How I manage: ‘Respect the job, respect your limitations, and respect those around you’

Aramark’s Roy Kane tries to instil trust in the people he works with and to make sure that talent and hard work are recognised across the board

18th March, 2021
How I manage: ‘Respect the job, respect your limitations, and respect those around you’
Roy Kane: ‘I try to conduct myself in such a way that everyone I work with trusts me and knows what to expect when they are dealing with me.’ Picture: John Allen

In brief

Roy Kane is vice-president of infrastructure and operations at Aramark International. Headquartered in the US, Aramark is an integrated services supplier, employing 4,500 people in Ireland in food services, facilities management, property and environmental divisions. Kane is responsible for IT at Aramark operations in 19 countries. The 46-year-old from Portstewart, Co Derry, began his career at Aramark in 2005 when the company took a stake in Campbell Catering, for...

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