"Our people are important to us. They’re out there every day, creating unforgettable experiences and providing service to our customers, clients and communities across the globe. To show them how much we appreciate their efforts, we do everything we can to make sure our employees feel included, supported and encouraged no matter what position they’re in.
We offer employee benefits and programs that are some of the most progressive in the industry. We support our employees with medical and financial benefits, world-class resources, as well as development and training opportunities. What’s more, throughout our operations we strive to achieve a safe, diverse and inclusive workforce that our employees can be proud of.
Whether it’s through our comprehensive benefits packages or our diversity and inclusion efforts, we seize any opportunity to support our employees and make them feel like they are part of something greater."
Health, Dental, Optical and other Benefits are Exceptional.
The health insurance premiums don't equate well to the out of pocket max for each plan, which is the most important factor. There is no automatic annual HSA company contribution with the HSA plan and the OOP Max increased for 2020. For a self insured/funded health plan, employees are not feeling the benefits of reduced premiums and/or better coverage, the company is the one benefiting. A person in an entry level position, most likely young, would be devastated by an unexpected medical expense, with a $4k with a HDHP Max OOP - but a top executive wouldn't flinch by that kind of medical expense. Deductibles and Max OOP should be tiered based on employee salary. Also, not sure why the Silver and Gold plans have the same prescription co-payment benefits and also have a measly $5 difference in copayments for mental health providers - makes no sense. Other large companies cover all mental health and preventative health maintenance drugs at 100%, deductible waived, which I'd hope Aramark would consider. Not to mention during the COVID-19 pandemic, Aramark listed internally only one Telehealth provider per plan that was "approved" provided, offering only regular doctor visits covered at 100% when in reality, providers like AmWell, were in network offering mental health providers covered at 100%. Even though the patient had to pay upfront and submit for reimbursement, it was covered fully. Long story short, Aramark likes to cut corners following a self-insured model and needs to invest in offering more affordable options with an emphasis on mental health medical coverage and prescription coverage that covers preventative/mental health drugs at 100%,deductive not applying.
paid time off if you are a full time worker. great if you are a student because you work at your own schedule
Great benefits package and pto for salaried workforce
tickets sometimes but its hard to come by traveling for work is fairly common and very enjoyable. Can be stressful but usually very rewarding,
Insurance is expensive. But great help when you get mentally worn out with eap and 24/7 counselor hotline.
free food for the employee
Pay was not the best. They hire you in at a low rate based on the industry. Then hire new managers in at or above your pay rate with no experience.
Only benefit for part-time workers is free food if you work for a certain number of hours in one shift
Too expensive and need to be more affordable to match the low hourly rate paid to associates. Additionally, employees are not allowed to use their earned personal time off during lay off periods
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.