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Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation, United States on Dec 5th, 2019
"Male dominated industry and company. Corporate culture is very dry."
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation, United States on Oct 10th, 2019
"Culture varies widely across departments and in the "field". Pay is unequal despite compensation thresholds. Promotions and recognition are few and far between. Forget bonus if you're not a director. "
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation, United States on Aug 19th, 2019
"Their maternity leave policy is that you must work up until you go into labor or you will not receive short term disability payment. If you are laid off for a season and happen to be due, you will receive no short term disability, even if your back to work date falls a week after you deliver. They do not have their employees best interest in mind. If you are a salaried employee you can expect to work much more than 40 hours per week, without proper compensation. It is expected of you."
"very flexible with hours and understanding of other obligations such as family and school. "
"I would suggest that you keep looking for a better opportunity "
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on Jun 12th, 2018
"Research carefully to make sure position and workload in consistent with salary."
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on Apr 23rd, 2018
"Some women enjoy it as a woman and minority I did not feel wanted."
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on Sep 4th, 2017
"great company with strong values that really cares about its employees"
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on Aug 9th, 2017
"Great place to work for with great work/life balance and summer hours"
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on Jul 22nd, 2017
"long hours for little pay but other employees are nice"
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on May 1st, 2017
"I would tell them not to work here at all. "
Anonymous shared this review of Aramark Holdings Corporation on Nov 18th, 2016
"It's a very traditional company that is coming into the 21st century here and there, but the benefits are expensive and lacking. While the people are mostly wonderful (in my experience), the "old boys" network is real, and the discrimination is subtle but present."
"There are a lot of women in supervisor positions at my site."
"i well give advice to my self that i should finish my school because if soo i well be more than a cook and I can be a GM"
"I have been here 15yrs and what I have learned so much. I have worked for some very wonderful people. Had done retail before and have done very well. If you are willing to do what ever they, travel, school you can go as far as you want."
"Guard your heart and toughen up. Your boss is going to ride you ass and treat you like a child. Don't let him make you feel like a child."
"Wish i did not show how much i was willing to do others jobs plus my own."
"Don't stress over trying to learn everything at once. They will give you time and senior leaders expect it will take a full year for you to get your arms around the business"
"will fight to keep from giving raises, never gave a bonus,i have been with this company for 6 years and have only got a total of $.40 in raises."
"They try to keep hours that you work to a minimum. Not even 8 a day!"
"if u want to make no money and have the boss yell at u and have no benefits and part time then this is the job for u."
"Not to belive what managemnt tell you. They lie about salerys and job positions."
"high stress job better than working for minniam wage"
"I have worked here for almost 10 years. I do like the flexibility I had during my pregnancy, however the health plan here is very expensive, and the coverage is not great. The company only pays 50% of the cost of health insurance, you pay the rest. For a family of 3, that equates to about $500 per paycheck. Much more than other companies. Also they only offer 6 weeks of maternity leave, and the first 2 have to be your vacation days. Not much women in leadership presence here, either."
"after losing contract with facility could not find a suitable place to send me after 10 years with company"