INFIELD SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Huntington Woods, MI – April 27, 2016
In my experience, CRDN has very dedicated and hard working employees that do not receive proper recognition for their work. The managers are not knowledgeable on how to deal with people or issues. Managers use their personal relationships to make decisions instead of finding a logical business conclusion. CRND does not follow through on their promises to employees in the timely manner that was set.
As an employee I was promoted to a supervisor for all of the drivers. Later to be demoted for no reason but still expected to resume my duties as a supervisor. CRDN only cares about CRND and not its employees.
They force employees to be on call for 48 hours without compensation in any way.
Flexible work hours. Friendly working environment. Extra hours when busy.
Health coverage. Few hours. Bad managers. No set off time.
Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Palm Beach to Martin County – November 6, 2013
Inperative to have the compassion and empathy for the homeowners who just lost their home and personal items within the home. For textiles, we offered to restore them. It was most touching to be there when the homeowner was elderly. I always assured them that they were going to be fine and would always try to offer my help even when it was not my job to do so. I looked at them as if they were my parents.
Meeting homeowners as a first responder.
Always meeting under disaster circumstances, i.e. fire, mold, flood
customer service representative (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 8, 2013
Here at CRDN and Physicians Wear one of the best things about working here was being on the road and just not having management around all the time which is no big deal I just like working alone sometimes if need to. I learned alot about insurance and how it works in the water and smoke damage part of CRDN. The insurance companies paid for the majority of the damages. At Physicians Wear I loved meeting new people.
Accounts receivables and collections (Current Employee) – Sandy, OR – April 19, 2012
The work load keeps you busy so the days go by quickly. I have learned a lot about the home insurance industry. I have had experience with the automotive insurance industry so I thought I knew a little about the ins and outs but I find that it is very different in the housing industry. My co-workers range from different backgrounds. They have taught me a lot about their life styles.
Program Management Department (Former Employee) – Berkley, MI – March 26, 2014
Worked there for 10 years...constant stress, no release, no "real" HR assistance. Never knew what to expect from one day to the next. Ended up having panic attacks and being hospitalized for depression. Shortly afterward was fired for "taking too much time off". Terrible company - do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.
Constant stress, no raises, no recognition, no encouragement
Customer Service/Ride Operator (Former Employee) – Concord, CA – August 24, 2012
I began as a sophomore and ended as a senior in high school at this job, which proves its reliability. Fun people to work with, very family oriented and you know that they care about each of their workers' well being.