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Medium to fast depends on the urgency and how many work orders you have .The day would fly by

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The maintenance techs are paid better at the competitors.

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Onsite is a family and I loved every one of them. Even though I lead by integrity and during my tenure I stopped pencil whipping and built up a healthy backlog of work orders they are all now exposed yet again by being made to pencilwhipping wotk orders.

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Better communication, Planning, and relation between floor manager and technicians. (Yes, it is a existing issue)

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They seek a teamplayer that will agree to have ZERO ethics. You know, the puppet mentality.

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They only allow cleaning crews onsite at nights. Since the position is listed as "Day Cleaning" it is most likely listed incorrectly and that would come as no surprise due to the incompetent management. You would be better off searching elsewhere for employment and staying as far away from CW Services as you can.

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Management completely clueless and inexperienced. Typical dog eat dog corporate drudge.

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