Supervisor (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – August 18, 2017
This would not be a bad job if they paid more and offered benefits and paid time off and were to keep employee's. My role there I worked anywhere from 50 hours a week to 73 hours aweek was told couldn't have a raise because I had to much over time did not have employee's to cover all area's
Cleaner/Maintenance (Former Employee) – New Jersey – August 15, 2017
Trabajé para esta compañía por los últimos 10 años y creo que Iss tiene un Potencial como empresa con el cual puede lograr alcanzar objetivos inesperados . También capacita a sus trabajadores para un buen desempeño laboral equipando y activando a su personal para lograr mejores avances en la industria del Servicio.para otras grandes compañías
Not a place for advancement always short on supplies equipment always breaking down.
FLOOR TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 10, 2017
Not a good place to work. Poor management no room for advancement. Insurance is to expensive. Company promises better things to come ISS has not lived up to its promises the have a high turnover rate I will not be working there much longer,
ISS charges $100.00 for a badge that doesnt belong to them it belongs to the city of Phoenix.
sadly not a great company, for maintenance ISS is for Janitorial
Building Engineer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 9, 2017
I was in charge of 3 buildings 8 floors each, all the maintenance of those buildings where done only by one maintenance, we where always in skeleton crew because there where no budget for more,management was bad. and the hardest part was when you need it help to clime an 8 plus foot ladders and no help from the other crew members, because the shortness of crew the best part of the job was the continue education we where taking every month and keep on learning and expanding my skills.
continue education online
the management where always telling us that we where easy to replace
Site Manager (Former Employee) – McKinney, TX – August 8, 2017
Its a great company to work for but as a current employee it is very difficult to make any lateral moves . You are made to feel like a non employee and have to go through the interview process all over .. As an employee there should be a benefit for growth .
Manager (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – August 1, 2017
It appears that often information does not trickle down in a timely manner for new process implementation. In several All Hands meetings, I kept hearing how other sites across the United States were using outdated documents. Their SharePoint had many outdated documents and not kept up to date. Did not appear to have a Gatekeeper on their Gateway system. Took 4 months to finally receive some training for processes. I feel a more formal training program should be implemented to increase new hire productivity. Very hard to find contacts for day to day issues or questions from the corporate office.
Most of the training I was involved in were not formatted very well and no documentation on agenda was provided prior to training. It was more of a random conversation instead of a step by step format or process training.
Flexible work schedule for my site at least. My position had minimal weekend projects.
Commute was not too bad for me except traffic hours in the afternoon, many people are placed in positions and not really qualified or trained, on boarding process needs major improvement, pass downs from management or corporate offices needs improvement for such a large company
Lead Cleaner (Former Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – July 27, 2017
I would return to Iss Facility Service .I enjoyed working alone at my own pace at times an also helping out at other buildings as a crew.I also enjoyed working with my supervisor she was fun , cool , an understanding.