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
Schedule is flexible and professional working environment
Stand Attendant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 December 2016
I simply love working at Aramark. High pressure in the weekend to train my skills and my mind when there are over 40,000 people in the stadium. I am lucky to be in the store where everybody worked really hard to serve hungry customers.
Stand Attendant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 June 2016
working at aramark at rogers is kinda new and much busier than kfc but i get the job easier because its the same job i got in kfc like customers service, i learned much better communication skill because they dont have any worker in my same country, the hardest part of the job is when they giving a give aways because its more people than the normal day but its fun because you can get some tip from the customer
Camp Attendant (Former Employee) – around Fort MacMurray. different camps – 28 July 2015
I enjoyed working for Aramark. The people I worked with were great. I enjoyed the camp setting and I met lots of different kinds of people both working with and for. It was a good experience and I am glad I worked for Aramark
/ BEER VENDER/ BEER STAND ATTENDANT (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 September 2014
Typical day at work would be starting off by clocking in, then proceeding to my station. I would make sure my inventory and money were in order before the shift began. Once everything balanced out I would be ready to take customers and I proceeded to handle cash transactions for alcohol until cut off. Once cut off happened I would close up and do my end inventory counts and pay for all the product sold. Once all money and inventory balanced I would clock out and head home.
Camp Attendant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 November 2012
the hardest part of the job is when the camp was full we would have alot of rooms to do and also when there were alot of checkouts to do,on my first day of work i had 20 checkouts but my boss was real good he had a couple girls come over to my trailer to help me out .we each had 1 or 2 trailers each and around 50 to 60 room and 2 to 3 bathrooms/showers.the most enjoyable part of the job was meeting all kinds of different people from all over the world and i made some real good friends that i still keep in touch with.I would have liked to stay working there but it was very far from home and my kids who are teenagers needed me home to look after them because my husband had to go to camp and he makes alot more money then I do.
Camp Attendant (Former Employee) – Northern Alberta – 17 July 2012
Was a housekeeper at a very nice camp for this company. The work was brutally physical to the point of having to have deep tissue massages when I was out for a week a month & being so tired as to not being able to do anything but sleep! Management showed no appreciatation for anything that we did, they just kept cracking the whip & putting up the work load. They also gave no room for advancement. Then we were all laid off without warning. This company does not appreciate their employees & are slave drivers. Don't think I would ever go work for this company again!