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.
Franchise Owner (Former Employee) – Bogart, GA – November 16, 2017
This job is a good opportunity to work independently and to grow your own business if that is your desire. What I learned after I got the business was free lance businesses can under price your bids anytime because they do not have the overhead cost of a franchisee. Then the biggest shock was the lack of corporate support.
Meeting different people and the freedom it affords you.
They will work you to the bone. The product (your service) is the only thing worth standing by. The "faith based" motto is as superficial as you can imagine. Values don't mean anything unless its actually part of regular business practices.
Water Technician (Former Employee) – Lincoln City, OR – October 20, 2017
Broke my body for two years working for this company. Doctors notes ignored, worked hard as manager talksd on phone all day, turned out I was his scape goat. Fellow employees lie to get a leg up, too. Very high school drama like. Only raise I got was when I found out a temp made more than me, and the raise didn't even come close to what he was being paid.
Lead floater cleaner (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – October 18, 2017
Just absolutely disgusted!!!ran around did everything did 5 to 6 buildings in a night when only suppose to be at one check was always off had to.keep track of every minute .just not happy how things turned out in the end .And the worst is the manager had no clue of what she was doing at all sge was a warehouse worker !!
If you covered for management you might get paid extra hours
floor-maintenence-janitorial (Former Employee) – Minot, ND and Crosby, ND – October 9, 2017
On a typical day I would go in at 5pm or 6 and work till midnight or 1 am. Hours depended on what buildings I did. I learned that I could be improvisational and resourceful. Most of the time I worked alone and talked very little with management, I liked what I did. The hardest part of the job was working with old vacuum cleaners and getting them fixed in a timely fashion. The most enjoyable part was working by myself and being my own boss.
Not micromanaged, could sometimes go in when I wanted
no benefits, long hours, and poor equipment, no gas pay
See I chose this job which I know would be the last on some people's mind to even apply for. First off its easy it's something you do everyday. I can't really express how much I love making sure someone is in a clean an safe environment .The cleaner the happier!
Helped people and businesses in fire, water and cleaning crisises.
Director of Marketing & Education (Current Employee) – DFW, TX – September 29, 2017
This is a job where you helped people recover from various disasters. It was mostly related to insurance work. But, I was also involved with insurance education and training. Over the past 3 1/2 years much of my time was working with those affected with hoarding disorder and frequently speaking on the subject. The majority of these people were seniors.
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Lima, OH – September 24, 2017
I loved this job. The only drawback is my position required me to be on call 24/7. As a young adult this posed a problem with dating and having a family. Now that I'm married and our child is grown and in the Navy it wouldn't bother me one bit because you get paid double time if you get called out (at least 13 years ago you did) not sure if that privilege is still there.
Cleaner/Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Christiansburg, VA – September 20, 2017
I loved the job in itself and it taught me how to manage time sufficiently on my own and loved working alone and the hours. They did however mess my pay up pretty badly and that is the main cause of me quitting the job.
They are lairs and the boss that u work for if u don't say what he wants or let him control u they will fire u the manager is a slow person that doesn't care look for a better place this one is a nite mare the boss wants u to bow to them and do everything they want