Pros: decent benefits
Cons: long hours, no personal time, on call with cell phone ringing off hook, unrealistic goals set by company policy
I worked at Steritech several years ago. The management for the most part is friendly, but the policies and overall work atmosphere is very stressful and not very flexible with work hours. You are expected to perform flawlessly with investing almost all hours of the day to being available for customers. Steritech's Zero Tolerance policy can be summarized this way: be on call 24 hours, 7 days a week and be responsive to your customers within hours of them calling and being to their locations within 24 hours. Forget any personal time to yourself or family . The turnover for employees was high before I was working there and has been since I left.The training was nominal even though the company prides itself in training with the negligence in training its technicians on how to actually learn the paperwork needed for industrial or commercial pest control.In fact, they throw so much paperwork to you without actually teaching you what you need to know that it becomes overwhelming. Very sloppy. They emphasize tidiness when at their own warehouse in Charlotte, the chemical room is an absolute wreck with many items not labeled.Co-workers did help anyway they could, if they themselves didn't fall behind. For the most part, unless you are a workaholic, hate being with your family, or single with no intention of having a family, this place may be perfect for you.Otherwise, stay clear of this unnecessary ,stressful workplace. Their motto is to be considered the best in the industry by others, and that vision has failed.By the way, be prepared to be corrected constantly for not speaking in their technical jargon.