Top helper (Former Employee), Niagara Falls, NY – January 7, 2014
I have worked for them twice in the construction field. Bothe times were great jobs. The places were Buffalo, NY and Memphis, TN. Pay was very good. The drawbacks the the travel and not being able to set down roots. The hardest part is just staying away from home. But I will do what I need to do.
hard work and long hours no paid holidays or warning of layoffs
Equipment operator (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – December 30, 2013
Pros: i liked the money that i made
Cons: the bosses were verbally abusive
the long hours coupled with deceit was difficult however i chose to overlook these issues as i needed employment. My attitude is to always put the best outlook on things even when difficult and there are always hurdles to overcome
Equipment Operator/Laborer (Former Employee), Tonawanda, NY – August 28, 2013
Cons: very dusty. inside all day. not getting to run the equipment i wanted to.
it was good when i was running the sky tracker screening roofing shingles. after a while that slowed down and then i was in the shop sorting through trash. sorting through trash is hard work because you have to get all the recyclable material out of it by hand mostly. the material that is recyclable is wood, metal, cardboard, bricks, ceiling tiles, – more... floor tiles, drywall, appliances. – less
Order Picker (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – May 8, 2013
Its a ok place to work, the job was fairly easy it consist of pulling, packing and shipping orders daily. the breaks was fair and so was the lucnh break, it was a family owned work place but they treated there employess very good.
Skip Tracer (Former Employee), North Richland Hills, TX – July 13, 2012
Skip tracing on accounts with no contact, dialer and manual contacts Contacting customers to resolve accounts with payment arrangements to cure, payment plans or repossession Working delinquent accounts from 31 days past due to charge off