This was a great place to work. If you enjoy a high stress and fast moving position with many unpredictable challenges then I would recommend working for this company. There is opportunity to grow here and you can request for training. This company encourages growth and training for it's employees, but it is a very demanding and often stressful job. The bulk of your customers will have just gone through difficult situations and your job is to help, but you can only assist within the scope of their elected insurance policy. You must become very skilled at deescalating your clients. Conflict resolution is an absolute necessity.
Information Technology Specialist (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – February 10, 2018
While I was hired on to maintain the computer systems and office network after a couple of weeks i was being sent on jobs to do cleaning. mold blood the mess of the deceased sewage, cleaning these are in your future at servicemaster
External Organization Effectiveness Consultant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 6, 2018
I worked as an external consultant for ServiceMaster dealing with hospital mergers. The work was demanding and challenging. Every day brought new challenges. ServiceMaster sold off their management services division to Aramark which eventually ended my affiliation.
Management is constantly on your back, never satisfied.
Professional Cleaner (Current Employee) – Bellmawr, NJ – February 4, 2018
Management are always coming into the location, not to help but to cause problems. Hollering and ignorant never giving any praise for a job well done. Did provide Bonuses of cash on a monthly basis. The additional money does not compensate for the abuse that is giving on a daily basis. With no benefits and low pay people come in and out constantly calling out especially after an abusive review. DO NOT APPRECIATE PEOPLE THAT COME TO WORK EVERYDAY AND WORK IN A PROFFESSIONAL MANNER!!!
Great group of people to work with, but understaffed and poor management.
IT Administrator lll (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – February 2, 2018
The teams and people are great, however the companies direction changes and the information is not shared with the employees. The benefits are alright, but things could always be better for a company this size.
A typical work day is signing in on the telephone and begin to take calls. I learned lots about sales. How to close a sale more importantly. The management does a great job in making sure they she keeps the center in the proper atmosphere and the work culture is awesome, very diverse. The hardest part of the job is selling when its the "slower" part of the year and the most enjoyable part is the interaction between myself and the customer and myself and my co-workers.