Design Consultant (Former Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – September 10, 2017
Unfortunately it wasn't supported very well in this area. However the company as a whole does a great job. The only advertising that was done in the area did not represent the product well and people thought they could get products not offered in the area.
Warehouse Manager at Re-Bath (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – July 23, 2017
Responsibilities included offloading trucks with forklifts, organizing job site materials, keeping track of shipment and job records and minimal maintenance of warehouse machinery and product. Position was straightforward and easy to manage. Delivery truck would bring 2-6 pallets with various bathroom parts daily. Associate would have to offload the pallets with a forklift and either break down or saw through the wood crates holding them in place. He would then organize all the product needed for one job site and will place them in order stalls for installers to take in the morning. Hardest part of the job was dealing with pallets and disposing of the mass amounts of wood in the heat. Best part was the overall relaxed environment and the intermittent downtime between shipments.
Sales Representative, Shower Transformations (Former Employee) – New Castle, DE – May 9, 2012
Working for Re-Bath typically involved running 1-2 appointments per day that would involve you driving to a a potential customer's house and presenting the benefits of the Re-Bath system over conventional remodeling or competitor companies. The hardest part of the job was justifying price to people who were not conditioned for what a remodel typically costs. The most enjoyable part of the job was driving to appointments and the free time you would have between jobs.