It started out fine,then gradually became very nice with the raises,vacation pays,sick days with pay,etc. then overnight it was taken all away! When calling in for supplies needed,it somtimes took two weeks to get them,and then I would have to go to another location to pick them up instead of them being taken to my location.
Gave raises, vacation pay, sick days paid, then took them all away.
General Cleaner (Current Employee) – Madison, OH, Perry, Ohio, Mentor on the Lake – July 10, 2017
the Hardest part of the job is waiting for supplies to be delivered been waiting a full month for a box of bath room tissue and 2 boxes of large trash bags to be delivered and misc spray cleaning supplies
Day Porter (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 3, 2017
I liked my job but its time to move on to bigger and better things I'm looking to better myself and looking forward to seeing better day I clean bathrooms the workers their were nice to me I loved my job and the hours were from 7am to 3.30pm over all I liked the job I did my job well
I was a good worker
there are no words it was a good job just looking forward to a better day and job
cleaner (Former Employee) – Springfield, OH – May 11, 2017
The offer flexible hours with little advancement. Its a good part time job to earn extra money. The buildings were easy to learn, must pay attention to detail. There is minimal supervision with this position. The bring all supplies to make the job functional.
Nepotism at its finest. Do place much faith in this job not company...job
Night Team Lead (Former Employee) – Whitestown, IN – April 27, 2017
I liked it at first as I was promised a supervisor position. Yet as things progressed I grew to be jaded by the way employees were treated and lied to by management. I saw my best employees fired and left due to the underhanded practices of this these "managers".
Easy work, laid back, great coworkers
Horrible management, illusions of advancement, racism
Assistant Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – April 25, 2017
It came down to me just having to work too much for what I was being paid. I was salaried. That was the problem. Only made about $70.00 more a paycheck than the hourly workers under me. They worked 40 and were out. I was there 7 days a week. I was working from home. I was constantly on the road without any compensation. My first month there I worked 23 days without a day off. If I would have been getting overtime the job would have been great. The managers above me were helpful and knowledgeable. If you want a non-management full-time job this is a great place. Would have loved this job when I was 20. 4 days on 3 off. Decent pay. But don't go for management. When I calculated it out I was only making about $6.00 an hour because I was salaried. That and some of the childish drama from the workers made me walk away from this company.
Great full-time for non-management. 3 day weekends. Decent pay.
Stay out of management. Or negotiate better than I did.
Every day would be a different experience. Loading and unloading the work vans. Travelling all over Columbus to prepare, extract, wax, and clean all types of flooring. Working with multiple clients and employees. I learned that two people who trust their knowledge can do just about anything. Also, that quality can be perfect if you plan every moment with calculated precision. I learned more about floors and chemistry than any previous employment. Primarily, it was a two person crew. sometimes we would spit up and do twice the work with separate locations and teams. I really enjoyed all of the work. the hardest part of the job was the amount of constant physical labor and long hours. Walking into a location that was nearly destroyed and walking out with it completely clean and sparkling is a very satisfying feeling. that was how I felt nearly every morning.
Custodian (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 15, 2017
Very independent work. My supervisor wouldn't visit my site very often and because of it I would never get the tools I needed. Other than that the work was easy enough for the type of work they wanted. I always got 40hrs a week.
General Cleaner (Former Employee) – Fairfield, OH – February 13, 2017
Horrible managment. Never saw my supervisors. Supervisors wouldn't bring me supplies. I worked hours 5pm to 9pm after a year I started leaving early because I would get my job done early. I got fired for that. Supervisors constantly changed and didn't even know it.