construction clean up (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – June 19, 2017
I can go there before work and have a smile on my face the whole day. They send you to places you want to go. They work with you when your frustrated and most of all they always have a smile and you can never tell if there we're down or not.
I really enjoy working for Alliance. The management team is helpful and friendly. The hardest part of the job is the most beneficial part of the job--and that is learning to do new things and expanding upon new knowledge. If you are a hard worker and dedicated to making yourself successful at a job, this is the place for you! The most enjoyable part of the job is the technology. Alliance is extremely advanced compared to other companies when it comes to their implementation of technology.
Former employee (Former Employee) – Streamwood, IL – February 1, 2017
This company is alive by miracle. Whoever is doing the hiring for management must not really have high expectations. Very ghetto. Absolutely atrocious staff. No training and cant even get payroll done correctly. Have a bunch of idiots working there!
Management that doesnt manage anything, payroll needs to do a better job
Associate (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – November 13, 2016
Soon as I started working for alliance they would mess up your paycheck all the time and hope you would not notice it.
Try to get the error corrected that takes three weeks of fighting with them from you and the contract company talking to them as well.
The contract company I worked for was good to its contract employees holiday pay and even pto alliance did not like to give it to you I work for them for a total of two years and within that time I had 12 separate issues with my paycheck or trying to use my pto.
I also learned right before I left the contract company gave a 1.50 raise to all contract employees a year before and alliance never gave me that raise.
In short shady company would never work for them again and would not recommend anyone else to work for them.
Risk and Safety Manager (Current Employee) – Clearwater, FL – October 25, 2016
I plan my day or week. I look over all my claim and determine what needs to be done for each. respond to call and emails in a timely fashion . Or drive to work sites and evaluate risks document them and try to resolve any issues. Walk the work site and communicate with the workers about the importance in wearing there PPE. In case of an injury I do a site evaluation and make sure that our injured worker gets the proper medical attention meanwhile trying to save the company money without neglecting the injured workers care. I evaluate the loss runs and see where we can improve. I also work on making sure that Light Duty is provided for injured employees along with a return to work plan is in place. If a Claim becomes litigated I prepare the adjusters and our legal counsel with all the proper documents to prepare for settlement or trial. I was also on call to provide assistance to injured workers or onsite managers on what to do per injury.
The day is always different and I get to help people.
General Labor (Former Employee) – Streamwood, IL – October 10, 2016
They teach you everything you need on the first day pretty much. Everything has to stay clean and regulated since it's working in a food factory. Things could get hectic on inspection days. Great place to start your employment since it's 6 days a week work, Had fun with my coworkers but management would get confusing since there were a lot of blue and green hats who oversaw you from different companies. Very cold.
General Laborer (Current Employee) – Streamwood, IL – July 6, 2016
I come to work and check in with my supervisor. Then I go to my work station ,which is packing salad in boxes. Next I take my 30 minute break. After that I work for another four hours then take my 45 minute break. Finally I work my last two hours then my shift is over.