Never judge a book by its cover
Field Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 11, 2014
Wake up at 4:30 am drive from my home in Anaheim Hills, CA to the office in Irvine, CA. Pick up supplies from the office and drive the company car to Los Angeles, CA. I would oversee 15 buildings throughout the Los Angeles area. Most of my accounts were in West Los Angeles and I would manage between 40 to 50 employees.
I would drop off supplies, train employees, hire/terminate employees, speak to the customers, sale services, create/update schedules, etc..
I would return to the office around 6:00 pm to do all my paper work that I needed to fax to corporate in San Diego, CA.
I would go home between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm. I would take phone calls from customers and employees 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.
I learned that to much training is never enough.
The hardest part of my job was not being able to see my family since I spent most of my time at work.
Company puts entry level employees first before customers and management.
From little to no support from management and HR, working between 60 to 110 hours a week with no benefits or incentives.