Palet Picker (Current Employee), West Columbia, SC – March 4, 2014
Pros: lots of breaks
Cons: long hours short pay
A typical day at work is long 12 hours. I do my Job duties which is handling trash and putting pallets on trucks. The management is not all that great and They dont really care if you leave or fire you. My co workers for the most part I enjoy working with because I get along with all of them. The only enjoyable part of the job is that I get to take – more... as many breaks that i want when i finish my work. – less
District Manager (Former Employee), Greenville – November 13, 2013
Pros: not many they dont care about people only the almighty dollar
Cons: very poor upper management....
I was in upper management with this company, I would avoid at all costs, They run a cut throat business and will do anything for the almighty dollar. They lost tons of good managers by running rough shod over them, treating them like children and I am talking mangers that never had an issue with their contacts only issue these managers had is with the – more... VP and CEO..I learned a lot but only due to the fact I had a great District Manager whom they ran off also... Again avoid at all costs.. – less
Supervisor (Former Employee), Midway, GA – August 28, 2013
Pros: nice pay and good hours
Cons: long comute to work
I started my day by checking all areas of the warehouse. Then I assigned all areas to employees that needed to be worked. then I checked on them and went behind them to make sure it was right. I learned that taking on a bigger role in a company is a great learning experience. My co-workers were a great crew, and got the job done. The hardest part was – more... making sure everyone was taking care of. The most part I enjoyed about the job was the environment. – less
Janitoral (Former Employee), Russell Springs, KY – April 30, 2013
Pros: friendly work
Good times at work. Learned how to keep floors clean and spotless. Management was good. Co-workers were fun. Hardest part of the job was when shift change of night shift. Most enjoyable part was lunch time or when you get time to talk.
Utility (Former Employee), Tupelo, MS – April 17, 2013
An employee typically got to do what ever they wanted, I did learn a lot about cleaning in a workplace, supervisors didnt really keep great watch over the employees, the hardest part about the job was the work was hard for the pay. Supervisors were hard to find and talk to, even by phone.
I found IH Services to be like getting a new Smart Phone
Manager (Current Employee), Greenville, Spartanburg and surrounding areas – February 6, 2013
Pros: advancement, started hourly now salary!
All of us can relate to getting a new phone/smart phone. The first few days are the toughest. The more time, thought and effort we put in to listening and learning the more we tend to like our new phones. When I first started with IH Services I was young thought I new it all. I almost lost my job standing in a dumpster thinking I was doing right by – more... stomping on boxes to make room for more boxes. Little did I know at the time I was in a confined space and could have been seriously injured or killed. Moments like that I thank God for. For opening my eyes and making me realize I have much to learn. There is no free lunch these days. A job is like a bank you have to put money in to take money out. I learned that the hard way. The more thought, effort & listening I did at IH Services the more I got out. After 7+ Years working at IH Services I am not swimming in a tilt cart full of coins. I have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience that no one can take from me. IH Services has been and will be a great employer. No they are not perfect but who is. Thanks IH Services for all you have done for me and my Family. – less