjoyable part of the job imy coworkers and the customers.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 22 April 2018
Aramark is a great company to work for the staff and management is amazing they really care about there staff yearly raises aramark really care about their staff and always stand by you and always say family and your health comes first
Great hours 8 pay sick days per year yearly raises
Cook (Current Employee) – Gloucester, ON – 14 April 2018
For a cook it is a good place to work. Monday to Friday day shifts. Benefits for medical/dental included. I moved from dishwasher to cook. The hardest part is getting everything ready for lunch time, most days.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 5 April 2018
i liked working here leaving the company because of a contract change in the university. My coworkers were friendly and they were easy to talk to, my supervisor and management was strict but fair so it was a really good experience for me to work here.
Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 2 April 2018
Worst place to work,to much back stabbing among employees. Manangement very incompetent To many employees that we're lazy Fridges dirty and dishes and utensils dirty Expired products in fridges Staff uncaring