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  1. David Smith II says:

    On Monday 8-21-17, I reported to work for my first day at Aramark Refreshments with my Zone Manager Gary Johnson and worked a full day. That same morning I got a voice mail from the VP of Sales for Aramark Refreshments a gentlemen by the name of John welcoming to the company and offering well wishes on my career with ARS. My Zone manager also gave me my employee number 1992906 on that day as well as my training schedule. We discussed things like the structured work day, Swim Lanes, The GM agenda,and also reviewed the welcome to Aramark Refreshments module.

    The following day 8-22-17, I return to work at 8:00 AM. At 1:00 PM on that day my Zone manager Mr. Johnson told me that he was about to leave the market and return home and that he was not sure why he didn’t have any of the forms that I needed to start such as W2, or I9 forms and that it would be best for me to go back home until he heard back for the HR manager. Upon return home I got a call from my Zone manager informing me that there was an issue with my MVR and that I would be receiving a letter in the mail explaining what steps I need to take to dispute the MVR.

    As of today I have yet to receive any such letter. I proactively reached out to Truescreen and was told how to excess my background report and file a statement regarding my previously suspended license for failure to pay a fee. I submitted the statement and have yet to hear back from any on from ARS regarding when I would be allowed to return to work. This level of uncertainty as my family and me on edge as I am in great need of a job. I fully understand that the suspended license was my fault and I take complete ownership of it and it will never happen again.

    I am will join the company in probationary status and provide ARS with a copy of MVR quarterly to provide that I am a safe driver. I currently do not have any points in both my state driving record or on my insurance company’s driving report. All I am asking for is the opportunity to return to work and show ARS what a true asset that I can be to the company and win new business for ARS. Thanks for your help with this matter in advance and I look forward to your reply.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Dave Smith, II
    Sales Resource
    Sent from my iPhone please excuse any typos

    Please note the job require me to only drive myself using my own vehicle

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