Okay as a temporary solution for most employees.
Pros: benefits, nice hourly pay and also opportunity for commission.
Cons: independently owned, so almost impossible to move up.
Its hard to rate Stanley Steemer as a whole because each franchise is independently owned. I worked in the office with 5 others and we seemed to be safe during the slow season. Stanley Steemer definitely has busy and slow seasons and their hiring reflects that. Many of the crew members were hired in and told they were full-time, but were not given hours. While they didn't fire or lay-off, they made it difficult for employees to stay. (Maybe so there is less unemployment claims) They pay good and benefits are good, so just be careful when your applying. Make sure to set your terms in stone.