its good opportunity if your looking for a right now job, but to make a career out of its definally not the place. You don't have full benefits and the pay its not good they only start you off with 7.50 an hour the only thing good about the job is that you get weekends and holidays off. It is kinda of hard work the most thing that I don't like a about the job is that you don't know when your going to get off work.
Part time office support (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 26, 2017
The job requirements require some computer skills but mostly getting supplies ready for the real workers for the next day. There are times between laundry loads when there is little to do. Inventory refilling cleaning supplies & also cleaning area fill some of that time
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 23, 2017
The days consisted of a lot of hard work. I learned a great amount of leadership skills. I managed a set of 3-4 employees at a time. The workplace culture was very versatile. The hardest, but most rewarding, part of the job was dealing with the plethora of personalities.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – August 15, 2017
This is a small company with 6 branches, that care about their customers and the service they are receiving. They follow up with a customer after a cleaning to see if the customer was satisfied. If the customer was not satisfied, they will do several different thing to insure satisfaction of their customer.
Maid (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – August 8, 2017
Very rude and unorganized sorry workers as well as the managers I would not recommend this job to a friend.They dont care about the workers they only care about themselves and the money that the WORKERS help bring in
Housekeeper, Maid (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 20, 2017
The maids is by far the worst company i have ever worked for. The management is terrible, hours vary, zero benefits, minimum wage for backbreaking work and not to mention all the catty women employees.. Just terrible but its a job if you need one.
House Cleaner (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 20, 2017
Some practices were not fair. I was not able to earn sick-time and would have a short check when I had to call off sick. I was sometimes unable to make ends meet when my check was shortened because I had to call off for being sick.
Maid/Housekeeping Cleaner (Current Employee) – Levittown, PA – July 19, 2017
If you only speak english and are trying to get a job here it will be hard. The service in Levittown is riddled with people that only speak Spanish. I found that the job is a little unfair in pay. But it does pay every week. Every day is a different amount of hours, usually clean about 3 or 4 houses a day. Teams are usually 3 or 4 people. The breaks are short, one lunch break and if you are a smoker they dont really compensate for that. The only time is basically on lunch which is also, a different time every day. You can obviously tell that there is favouritism, and the management does not really deal with problems or concerns with their employees. Their training is all over the place.
General Cleaner (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 16, 2017
I enjoyed working housekeeping, however this company made this type of work hard for no reason. They tried to make it a contest between teams by giving different groups different opportunities. The company only paid minimum wage no matter the experience or how hard you worked. also taxed tips..
Team Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 13, 2017
Nice well meaning people. All about team work, But don't always work like it. Need more communication between employees. Need more structure/actions and procedure to maintain a better working environment. Loved being one of there employees as well as my manager. Thank you! Gained lost of experience.
Customer Service Manager (CSM) (Former Employee) – Medway, MA – July 13, 2017
I started working for this company a few years ago because I could not find anything else for myself. I did not think at the time that I was going to spend multiple years of my life working with this company but I worked hard and dedicated my days to making sure my customers were satisfied and before I knew it I was promoted, and then again until I was promoted to being a CSM. I started learning some really valuable things while I was in the office. I got to work with many different cultures, travel and meet new people. Overall it was a great experience being able to help people the way that I did.
Commercial and Residential Professional Cleaner (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 27, 2017
Worked in a team of 4. assigned regularly schedule house cleaning. I learned that communicating with sign language and words combined can be successful. No manager. The culture was highly dysfunctional. Hardest was getting the best time to complete the cleaning with quality. Being recognized by customers on my cleaning skills