Hours are uncertain but a good company to get some experience with, management tend to speak down to younger staff members and treat them like children, sometimes you can be left chasing them for your wages
My Son works at a garage counter and has done over 6 months. He works 10 days in a row most the time with one day break. 9hr shifts. He has no access to a payslip. I'm pretty sure he's entitled to one and is also entitled to a maximum working week under work Time legislation.
- They did not pay me properly for the hours that I worked and paid less than promised; - Management disorganized and demotivate; - They did not pay me or gave me the papers for the end of contract as I requested.
I enjoy working at Aramark company, all staffs are friendly and have a great atmosphere. The Managers are friendly and helpful, amazing time that helps everybody to complete our mission. I've been never imagined work with this environment that help me a lot and make me safe and Happy.
Aramark were a horrible company to work for, from management right down to servers. They were wrong with my pay multiple times, and I didnt get my holiday pay until 4 weeks after I booked my holidays. If you have a choice dont work for them, it's not worth the free lunches
It is a very poor place to work. Hours are way too long ,12 hours a day. Management is awful and unorganized. They are also under staffed and calling people in on there days off to come in. Would not recommend.
always understaffed so when you show up at work be prepared to do way extra than you expected, minimum wage only and no overtimes given, no payrise nevertheless how long you worked there, very stressful job and environment overall.
I work as a barman in croke park, the job benefits and salaries on mu position are minimal, and there are no prospects for advancement here. Other than being around to watch matches if youre so inclined theres not much here for those looking to make a career out of a field, its very one and done.
Fantastic to learn. I started to work in Aramark when just arrived in Ireland, great experience. They gave me all the necessary training to perform my duties and they gave me the possibility to grow within the company.
Treated unfairly...dont support employees with disabilities..only good thing about the job was good sociable hours and nice co workers who would provide help if needed also they dont follow what is on their job descriptions.
Basically there is no chance for self development, there is nothing what you can learn only easy, simple, repetitive duties. Management with few exceptions on low competences. No chance for promotion..
The Company is good to work for, they mainly deal with food catering but I am employed as a receptionist as I work in a direct provisional centre which they cater for. They give a small Christmas bonus which is a voucher for Tesco.