Cleaner (Current Employee) – Urbana, OH – January 23, 2016
I have mostly worked part-time for SS and it isn't glamorous or high paying, but if you understand the concept of what clean should be and you are willing to put in the time it is a decent job. Especially in jobs like these your supervisor makes all the difference if you can enjoy your work or not. Do a decent job and it usually pretty low stress and can keep your client happy which should keep your supervisor happy. Pay is better than minimum wage, but don't expect a raise unless you are willing to move up into middle management or many years with good reviews. Nice second job or supplement to retirement. Full-time positions can be more physical then many people think and should not be taken lightly or it will wear you out. If you don't know what clean is or don't like to clean, it isn't the job for you.
Breaks, paid holidays for full-time, benefits for full-time
paid very well big company if you would do good on performance you would get raises and also monthly bounces.Slightly hire pay for a normally minimum wage job. Automatic raise if you come back the next summer. You will end up working at least some summer holidays in this position. Management can make or break your experiences. Coworkers can be cliquey. Advice to Management Should allow employees a more consistent environment in which to work. The constant changes have a huge effect even on the best employees. Some changes are good, however, revamping the entire feel of a club built into a housing community is very ill advised.
I have worked for this company one year as a account manager. The area manager quit and we didn't find out until 3 months later, no communication with anyone from the main office, we had two different people from the company try to change our account hours, pay and when the area manager comes in, she acts like she is to good to clean, running her fake finger nails along everything, always negative. We was never trained on anything new, we was giving parts to a broke scrubber and we had to guess how the parts fit and work. No benefits, nothing for the employees for Holidays, this is to big of a business to treat the employees like they don't matter. Best thing to do is not working for them.
Area Manager (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – August 8, 2016
No room for advancement they will bring someone else in for you to train them to be your boss' they expect you to drive your personal vehicle and don't reimburse you for the wear and tear on your vehicle all that will be given is a gas card if someone in upper management doesn't like you you will never advance in this company raises are not given often it's like pulling teeth to get benefits which dont go into effect for 6 months but you will still be charged every pay overall this company sucks and practices racism
supervisor (Former Employee) – Troy, OH – September 12, 2016
my manager was the worst manager ever!!!!!! never seen her and when I did she would come and make us feel bad and act like we weren't doing a good job. always short staffed, never got anything I needed. they lost the contract and did not tell us until 2 day befor our contract was done. I would never recommend this company.
I enjoyed my time at Scioto.can't really say much negative.Like any company ups and downs will come.but more good than bad.I think I should have been promoted from within and It didn't happen for me.I am a lil quick to jump the gun also.I think overall It's okay from a Cleveland stand point.
janitorial (Former Employee) – mansfield ohio – March 2, 2015
this is not a good company to work for they do not treat you with respect or communicate well with employees i was wrongfully terminated (even the state of ohio agreed) did not get one pay raise in the six years i worked for them no benefits would definately NEVER work for them again
got a paycheck thats bout it
no communication, no raises, dont treat employees well
Janitorial (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 29, 2014
It would be a laid back day slow day,I really didnt learn anything from there but I did meet a couple of of new friends.Management did they job they was suppose to do..I had got along with all my co workers,the hardest pat of that job is knowing that I will get done with my work earlier than what we expected.The most part that I enjoyed about that is we could leave and go out to eat for lunch....
Janitorial Worker (Former Employee) – Midland, MI – November 5, 2015
A typical day at work would consist of cleaning bathrooms, kitchens, conference rooms, entry ways, stairs, windows, offices, dusting ETC
well i was at scioto for 2 and a half yrs i learned about saftey and job importance and communicating with managers and emlpoyers.
the Co-workers i worked with was okay but most were not very nice and made it horrablie to work with as a professional.
The hardest part of the job was high dusting and having to have a backpack with cords going around corners and getting stuck. my bosses i went through for the 2 and a half years was not a team lead or employer boss material. very high expections and wanting things done but done safely even though it never felt as if they cared for us workers who do the work.
the most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people and getting to know the community. i had alot of complemets from the customers and they would always tell me they enjoyed my company.
meeting new peolpe, learning new things.
short breaks, no room for advancement, poor pay, vaction days were short, was treated like i am not an important person to the company, never was heard theres more ETC
Janitor (Former Employee) – Summit Portage – September 4, 2015
Manager did not give me supplies when asked when he did I never received all of them, cheap vaccums. Both banks had a vacuum with one wheel from previous worker, cheap supplies that left streaks and ruined wood was blamed for and told would get fired, bank employees are rotten to the core, made you wait an hour and a half in your car after closing none of them could have called my manager to say come later, had the cops called on me for waiting to clean the bank, no uniform, had to buy my own supplies and bring my own vaccum, miles put on your car. bad weather driving cleaned four banks Mantua Kent Stow and Hudson chase banks
General Cleaner (Former Employee) – Midland, MI – November 30, 2015
This job was horrible. I did cleaning in the plant part and I was never home. I worked so much i pretty much lived in the plant. They are the least paying company for what they do and its not worth the money to work for them. It took them two months to pay me and my boss had to pay for my gas to get back and forth to work or else i couldn't have gone to work. This is a horrible place to work.
Cleaner/Janitor (Current Employee) – Marysville, OH – June 9, 2015
Typical day at work, is everyday. Same stuff to clean every day, same time.. i honestly did not learn anything. I already knew how to clean, but instead, we get told to clean things that are unimaginable. co-workers you hardly see. In a building by yourself cleaning. Hardest part, is the detail cleaning. Enjoyable part, is the way it does work around my schedule. The management is messed up, they only keep people worth keeping. I do not think we get paid enough here.
meeting for free pizza. 7 days off in a year after 90 days.