Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – June 4, 2017
it was good to work for a company that really cared about their customers. the only thing that I did not like about the job was that they expected us to work in any condition and neglect our own family for their customers.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Knoxville, TN – June 2, 2017
Never in my life have I worked for such a fraudulent company. They don't pay you for the hours you work. Management is absolutely horrible. Your trained to "do the system" however that's completely false. Customer's do not realize that their paying for something promised, yet their getting a half assed job depending on the team you work with. Their snakes and the company will take advantage of you as much and they possibly can.
Again, when I was hired I was told I would have 35-40 hours & that was not the case.
House cleaner (Former Employee) – Flemington, NJ – May 15, 2017
The company expected perfection in every house we cleaned.Equipnent needed to be replaced. A cheap company to work for.I was not impressed. The women I worked with on the cleaning crew swore allot in the car on way to houses. Just not a good job for me.
Manager (Current Employee) – Metairie, LA – April 19, 2017
Day to day work is always changing, every day is different and keeps work life interesting and moving along. No two days are alike. Team members are friendly and upbeat, and we provide service that makes our customers love us.
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners (Former Employee) – Frederick, MD – February 23, 2017
I worked with a good crew of usually three to four people everyday and as long as we worked as a team,we got the job done like it should be done. The job was usually easy as long as you worked together as a team.
Awesome homeowners, tips, great people to work with, no weekends or holidays
Team Member (Current Employee) – Homewood, AL – January 18, 2017
Coming from a retail background I have really learned to appreciate being off on the weekends and not working late evenings. I also enjoy being off on holidays. In retail I worked almost every single holiday, almost every weekend including nights. This job has allowed me to have my evenings and weekends free for my family. A typical day is you arrive to work between 7:30 and 8:00. They provide breakfast for you. Sometimes management will cook pancakes and bacon which is allot of fun. We usually leave the office around 8:15 every morning in a company vehicle with a team of 3 to 4 persons. They provide all the cleaning supplies, equipment and transportation to and from the houses; which means I don't have to drive my own car. We usually clean anywhere from 3 to 6 homes a day with a 30 minute lunch. Most of the time we finish somewhere between 4:30 to 5:30 and occasionally we work until about 6:00; it varies from day to day. This job has really taught me allot about cleaning. I thought I had a clean house until I started working here. You also learn how to work as a team with different people. For the most part you work with nice people who really want to do a good job. As far as management goes they really try to create a fun place to work. Every month they do something to show appreciation for the work that we do; it may be a special breakfast, sack lunches or celebrating someones birthday. The hardest part of the job is that you don't know what time you are going to get off and the most enjoyable part besides being off on the weekends is that you are able to help make a differencemore... in your customers life.less