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No money
Delivery Driver (Former Employee), Clearwater, FLAugust 13, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: everything
No money. Management favors certain employees. Never any work. Usually on call almost everyday.
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Productive Company, but bad hours.
Mover (Former Employee), Columbus, OHAugust 10, 2014
Pros: good pay starting out.
Cons: irregular hours.
It is a company that is easy to get hired on to, they have a vast amount of benefits and bonuses for their employees, but the hours are rather bad. They do show favoritism and have a group of workers they like more than others.
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Making alots of tip from customers
Driver/Mover (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCJuly 24, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: great healthcare
Driver and help unload and load customer and getting meet new people for the moving job
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Great place for temporary employement
Driver/Mover (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIJuly 14, 2014
Pros: tips
Cons: back breaking lifting
Heavy lifting and high expectations from customers to do the impossible.
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always busy environment
mover (Former Employee), Erlanger, KYJune 30, 2014
Pros: always busy
Cons: never know what time you get off work
moving furniture, also organizing and detailing . Also a lot of driving easy going environment with helpful team member's .
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Good
Mover/Trainer (Current Employee), tuscaloosaJune 30, 2014
Great college job Good hourly wage and great tips its a very physical job and you get to do a good bit of traveling
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moved furniture
Customer service (Former Employee), Tulsa, OKJune 16, 2014
Pros: get to travel
Cons: slow at time
learned a lot of new skills unload and unload trucks friendly people
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Productive and hard working
Professional Mover (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INMay 29, 2014
Very Productive start and finish when it comes to the work at two men & a truck. I've learn mufti-tasking skills and an abundance of people skills. My co-workers made the job worth it had a great team of guys/ladies everytime we went out which made the day go faster.
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Great job if you want to do a lot of work for no pay
Assistant Operations Manager (Current Employee), Charlotte, NCMay 28, 2014
Pros: it a pay check
Cons: no advancement, dis honest owner and managment, work hard with nothing to show for it
I make the Rock Hill office run. I make sales calls, I do in home estimates, close out jobs, make the schedule, print off jobs, and drive an hour to and from work every day from 7:45-5:00. My "boss" sits and play video games on his phone and ipad all day long lives 15 min away and gets paid 4-5K more then I do. The most enjoyable part of my day is locking – more... the door when we're closed. – less
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Terrible
Truck, Driver (Current Employee), Erlanger, KYMay 21, 2014
Day to day schedule, random hours, problems with pay and getting things corrected,
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the job is ok
Mover (Former Employee), GAMay 4, 2014
Pros: tips
Cons: give you a long sleeve shirt to work year-round and you have to pay for another one
the job life balance is bad because the work schedule is posted daily on an answer machine. I can never plan anything in advance because I have to check the schedule the day before I have to plan something. When I work the pay is good plus every other customer gives a tip but there are no benefits. The job security is based on seniority and family members. – more... So people like me that just starting and don't have any connections get less hours. – less
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Fun place to work but the office makes it a burden to go to work.
Driver (Current Employee), Lansing, MIApril 14, 2014
Pros: independence and coworkers
Cons: the office staff and management
Typical day starts at 745 and ends whenever you get your designated job done for the day and that is anywhere from 1 hour to 16 hours. i learned how to move furniture through doors, how to disassemble and reassemble a lot of different things around a house quickly and effectively. The management got worse as my time there progressed, they proceeded – more... to make changes to things that werent the issue and ignore the real issues making the workers jobs harder. The coworkers there were what made the job fun. Hardest part of the job is the inconsistency of the hours. You never know when you will be out and jobs go over estimate resulting in an angry customer when the office staff is to blame but its taken out on you. Most enjoyable part of the job is the freedom you get each day because you out on the road and doing the job yourself the way you feel it will be done the quickest. Independence and the coworkers make the job fun. – less
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House to House Mover and Truck Driver
Mover and Truck Driver (Former Employee), Livermore, CAApril 8, 2014
Pros: interacted with a lot of people.
Cons: no benefits
Help people pack and move to new homes. Load moving truck with boxes and furniture. Truck Driver.
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Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee), Sacramento, CAApril 4, 2014
Pros: networking opportunities
Cons: little room for growth
It was nothing more than a job. Same routine day in and day out. A lot of rules that made no sense, with no explanation as to why we follow them.
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Excellent concept and good value for the money
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Kennesaw GAMarch 25, 2014
Pros: helping people who truly need the assistance
Cons: inflexibility on what cannot be moved
The concept is much needed in a competitive marketplace. Customers get more out of it if they are prepared and personally involved and choose to be personally responsible for their part in the move. Company employees are hardworking, and honest and truly want to help the customers. The company offers many benefits before during and after the move. Worth – more... investigating! – less
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Cooperative, continually changing enviroment, low supervision
Driver (Former Employee), Urbandale, IAMarch 19, 2014
Pros: low supervision, changing worksites, company get-togethers
Cons: less time at home, weather, healthcare plans, long work days
At Two Men and a Truck it was an enjoyable job, what I enjoyed the most would have been not seeing the same four walls every day. Along with that, I liked that there was regular, performance-based raises, company activities such as the Christmas Party, and a trip to Adventure Land. The owner of the Des Moines franchise was personal with his employees – more... and didn't shun them away when he was needed. Although it is a pretty good place to work, the work itself can be challenging either from the weight of the furniture, to the occasionally unsatisfiable customer; or even the weather. The most challenging part of the job would definitely have to be getting home at one in the morning occasionally. Yes, it can be a difficult job but very rewarding. – less
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productive learning environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAMarch 5, 2014
Pros: learning expirience
Cons: business closed
Really enjoyed this company working with customers was very enlightening hardest part of job was franchise being closed
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mover (Former Employee), Greenville, WIMarch 1, 2014
I loved my job. I loved the hours but the work was a little bit harder than I expected.
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Steady work
Truck Driver/Mover (Former Employee), New Port Richey, FLFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: tips
Cons: no enough work
a typical day at work with cool loaders. Go company to work for, just not enough work. To much time off. Like the driving and the opportunity to travel to/from different states.
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Who needs a gym?..
Team Lead / Mover / Customer Service (Current Employee), Sacramento, CaJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: tips
Cons: seasonal, unsteady
A typical day at Two Men and a Truck is nothing but heavy lifting all day working anywhere from 3 hours to 20 hours in one day. I learned proper lifting techniques as well as good problem solving skills. We went through a lot of management changes over the last year so things were really hectic and unorganized. But we pulled together as a team and made – more... it work. I ran a crew from 2-8 employees and would move up to # houses a day depending on size and location. I became a TEAM LEAD within my first 6 months of working there and have made the top 10 in the country for top mover and CSR. – less

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