Custodian (Former Employee) – muskegon mi Marquette elementary – March 18, 2018
Was given work shirts that smelt like armpits Watched employees wreck equipment and blame New employees They hire people off the streets with no experience to be "lead" people and are usually very lazy and write down more work for second shift Building I cleaned should've had four cleaners I had 26 rooms to clean in 8 hours.
managers were pretty friendly for the most part
never knew where i stood as far as worth in company
Environmental Services (Former Employee) – Michigan – February 9, 2018
Management was terrible!! Didn't train. Throw you under the bus and expect you to know what to do. Very judgement and unprofessional. No RAISE the 2years I worked there. very stressful. Work is definitely not realistic for the pay you get. Worse job I have ever had. Poor leadership and they don't care about your well being. I don't recommend this job to ANYONE!!!!!!
Janitor (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – February 7, 2018
You don't get no raise....they paid your vacation when it's time . but u can't take vacation ..they don't fire people all they do is transfer to different places till you get tired and quit so you can't get unemployment
Assistant lead (Former Employee) – Denso – January 17, 2018
Job was ok, overnights and that sucked. But the only way to have a title was to work the off shift . The associates I worked with were ok. But, it was boring after the third day and hardly any chance of advancement.
Associates for the company we worked at were disrespectful
Custodian (Former Employee) – Coldwater, MI – January 11, 2018
I thought the job was pretty good and the people I worked with were pretty nice. No one seem to care for the past supervisor because she seemed to favore one from the other and acted like all she cared about were her bonuses. From what I heard, there is a new supervisor.
Another down side was we never got shared bonuses like we were promised. The healthcare was too much.
Cleaning Technician (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – December 30, 2017
it was a learning experience a work in progress. some days very demanding , other days with ease. I learned to pay extra attention to detail, managers were always willing to connect. The hardest part of the job was no time off. what I liked about job was , working independently . I was basically my own boss
Janitorial (Former Employee) – Muskegon, MI – December 26, 2017
They are the most horrible company to work for. Management is terrible the way they treat you, they push their job on to you, you get wrote up for stupid stuff while other people get favored for it. The owner has so much money it's sickening. You will NEVER get a raise. You are forced to do your 8 hours plus anyone else's who decides to be a slacker for what ever reason that day all in your 8 hours, you are not aloud to go over on the time clock, breaks are way to short.. I could keep going on and on.....
Recycler / Hilo operator (Current Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – December 22, 2017
I am currently an employee at Enviro-Clean. I operate a Hilo at a warehouse and manufacturing environment. My responsibility is to empty cardboard recycle bins and trash bins, sort pallets and load them into trailers, switch out recycle totes and load full totes into a trailer. I also use a baler to process cardboard and a compactor for trash.
The job is a mix bag of pros and cons. On one hand I do enjoy the fact that I don't have to deal with management constantly breathing down my neck micromanaging me half to death. I am in complete control of work flow and how the job gets done. Stress is really not much of an issue even though my job is fast paced in nature. There is not much in company politics. Though I speak from working alone for the most part. Bottom line the job will keep me moving without a doubt. However being in control of what goes on with the job and the solitary nature of my job makes it well suited for someone that is burned out on in job politics and has little tolerance of being constantly micro managed by the stereotypical boss.
The cons though of my job reside in the management and weak benefits. The pay is a little below average for a Hilo position but not by an excessive margin. 12 per hour is my pay. I could make a little more since the average pay of a Hilo driver is 12.80 per hour. The health insurance is very weak. I pay 76 dollars out of my paycheck every two weeks and I'm saddled with a 3000 dollar annual deductible. I really need better health coverage since the weak coverage is a burden on my finances. The management though good tend tomore... be slow to respond to issues and sparatic in maintaining company policies. It's really no fault of their own. Management often finds itself having to cover for vacant job positions due to a chronically consistent high turn over rate.
I would recommend this job for somebody just starting out in the work force or someone like me that had been out of the loop for awhile and in need to get the foot back in the door. I do not intend to work this job as a life long career. It's not suited for that. It's best to hold a job like this as a stepping stone to somthing better.less
Automimy, complete control of work flow, not being micromanaged
Slightly below average pay for hilo operator, weak health coverage, overworked managment
Custodian (Current Employee) – Michigan – December 6, 2017
I would never suggest anyone to work for this company.. Management sucks.. They keep moving you from school to school. What this company needs to do is treat their employees with respect and give raises.
Janitorial Worker (Current Employee) – Jackson, MI – November 28, 2017
I start my day off sweeping to get it out of the way because it takes the longest. Then I do trash. After that I sweep up the piles of dirt and clean the bathrooms (washing down the mirror, sink and toilets). After that I take my break. Coming back from break I vacuum all carpets. Then I do my mopping and put liners in trash cans. After that I set the alarm, punch out and then take care of my garbage bags from that day and head home.
It is a difficult job to have if you're on second shift and are a single parent with kids in elementary school. Being away from them all of the time is hard. The pay is the best thing about this job. I enjoy the environment as well. Everyone has a pretty positive attitude for the most part.
My manager is one of the best. She tries her hardest and pulls through with just about anything you may need or need done.
I've learned that I can get so many things done if I just set my mind to it. Also it's not absolutely necessary to do everything by myself.
I can get my kids to daycare, descent pay, full time, consistent hours
Can't pay all of my bills, taking all of my time away from my kids, no room for advancement
Cleaner/Janitor (Former Employee) – Holland, MI – November 27, 2017
Enviro clean was really relaxed and easy to work for. I was very liked in the building i was in and often got thank you notes and gifts for the great job i did. When the company was thinking about moving me, the building faught to keep me there due to the good work i did.
Janitor (Current Employee) – Holland, MI – November 10, 2017
You have to be fast paced job has to be completed. Within what they have budget for each building. You can not go over your time. Unless you are approved from your area management. I have noticed 1 lady in particular gets special treatment. Gets mad if you ask to work weekends.
Very nice environment positive people to work with
Don't have any negative comments about enviro clean
Cleaning Crew (Former Employee) – Muskegon, MI – November 2, 2017
Expected to work yourself to the bone for terrible pay. Don't d0 this job if you need any time off during the school year as you won't be given it. And When you ask expect to be given an ear full to make you feel bad. Not a good place to work for anyone with a family. Do this as a last resort.
General Laborer (Current Employee) – Walker, MI – October 30, 2017
I have worked for this company for 3 months. Communication is impossible with my supervisor.She talks around in circles and it never gets any where. If you complain about anything they harass you til you quit and ignore the complaint all together. They force you to work weekends at schools you don't work at and give you no guidance as to where anything is at. I got no training and then was repeatedly yelled at for not doing my job. Cleaning supplies are slim to find and women's sanitary bags aren't allowed to be changed unless ripped or extremely used. The benefits they give you cost half your paycheck and aren't worth it.