Employee (Current Employee) – GA – February 9, 2018
Days can be stressful. Very fast-paced, competitive environment. Micro-managed at times and then other times, lack of leadership or direction. Benefits have drastically changed over the years, as far as insurance.
Security Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 2, 2018
I was an intern at Rollins through a Corporate Partnership Program called Year Up. I worked there to gain experience working with a real business. I can say that Rollins job culture is great. Friendly people really help a work environment. They all are very driven to deliver their services.
The reason I left Compensation/benefits blank is I wasn't begin pain through Rollins I was being paid by Year Up
Employee (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 1, 2018
Early in my career at Rollins, the environment was toxic. IT Employees were treated very poorly, and often it felt as if we were very vulnerable to attacks from every other department. Employees often left as a result of the constant treat of termination if something (anything) went wrong. Some employee started to exploit that mood to undermined fellow co-workers to get them fired to advance their agendas. Once some new management was brought in things smoothed out, and the IT agenda was championed differently and more affectively.
Wildlife Biologist (Current Employee) – Florida – January 25, 2018
I enjoy making a ton of money based on commissions, but the work gets tedious. There are certain situations that challenge your mind, but I get quite bored throughout the day. It’s awesome that I don’t have anyone micromanaging me, and I work whatever hours I want, take-home truck and iPhone, but the uniform shirts suck.
Pest Control Technician (Current Employee) – Oregon – December 29, 2017
I have read many reviews. Here is my take. Pay is what you make it. We are not salary. We get paid by the work we do, plus our base pay. I was told a new tech starts out making around 55k. I crushed that with 75k. You are given a route preset when you get hired. After the first couple of months you have the ability to move stops to make them more convenient your and your customers. multiple way to increase your pay, production, product sale or new account. New accounts make your riute bigger also. Bottom line.....you get what you put I to it. Managers are over weld and unrestrained. They use the tallest pigmy method instead of the person that has the skills. Then the dead lines placed on the managers are unrealistic. Having management experience in my background, this is the largest area Rollins has to work on. Bottom line, if you want a job that pays well and you are a hard worker. This is it. If you are lazy and want to coast by.....This is not for you. Your training as a new hire is long. It is worth it. About 2-3 months. So you will be tight for that training period. Adter that, you will make money. The training is live. So you are interacting with other student and trainers on a broadcast. Pay attention and learn everything. This is what will make you a great tech or average tech.....Or an unemployed tech. Hope this helps you in The future.
Application Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 12, 2017
While i was working there i enjoyed my coworkers and my boss was usually pretty awesome. the biggest problem with the company is the culture and mentality. upper management has no idea what direction to take the company. they rely on outdated and antiquated policies that are losing the company thousands if not millions. they don't listen to ideas that would help the company grow and flourish. i was really excited to work for this company while i was a contractor, but as soon as they hired me on as a full time employee things changed for the worse. if you want a decent paying job that will stress you out all the time and you never want to advance in a career this is the place for you to work.
when they force you to work through your lunch break they do provide lunch
Customer Care Representative ii (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 6, 2017
There is no better place to work in Atlanta. I love it and will never leave unless someone offers me a 50% raise .
I learn something new every day.
Management is easy to talk to.
The workplace is professional but fun.
The hardest part of the job is the demand that multiple customers can put on you.
The best part of the job is they surprise us with breakfast and sometimes lunch for just doing our jobs well. Payroll is always correct. We can buy stocks in the company with a single easy visit to the website and also can change our 401k with holdings with ease.
Pest Control Technician (Former Employee) – Harrisonburg, VA – August 30, 2017
I wouldnt reccomend to anyone to work for Rollins..They lie to you about your pay and just keep over loading you with calls into the night time..I would leave home at 6;30 am and would not get home until 8 or 8;30 at night..the Branch manager just didnt care about you..
lie to you about pay.Expecting you to stay out until 8 or 8;30 at night
Accounts Receivable Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 27, 2017
Rollins is a solid and stable, debt free company. There is not much room for advancement and there is much need for in-depth process improvements and up to date systems, ERP and CRM systems, and work culture developments.
There is a strict 1950's dress code. The work atmosphere is relaxed, however.
The pay is above average which makes the culture worthwhile.
Not a bad company to work for. Long hiring process and training. Underpaid
Pest Control Technician (Former Employee) – Naples, FL – August 27, 2017
Not a bad company to work for. Lied to about pay, work etc Told me I was going to be making a certain amount/more than I was requesting and didn't even get what I was requesting. Very long hours for not enough pay.
Inbound Sales Account Representative (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – August 9, 2017
A typical day consisted of logging in and being prepared to sale each customer the service for their home. I learned several sales techniques and ways to build rapport from customers of all walks of life. It was a call center environment where we were micromanaged daily so self discipline was necessary. The hardest job would be being your own worst critique on what you could've done better when you did not get a sale. I enjoyed the interaction with the variation of customers I encountered.