I've work for Questmark for 9 months and it's one of the most Irresponsible company. Since day one it's been very poor on management they have a bunch of people running the office that don't have a clue what they are doing. For as big as this corporation is they are very stupid. They are racist. And try to screw over there employees the people that actually make the office there money! This is for the office in Arligton in Texas so is the office in Houston! Nothing but complains of the workers and waiting for any little chance for another company to hire. I am very un happy with this company I also try calling corporation and never got my call answer or did they not call me back on voice mails now I see why this company is all jack up! It starts from very top! I would never come back to this company they have lost many good team player. There lost
Foreman (Former Employee) – Stow, OH – October 23, 2014
Never was a day typical every week could bring me to a new city and a new job. I loved that aspect until I became a father, after that the downfall became never being home. The crews I had working for me were always hard working hands who had knowledge of the job.
Grinder Operator and On-Call Acting Foreman (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – June 14, 2012
Questmark is a concrete finishing company, day to day operations are essentially (from a labor standpoint) grinding, sealing, and polishing concrete floors in the buildings and warehouses of contracted customers. The hardest part of the job is the lack of down time between jobs and the lack of concern for employee safety when it comes to equipment maintenance and drug policy enforcement. The pay was great due to extreme overtime, extensive time in the field (a singe job usually ran 3-6wks working 7 days a week 10-18hrs a day), unfortunately the week or so promised between jobs usually turned into a day or two before being sent back out into the field. This isn't a job for a man with close ties to his family basically.
great pay, long hours.
poor equipment maintenance, insufficient down time, zero enforcement of drug policies.
Working directly for Operations while in a safety role can be a bit of a conflict. I helped operations, sales, and crews as needed/instructed. I visited multiple job sites for safety inspections throughout my time here.