Supervisor (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – October 28, 2017
The first 15 people that arrive are guaranteed to work so there fore rushing was a must. And the sitting area is bad we had to sit on the ground for chairs or sit in your car some people don't have cars.
Self Employed (Former Employee) – Springville, IN – June 2, 2017
I loved it, I worked when I wanted to . I was my own boss, mechanic, salesman, and laborer. I made a lot of money in a short period of time. I still miss the convenience of being able to be on vacation at a moments notice.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – April 30, 2017
Great place to meet new people around campus and benefit the community as well! Made lots of new friends and meet professors and faculty all around campus while picking up recycling. Shifts do not always last full time, so do not make as much as hours suggest, and can work in very hot and humid conditions since you are outside.
customer service (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – July 18, 2016
Managers and co-workers have commented on high levels of accuracy and work productivity. Takes pride in work and strives to improve work performance. All memos, reports, forms and correspondence are completed on time with no errors.
secure good working place without advancement opportunities
Scalehouse Attendant/ Load Coordinator (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 25, 2015
good coworkers and relatively easy tasks to perform. you meet different people everyday but do perform same tasks every day which is helps to learn and be good at what you do and in the same time there are little opportunities for advancement
Sanitation Engineer, Hustler Sanitary (Former Employee) – Urbana, IL – November 20, 2015
it was a good job i started out doing landscaping did for a while and then they offered me a job doing recycling it was great during the summer time then they offered me another job doing some sanitary work each job paid more money that was great but it was a lot of hard work and long hours.
job security fair money always a lot of overtime
you were always getting a lot of fiberglass on you
Rework Technician/Bulk Bay Loader (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – October 23, 2015
Although this was a "dirty" job , it was also perfect for me because it gave me the opportunity to work alone in a secluded area of the warehouse. If you are a self starter who needs very little supervision then this may be for you. basically you're just dumping out of date product into a can or plastic bottle crusher , bailing them and shipping them off to be sold.
minimum supervision, works alone
working outside under a canopy, swarms of bees in the summer
I normally come into work get right to my job the managers are great its a great franchise to be apart of the most difficult part of the job was learning how to work the bailer machine now that I have it its no part of my job that I find hard anymore
Worked on a coveyer belt, also worked with the compacter, generall cleaning
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – March 31, 2015
* I'll get out of school , then head to work * It benefited me because of school * Work 4- 10hrs days * Worked on the conveyer belt Sorting * Also worked with the compacter- bailing cardboard boxes * General cleaning
4- 10hrs days, Help me out wen I was going to school
It was always drity, Had to use an air hose to get all the dust off
Assembler/Recycling (Former Employee) – Huntington, WV – June 30, 2014
Once I learned the job, I worked with very little supervision. I learned a lot about all aspects of assembly of windows. Management was great and willing to reward good performance. My co-workers were helpful and worked well together. The hardest part of the job was finding out they were going out of business. The most enjoyable part was being trusted to do my job.