Custodian (Former Employee) – Goodrich, MI – February 8, 2018
The job it’s self isn’t a bad job at all. I actually really enjoyed it, but the supervisor was the complete worst. Always lying and complaining about things that didn’t get done but never attempted to help out. if she got fired and they got somebody new in there i would gladly return. In the month and a half i worked there they’ve lost 7 people including myself due to the supervisor thinking she’s somebody special and treating her employees like garbage.
Head Custodian (Current Employee) – Lake Orion, MI – December 24, 2017
I currently am a Lead custodian at Lake Orion schools. It is a great company to work for. With good work ethic and a positive attitude your hard work does not go unnoticed. Your coworkers are always willing to lend a helping hand when needed. As long as you are willing to complete any task at hand there is room for advancement in the company.
Great coworkers, health insurance, weekends off, overtime, decent wages, good work environment.
Management tends to be a little relaxed on communication but it is getting better
Custodian (Former Employee) – Southgate, MI – November 15, 2017
I would never advise anyone to work for this cheap company. Workers are treated very bad and are paid horribly. The principle at one of the elementry school sites is known to constantly yell at the custodians and berate them. There were numerous occasions when this was reported. Upper management doesn't care about their custodians overall safety or general well being. If you don't mind being worked like a dog, recieving screwed up pay checks, or treated like you were scum, then just go right ahead and apply. You'll most certainly regret it.
Lead Custodian (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – June 8, 2017
Employees are treated very bad. They hide problems from the customers. Theft is a HUGE problem. Never discipline problem employees. Moved employees arrested for smoking pot (on school grounds) from a high school to an elementary school.
Custodian/Maintenance (Former Employee) – Sault Sainte Marie, MI – May 27, 2017
Long hours and always moving you without asking if you want to be moved to another location. Also the company will throw you under the bus and not back you up or even tal to you about what happened they only care about them selves. Also there is no room for advancement or any pay raise I was there a Lil under a year and never seen a raise.
Custodian Worker (Former Employee) – Clio, MI – April 9, 2017
Worked for DM Burr , wasn't a bad company until I learned that you don't get trained just thrown in , they also have no room for advancement, exspect you to do other employees jobs , even when they aren't , I was transfers to another place of employment I wasn't asked if it worked for me walked in and was told , they are also good for gossips can't trust other employees , I quit to much drama for a place of employment
Always get your hours
no room for advancement, get transfers without being asked or if it works for you
Lots of hours, lots of driving, somewhere different every day/week
Corporate Floater (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – March 24, 2017
As a floater, you get sent a different place every day or every week. $11 an hour isn't enough to compensate for the work that you do. No benefits except for the 40 hours of unpaid pro-rated personal time. Floaters are not considered full-time, even though we work 45 hours a week minimum (not including drive time- which you are paid for). Drive time is a plus, you do get a lot of overtime as a floater, but the hours aren't worth it.