Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 22, 2016
The management is horrible. They treat you like peasants and as hard as we all work they dont show appreciation what so ever. They treat us more like prisoners than employees. Most people has stuck around due to the money and OT they offer but it slowly but surely falling apart.
PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 4, 2015
As I stayed at the company there were many changes that were I felt not good for the company. Co-workers were awesome, I learned quite a bit new did garnishments before that was a challenge, but worth the learning experiences.
Free lunch once a month
the change that was not good. I could not leave not of the department I was in
Employee Relations Specialist (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 27, 2015
I worked at SP for a short period of time as a contractor. I really enjoyed working for my boss and partnering with legal. It was very busy which time go by very fast. It was a little frustrating because I received very little training. You just have to jump right in!
Customer Service Rep/Clerical (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 23, 2015
If you like diversity and working at the airport this is a good job. The managers do have the tenancy to not focus on the job, but giving write ups instead. They can make an easy environment stressful.
benefits, ability to pick up extra shifts, and move into other positions
management is uneducated, no degrees, and often not knowledgeable.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Atl,Ga – July 5, 2015
The job is a great place to work. The customers are challenging at times but its nothing you cant overcome. Work is Work! The most enjoyable part of this job is knowing you can come to work and have fun.
Parking Lot Attendant (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 12, 2015
The job kept me occupied instead of loose time spent around the water cooler. I would rather stay busy with less speaking although I know the meaning of the importance of communication in an articulate manner.
Good employees and supported employment. Training.
The air was full of carbon monoxide from the cars and traffic.
CASHIER -CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 13, 2015
sit in booth and wait for flight to come in and cash out customers , great when busy but take a book to read no cell phone but many of the employees that are there have and are still using them and management do nothing i have seen it when I put an ticket in even seen a employee sleeping booth.. not a great sight for u to see when driving through.
enjoyable loved my co-workers enjoyed dealing with different type of people
Ground Transportation (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 29, 2013
A typical day at Standard Parking required dealing with people and taxi cab drivers and arguments which I had to sometimes to intervene and brake up. I had to deal with large amounts of crowed of people had to communicate with my co-workers by radio. I learned there's a lot of type of personalities and learned to deal with them. The hardest part of my job was when I had to work out in the cold and the most enjoyable part was that I made friends with my co-workers and some cab drivers
Regional Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 6, 2013
For the most part, Standard parking is a good place to work, if you do not mind working odd hours. The work itself is somewhat mundane, however the culture and interaction with coworkers makes up for any downsides of the actual work.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 23, 2012
typical day at work consisted of computing data, setting rates and planning the work schedule for the day. I learned more of how to communicate with others in a more positive way to make the work place run more smoothly. Management was amazing. They cared for their employees like none other. My co-workers came to work everday looking ready to work and everyday more and more function as a team. the hardest part of my job was to set up the desired working locations for each employee. I had to know who worked best at each station. The most enjoyable part of the job was just th amanagement position overall being in charge and when something went wrong taking on full responsibility and learning from my mistakes to make sure it gets corrected next time. That being said I learned how to reduce the number of errors in my work and thought process to prevent any problematic situations