overall good job with opportunity for networking. start early with list of inspection clients. Co workers were great. Hardest part of job is the weather and traffic. Best part were the people I serviced. Most were very Courteous. Was able to refine my knowledge of vehicle assembly process relating to fit, finish and operation.
Inspector (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 19, 2016
Horrible company to work with. On boarding is all your responsibility and don't expect any clear directions. Takes forever to be reimbursed money you've put into the company and good luck getting a hold of someone if you want any real help or respect. Poor salary and mileage reimbursement. Going on two weeks now that this company has not sent my last check and they have not paid me my last expense check either. So sign up if you're willing to be royaly ripped.
Schedule leasing clients inspections, verifications and cancelled appointment. Dispatch all calls for claims and new accounts Hardest part of the job was to reschedule leases for clients who where in states, that were badly snowed in. Easiest part just setting them up with the initial appointment
Off lease inspector (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – January 8, 2013
you give them an inch,they will take you a mile.Meening they make you drive all over the place and do not compensate nearly enough for wear and tear.Only pay .34 cents a mile,so you have to claim the other .26 cents a mile on your taxes.pain in the but.job not that hard but all the paper and computer work that has to be done on top of it makes it not worth it.
I worked 7:30 - 4:30 in a cubicle. I learned how to multitask and cater to big banks. The management team was pretty good. My co-workers were great. Hardest part of my job was answering 100+ emails a day. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with my ex boss.
The pay could have been better for the work load, however management was usually great. The overall spirit of the company was good until mergers started to take place. Most often change comes with difficult decisions.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Chicago,il – March 26, 2013
I have been with SGS since Nov. 2003. Yes times have changed But the people remain the same. I became friends with allot of the office staff and fellow inspectors. There are days when it is bad and there is days when I like getting off work early and spend it with my family. Just like every company, you can get pressured, stressed out. But working together makes all that disappear. I am satisfied with where I'm at, I plan to retire from this company and or stay as long as they want and need me to. Question for all? What would you rather do have the whole countryside as your office or be locked up in a building some where. And I don't think there is anyone out there that does not like to travel. I travel for them as much as I can. It bought me closer to my family then it ever was. Thank you. I tell all the people I train. This is not rocket science, this job is easy to get but harder to keep. What's wrong with that?
time with family, not locked into a office, offer of traveling to places i could not be able to go.