The company that recently lost its food service contract with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology expects most of the affected employees will be hired by its successor. In a notice to the state, Aramark Educational Services LLC says it will close operations at the institute on June 1.
Aramark says it expects to terminate the 126 employees that work at Rose-Hulman as a result of the closure. All employees have been notified of the closure, but the company says "it is our understanding that most, if not all, of these employees will be hired by the successor company."
The majority of the employees being let go are Food Service Workers. Aramark says Rose-Hulman decided not to retain the company’s services.