Laborer (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 16, 2016
Inside/Out Improvements is a fast paced work environment that teaches you to adapt to sudden changes. There is no such thing as a typical day. One day you may be knee deep in muck and the next you may be cutting grass at a church. I learned a lot of things informally and while the knowledge is valuable since I do not have
The boss is friendly and direct. He doesn't hover he sends you to work and expects you to complete your assignment.
Coworkers are either there or not there. There are days you fly solo and there are days you work with a team and there are days you have to work with other independents. It changes day to day but the boss keeps people who work well with others and who do good work.
The hardest part of the job is the inconsistent nature of the work. There are times when there isn't any work to be done and there are times when there is so much work it is overwhelming. For example, lawn management is seasonal but if we have a home improvement contract to accomplish as well in the fall when we're doing leaves things can get hectic.
pay is either by the hour or by the job, it depends on the nature of the work.
good work enironment, pay
non-set work hours, can be over whelming, can be under whelming
Graphics Department (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – August 1, 2015
Inside/Out is a great place to work. I would work on tear sheets, editing them on the computer, cut and order fabrics well as order office supplies. My manager was fantastic as well as everyone else there. It was all really enjoyable at work and there was nothing that I did not like about it.
Great peopl and a great environment, works well with your schedule and the pay is great
Director of Operations (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – January 7, 2013
I assisted in the start up of the company and it was a daunting task. I learned a lot, especially because I was doing everything myself. Everything was well managed. Management itself was outstanding. Co-workers were fabulous people and I still keep in touch with a few of them. The hardest part of the job was definitely the start up process. The most enjoyable part was that I was able to get a new company up and running smoothly.