Manager (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – August 31, 2017
Liked doing the job. Satisfaction was having customers reaction when job was done. Hard and heavy work. Also summertime was bad only cause when hot outside and workibg with heat sweat a lot. Very physical days.
crew chief assistant (Former Employee) – Warwick, RI – August 22, 2017
Be serious for big money lots of favoritism to best salesman and sometimes to the unworthy. Just being real, but overall still a good job just to get your bills paid. If you complain a lot then the cons will be a long list for you. Its bi-weekly on commission pay so good luck
To be able to clean House Carpet/Furniture/Car when Needed
Help Crew Chiefs (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – August 22, 2017
The Job at Stanley Steemer included many different things. First by making sure the truck had enough product for the day. Helping the Crew Chief with whatever he needed by Moving, Blocking, or Tabbing Furniture. Scotchguarding, Deoderizing Carpet. To sell Products. This was some of the things I did at Stanley Steemer.
Bring a truck to my house and clean my carpet, upholstry, and car
Customer service and sales (Current Employee) – germann and 202 – August 20, 2017
I take incoming calls from new and existing customers wanting to get there carpets steemed cleaned. If they are new customers I advise them of the other services first, then I either give a quote, modify, or place orders.
I just wish the pay was a little more per hour. The managers and co-workers are alot of fun to be around. I don't find any part of the job hard. The owners have made the computer systems very employee and customer friendly to use.
Crew Chief (Current Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – August 15, 2017
clock in at 715am clock out when you're told to gain valuable communication skills and knowledge about floors such as carpet, tile, wood etc. like any workplace you like some people and others you don't. just work hardest part of the job is not knowing when you will be home. the most enjoyable part of the job is the people you meet and some places you get to work at.
Carpet Cleaner (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – August 15, 2017
The Fort Wayne branch has it's routine down pretty pat. If your not physically fit (I'm not) Iwouldn't recamend it. This job is DEMANDING. Hours and Pay vary wildly depending on weather, sales and other consideration. One day you could be off or on call, and the next working 10+ hours. My main gripe with the company over all was their method of scheduling. You never new if you had to work from day to day until they posted the next days schedule at the end of the day. This made planning anything nearly impossible, unless you started requesting days off, then management would cut your hours severly because "You don't seem to want work" or some stuff like that.
Carpet Cleaner (Current Employee) – Port Orange, FL – August 14, 2017
Horrible place and people to work for. Pay is under minimum at most times with hours worked. No set schedule or set hours. 6 days a week mandatory. No overtime pay. You have to pay for everything you use.
Great place to work for young, single individuals.
Lead Water Restoration Technician (Current Employee) – Dunbar, WV – August 11, 2017
Lots of overtime and and long days. Not worried about paying overtime at all. I feel the job in water restoration is more compatible with people that are more interested in work than home life. While sometimes there are slow periods, most of the time its 12-14hr days, and maybe 2 days off in a month period.