Johns Hopkins University's switch to a new food provider seems to have improved dining halls but hurt working conditions, employees told the Newsletter. Weeks after the switch, many employees still lack health coverage, and some say they have not been paid. "I have credit card debt that's all hospital bills," one worker told the Newsletter. "I have to go to the hospital, but I can't because I have no insurance." Health coverage will not return until Aramark, the new provider, finalizes contracts. Negotiations seem unlikely to end anytime soon.