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hard work every day
Office Helper/Cleaner (Former Employee), Arlington, MAOctober 29, 2014
the boss was cool, and so were the employees, but the second you got to work you grabbed your tools and were out the door. You never knew how long your day was going to be-it depended on how many houses you had to clean that day and how long they each took. It could range from 10 hours a day, to 2 hours a day. very hard work, tired at the end of the – more... day all the time, overall not satisfied. – less
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Meaning less job with bad pay
HOUSE CLEANER (Former Employee), Nottingham, MDAugust 11, 2014
Pros: hourly pay that was decent, flexible work schedule
Cons: tiring job
Any cleaning job is meaningless and usually involves bad pay however, this was the best one I've worked for (even though I've only worked at two). They worked with my schedule as best as they could when I found another job at Auto Barn. Eventually, working two full time jobs interfered with this cleaning job and I decided to resign. They were a family – more... oriented place and great people to work for. Also, compared to my second cleaning job, the houses I would clean tipped much better and were smaller houses. – less
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Hardworking Day
Service Professional (Former Employee), Katy, TXJuly 17, 2014
A typical day at work, would be looking at the schedule to see which client I could serve first. I learned that polishing and sanitizing homes, isn't your typical way of cleaning. The steps and process I learned was really fun, and exciting. The hardest part of my job was driving from one side of town to another. Houston traffic isn't for the "light-headed''. – more... The best part was being able to see how good of a job Ive done. My coworkers always kept me laughing, even if the day wasn't always bright. – less
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Productive and fun, flexible hours and great supervisors.
House Cleaner (Current Employee), Moreno Valley, CAJune 4, 2014
Pros: flexible hours, good pay, awesome management.
Cons: driving your vehicle may cause wear and tear.
Flexible hours that allow me to have time in the day to take care of my life, i.e. doctors appts, social life, etc. It requires you to drive to the customer's home, but mileage is compensated and clean for a few hours. I learned many aspects of providing excellent customer service, discipline, and a hard working attitude. The management is excellent – more... and very understanding of your needs, both employees and customers. My co-workers have always been pleasant to be around. The hardest part of the job is the actual labor, but not too difficult. The most enjoyable part of the job is the fast pace, and every home is different so it allows for new challenges, no boring routines. The flexible hours are wonderful as well! – less
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Cleaning Houses
House Cleaner (Former Employee), Newport News, VAMay 23, 2014
The coworkers were great and management was friendly. I live cleaning but some of the customers were unfriendly.
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MaidPro is a great place to work
Maid/Housekeeping Cleaner (Current Employee), Orland Park, ILMarch 22, 2014
Pros: flexibly hours, tips, products and supplies provided
Cons: driving, uniform
I started at MaidPro last summer and I am there seasonally. I really like the people that I work with and the managers are very friendly and understanding. It is a tough job but we are a cleaning service and requires a lot of physical activity.
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relationships with the clients
Lead Trainer (Current Employee), St. Louis, MOMarch 16, 2014
Pros: clients
Cons: pay
residential cleaning daily, interaction with the clients, customer service
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A productive place to work
Service Provider (Former Employee), Long Island City, NYDecember 7, 2013
A nice place to work that has the workers best interest in place
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It was decent...
Maid (Former Employee), Florence, KYNovember 29, 2013
I don't really know what to say about MaidPro...

The managers were so rude and disconnected, it was literally like they were only there to get a check and leave.

My co-workers were OK..really a bunch of misguided females to be honest.
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Tight knit company with a great culture
Corporate employee (Current Employee), Boston, MANovember 20, 2013
The company has a great work/life balance. Everyone is very friendly. Some perks include a gym with personal trainer, wellness program, and adventure trips.
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Fun place and fun people!
Service Provider (Former Employee), Maple Grove, MNNovember 4, 2013
Pros: great people to work with.
Cons: houses can be gross.
I miss working here the girls were fun and the bosses were fun as well. Sometimes you do not always have the best time cleaning certain houses, but the pay is pretty good and it's a fun job.
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Boring, very lonely work days
Maid/Housekeeping Cleaner (Former Employee), Chesapeake, VASeptember 17, 2013
Maidpro was great. The benefits and pay was also really great. Working in peoples homes were not so good. Being that everyone does not know how to at least maintain a little cleanliness. While working there is no one to talk to nor could you listen to music while cleaning an occupied home, only if you were cleaning a move-out.
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Very interesting job and enjoyed doing it.
Maid (Former Employee), Merrillville, INSeptember 15, 2013
A typical day at work insist of doing light house work. At this job I learned how to clean properly. I really enjoyed my work, I got a chance to work with fun and outgoing people.
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Productive, fun workplace
Maid (Former Employee), Decatur, AlAugust 23, 2013
great place to work if you are looking for part time.
go to the office, get work orders, and start the day
usually get off work around 2pm
great office staff
they will work around your schedule
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Fast paced harder work.
Service Provider (Former Employee), Florence, KYAugust 16, 2013
Pros: it was a challenge sometimes you got to leave early.
Cons: very hard work. no benefits. back breaking, bending carrying all that equipment all dayup and down usually 2 or 3 flights of stairs.
The customers were great and I enjoyed the job. Management made sure we all were well stocked and if we left anything behind they would replace it no matter where we were. Your coworkers would help in any way they could, if you fall behind schedule they would pick up the pace and scrub away to help complete tasks on time. Very hard work. No benefits
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PRODUCTIVE AND FUN WORKING PLACE WITH NEW AND OLD CUSTOMERS
house cleaner (Former Employee), KSAugust 9, 2013
Get to work always make sure the area in organized before customers start their morning. Making sure coffee was hot and ready to go.
I learned how to fix a situation with an angry customer.
My co-workers loved the way I would leave the area for them before my shift was over.
The hardest part of this job would be when I would have more than 4 customers – more... waiting in line ready to be checked out.
the thing I enjoyed the most was the end of the day knowing I had accomplished everything the right way. – less
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Great environment with very interesting people, fast-paced with a "work hard, play hard" mentality
Account Representative (Current Employee), Boston, MAAugust 7, 2013
Pros: great people, great team, free lunch, ping pong table, casual dress code
Cons: short breaks, vague advancement opportunities
- MaidPro was my first experience working for a company that was service based. I was hired as New Account Representative. I would take incoming calls and make outgoing calls to assist new leads and potential leads with their house cleaning service estimate.

- I learned how to educate clients, how to determine value, build value and push sales with – more... the client via telephone. I also fine tuned my ability to build rapport over the phone and work along side hundreds of franchisee owners across the country.

- The management was great and the whole company was about team work. Everyone learned how to help each and work together. I loved all the people I worked with and everyone got along very well.

- The hardest part about this job was being on the phone for 8 hours a day.

- The most enjoyable part about this job was being able to talk to thousands of people around the world and learn about different cultures and learning how to adapt to new situations quickly. – less
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Good cleaning service without benefits
Service Provider (Current Employee), Dublin, CAJuly 29, 2013
Pros: tips....free breakfast last friday of the month.
Cons: no benefits
A typical day is cleaning 2 or 3 houses a day.....I learned that it is not the best paying job for what the Maids do. Management is ok but you have to be careful of cliques. My Co-workers are great to work with...just don't gossip. The hardest part of the job is commuting house to house and city to city. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting – more... a tip after you have worked really hard. – less
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Dishonest UnOrganized, Rude, UnProfessional Management, Minimum Wage Slavery
Crew ( Cleaner) (Former Employee), Tampa FLJune 5, 2013
Pros: easy to get the job, trainer was nice ;)
Cons: minimum wage, horrible for your health ( terrible chemicals), poor lazy management, rude management, all they care about is money, lies about hours
Today was my first and last day with this horrible company. The interview went great. They sat me down and let me watch videos about what I would be doing. Well let me say, the videos were nothing like the real thing. They did not have gloves that were appropriate. They were cheap and they busted over and over. Secondly, they did not have appropriate – more... shoe covers ( like they promised in the orientation video) and they have the nerve to make you were light colored pants with white shoes. LIES. Well as my morning started I was placed with a very nice trainer but when we got to the site of the appointment, the girls in the office could not even get the order signed and verified before they wasted our time going out there. I waited for about 2 hours in a hot car and was not even paid for it. I was so mad! Then when the man had to drive a whole hour away to sign the contract, it was all down hill from there. His house was so Horrible. They make you clean human feces, dog feces and cat feces. It was one of the worst experiences of my life. In the interview the girl said I would be off by about three daily. My trainer told me that was a complete lie. They can call you any time before 4pm and assign you a job. That is so annoying and you can not refuse it or you will be fired. All the people in the office just sit and joke and work everyone else like slaves. I was highly annoyed to hear I would be paid minimum wage and they co0uld do whatever they wanted with my hours. The manager had the audacity to ask me " do you always walk off jobs"? That is not a job that is pure slavery. HORRIBLE. All they care about is their money. My health was at risk. Exposed to feces from cats, dogs and humans. If I could post pictures I would have. They should be a shame of themselves for sending people to do those kinds of jobs. NEVER AGAIN! I am happy that BRIDGE IS BURNED. After I quit I was so mentally displaced I just started walking. The head manager had the never to tell the lady I rode with to not let me use the phone in the house. They are a horrible franchise in Tampa FL. Luckily I had my own phone. They are rude, unprofessional, lazy managers. Maid Pro - Tampa FL- STAY AWAY IF YOU HAVE ANY SELF RESPECT OR DIGNITY!!! – less
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Terrible management
Cleaner (Former Employee), Gaylord, MiMay 10, 2013
Pros: not being stuck in an office all day
Cons: no pay for mileage and time, tips left on checks were never recieved
Management very dishonest, very hard to plan anything when you never know if you work. Would drive all the way to the office just to be told I didn't have a clean that day.