Fleet Maintenance Manager (Former Employee), Vero Beach, FL – July 27, 2014
this job was a long time ago. pay was ok. people wer ok.this job was a long time ago. pay was ok. people wer ok.this job was a long time ago. pay was ok. people wer ok.this job was a long time ago. pay was ok. people wer ok.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Shreveport, LA – July 21, 2014
I've learned that there in another world out there when you are dealing with trash and recycle services. The worst part of my job is trying to commit to a customer that they will be serviced on a specific day and the trash truck drivers do not take care of their work properly. That can make u a little unhappy. The most enjoyable part of my job is my – more... supervisor. I love her. She is an amazing person. She is a very positive person that keep a positive vibe and with that my job becomes lighter and lighter everyday. – less
Driver Class B Driver License (Former Employee), Henrico, VA – July 15, 2014
Pros: off on holidays and weekends + vacations and personal time off
Cons: no one in management cares
Typical day starts at 4:30 am and get off by 4:30 or later. I learned how to manage time problems and customer service issues. My co-workers were o.k., but some were never seen, as you worked mainly with one person or by yourself.
Residential Driver (Former Employee), Daytona Beach, FL – July 8, 2014
Had busy and long days until I finished my route, learned the importance of customer service, management wasn't too organized. co-workers were great, Picking up the heavy trash in the sun with a long route ahead of you. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting the route done.
Maintenance Clerk (Former Employee), Corpus Christi, TX – July 3, 2014
I would input vehicle condition reports and repair orders. I then would work on receiving invoices. I would prep invoices and turn into accounts payable clerk. I would issue out purchase orders. I would answer phones. Dispatch mechanic on road calls. Inventory of parts/tires & fuel. Run reports for the week. Would also run reports for end of month close.
Responsible for daily operations and sales support. Maintaining all reporting for routes and customer based and house inventories. Instrumental in maintaining auditing requirements. Responsible for maintaining databases and executing contract proposal, renewal, review, and execution. Responsible for all new staff including, posting of positions, interviews, – more... orientation and on board staffing. Responsible for maintaining all personnel, Department of Transportation, safety and accident files. – less
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee), Park City, UT – June 16, 2014
Pros: employee discount on containers
Cons: little to no appreciation for employees
Order, receive, stock parts for technicians diagnose and forecast repairs for controller and maintenance manager. learned a lot of trouble shooting skills and problem solving on numerous amounts of equipment. direct contact employees are great to work with upper management have a hard time with being realistic in there goal are under qualified and under – more... trained to do there jobs efficiently. hardest part of this job is doing the right thing with all of the restrictions that corp. puts on the units inside of the area very hard to find qualified personal with low entry pay. get to have some paid training as a technician – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Melrose Park, IL – June 3, 2014
Pros: friendly employees
Cons: see review! way too many to list
One of the most horrible places I've ever worked at! Everyone blames each other for mistakes. The drivers (who get paid a TON of money) pretty much do whatever they want - which means not at all what they are supposed to do and they take no responsibility for their mistakes. The customers are treated horribly, are ripped off, and get terrible service. – more... Management plays favorites, let's people who can not even do their job stay employed, do not follow the rules, and come and go as they please. The people who do bust their humps do not get paid more (there are NEVER raises for anyone), they are only expected to take on more responsibility. To make matters worse there are rules that are not in the employee handbook, but employees are expected to "assume". The worst part is that management says negative things about employees who try to move to a different position (whether it be to move up or just out of the department.)! – less