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Aramark has a very busy and competitive environment. As a cashier, I have to prepare food as well as deal with the transaction. There are peak times where there will be large line up and as a cashier, it is my responsibility to finish the line as quick as possible.
I enjoy working at Aramark because I really love the location I am at and the job I do. I enjoy my co-workers and the students. I do feel that after 6 years employees should get some compensation other than 21 cents above minimum wage.
ZERO advancement over the years I worked there. Management promotes their friends instead of loyal and proven employees. You will get moved around a lot, so be prepared to work with many different people.
Laid back and friendly environment
Bad management, disorganized
Managers were always arguing with each other and would also argue and make a big scene with the supervisors in front of the customers. There were many complaints to HR from the employees because of the managers.
Make you over work with no break
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It is a dis organized unit. Management does not seem to know what they are doing. Managers do not have people skills nor management skills. Issues never get resolved and the place has become a place for disgruntled employees.
Inefficient Upper Management
As soon as a shift starts you automatically have to clean up after the previous shift. Kitchen is incredibly dirty. Managers don't care enough to help out when issues arise. LOTS of favoritism from management, and hardly ever promote from within despite having workers from opening day. Head office also seems to brush issues off as nothing when brought to their attention. Only enjoyable part is the other employees, they're very welcoming to new people and more than welcome to help if you're struggling.
Discounted meals, fun coworkers
Short staffed, bad managers, favoritism