Dispatcher/Event Coordinator (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – July 16, 2017
Arrive at 5 am in the morning and by 5:45 am it starts getting busy until 8:30 am. around 9am you touch base with your boss. About a 20 minute coversation. Basically the game plan.. Being a day labor service you work with a variety of different cultures. It is a very fast paced, detail and multi tasking job. Anything can change at anytime and you have to be able to handle it. The best part is when it quite and you can focus on your work.
The company and workers was a great environment at times but the quality of professionalism was under the standard I was lead to believe. Customer relationships and worker dedication was one of the main reason I stood on. Even thought false promises were given and bonus were never delivered I stood on due to the positive attitudes and understandings I had for my workers. "Willing to discuss in person"
Stocker (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – May 29, 2017
Eccentric place i have worked for good coworkers. Various jobs i done indoor place to work deal with various people and cultures excited that o had the opportunity to work for a good company which i enjoyed
Stocker (Former Employee) – Pensacola, FL – May 10, 2017
typical work day is very long I can strongly agree with that. I have learned a lot about customer service working thee. management is very strict about everything. the most enjoyable part about working here is you meet thousands of people daily.
The job for pacesetters was great, it was nice to work in the warehouse the employees showed me my position and how I would be doing it, and they were very patient with me when I would mess up and we were allowed to listen to music while we were working
pizza for lunch, my shift was 2p.m to 10p.m.
it would be very hot in the warehouse, and the floor would be slippery because of the pizza grease
Laborer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 4, 2017
While Pacesetters provides average service for the companies it holds contracts with, there is many issues with the way the staff treats the workers. Firstly most staff members are disrespectful, and utilize no common courtesy. There is no room for advancing to a better position because there are no other positions. Most jobs pay minimum wage, and there is no way to choose a better paying job. It is a random procedure of whoever comes up to the window the fastest when they call over the intercom to come forward. The building smells, people are literally living in the hall, and almost every "worker" is under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. Do not recommend unless you are in a dire situation and need money the same day.
Temp Worker for Walmart (Former Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – April 21, 2017
Working as a temp at Walmart, I came across rude superiors if they felt like you were not going your job good enough. If I didn't hear my name being called on the intercom, I got fussed at. Real employees of Walmart gave attitude because they felt like we were taking their jobs. There were some superiors who took their time with you and that were nice.
lunch breaks, two 15-minute breaks
Dealing with the attitudes of employees and superiors
Laborer (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 12, 2017
You can never say you're doing the same thing everyday. There really isn't a "typical" day. One day I am cleaning job sites while another I could be doing carpentry work, which I liked. I have been afforded the opportunity to learn new trades and gain new experiences that can help me in work and in life. Being a laborer I have been given the potential to learn trades, and to gain new interest and abilities in the work place. As for workplace culture, it changed daily because the employees changed daily. That was probably the hardest part of the job as well. It's hard to understand how to read the supervisory staff when it is not consistent. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to visualize the product of my labor. I love using tools and working with my hands. To be able to look at a garage door or window I had installed and seeing that it looked amazing was a gratifying feeling.
Work is never boring, I can learn something new every day
No benefits, low salary, no guarantee of work or schedule 1
Store Associate (Former Employee) – Georgia – March 7, 2017
the leads like to power trip , ... a belt would be nice to hold up pants ( I've seen more crack then the projects in the 80s ) & they should probably do a mental Health screening test on workers Like most employers do , (they don't do it so it explains who let the weirdos in )
Unfortunately messed up by Little people in imaginarily high places power tripping
The senior recruiters are very rude and not professional at all. They don't pay good and sometimes will send you to the wrong address for a job site. I will never work here again and I definitely don't recommend anyone to work for this location.