Roofer (Current Employee) – Rocky Hill, CT – May 27, 2017
I like working with some of the people I work with. The have great benefit. But they do not pay good I'm a very hard worker and I believe when you have a person who will work hard you should pay that person accordingly. Over all I love what I do but I need more money my family is growing and so is the economy I looking for a better job. Either in the same field or something in side ready to work any time . Thank u
Roofer (Current Employee) – Rocky Hill, CT – June 20, 2017
Great Company to work for. They create a team atmosphere always trying to be better than yesterday. The management is always trying to help the new hires feel part of the team. CentiMark is one of the largest commercial and industrial roofing contractors in North America. The company provides roof installation, inspection, repair, and emergency leak service.
Roofer/Laborer (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – May 15, 2017
Shout it from the rooftops, CentiMark is one of the largest commercial and industrial roofing contractors in North America. The company provides roof installation, inspection, repair, and emergency leak service.
Manager (Current Employee) – California – April 26, 2017
Good pay, good benefits, no doubt. As part of the management team I find any positive feed back or words designed to give a manager a sense the company values them to be shallow and insincere. This company is a cauldron of back biting, bragadocious gloating by the upper click, severe criticism at every turn. Chaos, upheaval, massive turnover. Very nice office, excellent company vehicles. A few senior salesman with clout seem to be out to perpetuate this culture, and senior corporate leadership, ex salesman, are happy to dance to the toon. No job security, fear, very damaging to self confidence of you allow yourself to be poisoned. Some very great people do work here though, taking turns seeing them crucified when it's their turn is rough. Brace yourself, save money for a rainy day. I have seen them fire people with their replacement in the room, no warning. What's that tell you.
Never know how many nights you're going to be away from your family . Could be a week could be two weeks and they never know until you're already there .. Hard to get a raise . Underpay their foreman. Lack of communication causes confusion and creates a hostile relationship between crews and upper management .
Decent starting wage, free lunch sometimes
70 hours one week and then 10 the next . Office doesn't relay info to laborers in timely fashion .
A roller coaster ride every day. Good Wages and Benefits.
Service Manager (Former Employee) – California – January 25, 2017
What a Zoo. Take every negative aspect of working in a corporate environment and you have Centimark. Being just a number, cronyism, threats or crushing criticism at every meeting or conference call, and there are a lot of them. Ethical standards vague. Constant chaos and upheaval. Leadership seems to thrive on this. Good pay and benefits, while you have them. Massive turnover, last year I was there I saw half the people go, one way or another, mostly sudden firing. That is just in the office of one division, which employs 10. Yikes. Sales staff run the place, which is fine, except for the fact they do not have the time or the experience to do it even vaguely well. Been in this game thirty years, the worst I have ever seen, by a country mile. If you can take the heat, give it a try.
very well maintainted put in days of hard work and it was a great abstomophere
Roofer/Laborer (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – January 6, 2017
This was a great place to work benefits income and all but you spend more time away from your family but if your into being gone weeks out of the time with no say so on how long your away then this is the best company for you that was the only problem but for the CEO, Supervisors, and the most important was the Safety Department they ( WIL NOT ) place you in any form of unsafe environment with out all adequate safety materials they have the best safety and attitude for the employees as long as your following all the guidelines you sign up to follow....
great income, benifits, and the Safety Program is Topps Guess that's why their Number 1 in the world
Service Director (Former Employee) – Garner, NC – November 7, 2016
This employer is not an employee friendly company, they have great benefits and pay well but you are just a number that figures into there balance sheet in what you can provide. They are a revenue driven company period. Yes, the idea of any company is to make money but when you have no time for family and continually stressed and worried what error you might make that will get you fired on a daily basis...well...its just not worth any amount of money in my book.
Downfall, Upper management, or in this case the (group director) lacks the inability to communicate without yelling or cursing at lower management. High stress and the feeling of loosing your job daily, this is from the top to the bottom.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Hebron, KY – March 17, 2016
Interviewed and was told third shift work mostly and that I would be given a notice on out of town work. Both were lies I only worked first shift and got a one day notice for out of town two days after I started. Seemed like it didn't matter if to u were able or not. Not very friendly Atmosphere. Bunch of pist off people.
Horrible management that manages from Oregon, Missouri and Kentucky
Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – February 19, 2016
These people are a bunch of glorified used car salesman that want to beat their chest about how long they worked for company and all the bonuses they have picked up but they place is a zoo. They manage CA from other states fly in and fire people abd replace them with retreads from other roofing companies going under locally. Their estimators are clueless and they think their EPDM is so great that they put it on roofs that now leak andbthey won't cover their warranties. I worked for these schmucks and would NEVER buy a roof from them....HORRIBLE!!
Management lacks etiquette and modern leadership training
Roof Technician (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 22, 2015
co-workers were great, management was very reliable, the hardest part of my job was going out of town for a long period of time away from my wife and kids. the best part was working with my partner who was my uncle .
TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Canonsburg, PA – August 27, 2015
The management was not concerned with assisting with anything that would help increase productrivity. There were constant callenges of authority among the foremen and management. Promisses were seldom kept. Obsurd request were made of staff to perform(sometimes illegally). Lies were a common occurance to cover up poor performance or to divert blame.
Company vehicle (but had to pay for it's use).
Unhealthy environment both spiritually and physically.
It was a good company to work for, but greed is working its way into corporate. They are expecting a high volume of sales with limited commissions. The commissions are not tied to sales, but to how projects come in. If an operations manager, foreman, or crew have anything against the sales rep. they can intentionally sink a job to where the job comes in profitable for the company, but below the threshold for it to pay commission. Several projects I have not been paid on even though I spent years (in some cases) closing the deal.
This is typical company wide. Outside of sales positions everyone else seams to be taken care of.