Aramark is in the people business and our 270,000 employees are dedicated to providing outstanding service to clients, consumers and our communities. Our talented team members have a passion for service and the skills and expertise to address critical community needs. We support volunteerism by providing meaningful opportunities and encourage and enable a culture of volunteerism and service.
One of our greatest assets is the dedication and service ethic of our employees. Through their commitment and dedication we genuinely contribute to hundreds of communities around the world.
Every day, you can find our employees tackling nutrition-related issues, or helping people in underserved communities prepare for work with education, training and job experience, including connections to Aramark employment opportunities.
One day each year, we come together for our annual global day of service, Aramark Building Community Day, demonstrating this year round commitment to enriching and nourishing lives. This year, on September 20, thousands of our employees will volunteer together to help families and communities succeed.
We recognize and highlight the volunteer accomplishments of our associates. Through the Aramark Service Star Volunteer Awards, we’ve recognized and honored more than 400 employee volunteers since 2008.
We also make it easy for our associates to find company and community volunteer opportunities with a dedicated employee volunteer web portal that allows them to sign up for projects, recruit colleagues, track volunteer hours and apply for scholarships and matching gifts for charitable donations.
Our employees know they work for a company that cares and that they’re part of a larger effort that will make a difference in their own communities, and throughout the world.
We have entered into definitive agreements to acquire two companies that will deliver growth and strengthen our company’s competitive position across our portfolio of Food, Facilities and Uniforms businesses.
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