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This is one of the most dysfunctional companies I worked for. We as technicians are given no direction and the customers are paying for it in extra wait time and cost. Management does not care and is treating the staff badly. Office staff and techs are working as revolving door. Stay far far away.
I currently pack out customers contents and clean them then return them when the job is done. I have a certificate of Fire and Smoke technician with them.. I love all the people that I work with therefore I look forward to working with them every day
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This company is the most disorganized I have ever worked for. Staff is unhappy. High expectations and no training. They also expect you to get everything done but work no overtime. In a nutshell, do not work there.
No training, unrealistic expectations, bad management, no culture
A typical day at work for me would have been to get there and get my cart. I would clean the lobby, clean the common area (pool, gym, common room, library), then I would proceed to clean all 26 floors plus Penthouse 1 and 2. The most enjoyable part of the job was working alone and taking my breaks when I wanted and also working at my own pace.
meeting the different residents in the building, working alone.
It was a decent short term position. I liked the employees at each location I was contracted to clean. I liked that I was able to work independently for the most part. It did sometimes before overwhelming to complete all daily cleaning and maintenance task thoroughly and properly with in set time periods, especially with the lack of training I recieved that felt rushed and was not supervisored for longer than a few shifts to make sure I was able to complete all tasks with no oversight. The only other negative aspect was that the locations were often not stoked, so I would have to make sure of the cleaning products I had for sometimes more than a few shifts. Overall, I did like the company and my time there. I appreciated the opportunity to work there temporarily.
Set tasks daily, able to work at your own pace, able to work independantly
Work Load with little managerial direction or team work support
A decent company to work for. High volume work loads and tight deadlines. Pleasant colleagues and casual/friendly atmosphere. Reasonable pay/benefits/perks
Systems/procedures in place are faulty and high performance is challenging to achieve.
Decent place to work, pay is lower than most companies in the industry, the on call is brutal some days, other days are slow, the company will give you your regular 8 hours every day regardless of how busy or not busy. Not really room for advancement unless you are 100% perfect in all aspects of your job which is next to impossible as their communication and expectations are constantly changing. If you don't brown nose expect to be given the worst jobs constantly, other than that its okay
owner buys everyone fairly expensive gifts around christmas time
long hours, low pay, stressful job in general, lots of hazards with no hazard pay
I like Service Master. One of the better employers I have worked for. I was working in a cleanup crew, which was really interactive. it involved living away from home.
Training if you want it
Cleaning ups after fires or floods. Cleaning bathrooms and floor. Vacuuming rugs. Dusting and washing of ceilings, floors, walls and stairs. Wiping down furniture and things. You need to pull your weight and be able to work in these types of areas and under different types of conditions. Working in many different types of places as well. Most important you need to be able to work alone or in twos at times and in groups at different times.
Give you everything you need for the job.
Can be a very dirty job.
It's a survived job, good relationship with co-worker, but the salary and benefit it's not good. You have to be responsibility of your space and be active and with energy.
2 dollars to get picked up and 2 more to get dropped off every shift. Not picked up or dropped off at my house I had to take the bus to the meeting place. 5 dollars to get a new pay stub e-mailed to me because the person who is the H.R. department sent it to the wrong email. The supervisers text or talk on there cell phones to friends and family even if they are support to be sharing the work load.
Late hours and you often don't know what time you will finish.