Repair Crew (Former Employee) – Warminster, PA – June 10, 2017
if you are in training learn fast because if you try and take your time they will give you all of three days and you will be out the door. the people you work with are caring and are willing to take time tob show you the inner workings of how to work faster.
General Manager (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – June 8, 2017
It was a great learning experience but the work life balance was hard to maintain. Most of the training is hands on and learn as you go. Must be self motivated for this job and have tough skin for some of the customers.
overtime - can be upwards of 70 hours 7 days a week
Reservation Manager (Former Employee) – Spokane Valley, WA – June 8, 2017
reservation manager, fast paced, demanding position, could be very stressful at times. Great customer service skills a must, great office with great people to work with, hardest part of the job was being swore at by customers
Sales and Reservations Agent (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 6, 2017
I was a work from home agent for almost 2 years. The pay is decent and can be really well if you get good at your job. Management was good as well and very professional. There is a large amount of customer service and would definitely recommend to those who are okay with desk jobs.
fun work place enviorment with great people and awsome managment!
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – 4655 N oracle rd Tucson AZ, 85705 – June 5, 2017
I would keep the trucks and trailers clean and running in great condition. fold lots of blankets/pads. repair lots of equipment. make sure storage and entire store area was clean. I would answer phone calls and make phone calls for reservations. My manager was awesome i learned a lot i got propane certified . The most enjoyable part was the people i worked with.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 5, 2017
Due to technical issues I could not longer stay with the company. They were very considerate and understanding of the issues I had. While training I felt like the jumping around with multiple trainers every week, was a bit much. Also, I felt rushed into the position like; sink or swim. Nevertheless, they do their best and were all helpful and understanding.
A typical day at work is taking reservations, locationg missing equipment and solving customer complaints. I learned how to settle most customers down when they have a complaint. The hardest part of the job was locating missing equipment. The enjoyable part was my co workers.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – June 2, 2017
For the most part the employees are friendly when you get to know them, but the management can overwork with little to no compensation. Each store is held to near impossible expectations of sales that don't always make sense. Often have customers yelling at you for a problem created by someone else.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Billings, MT – June 2, 2017
Good starting job, with the chance to climb the corporate ladder. Teaches you a hard work ethic. Most employees are fun to work with, meet a lot of people, work with tools and do a large variety of jobs as a CSR.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – June 1, 2017
KFC was my first official job besides cutting grass and grooming landscape. I learned how to do everything on the job and became an all star on my first job and I have taken that responsibility to every job I ever had.
job sucks and needs a new payment / money management system the stores and employees always get screwed higher ups make off with the cash
hitch professional (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – June 1, 2017
Unfair pay structure bonus are minimal if any. you can work towards your goal for the month and beat it by alot but if your store doesn't sell enough of 1 thing you will lose all the bonus you worked for to make up the difference and still be expected to outperform last year's numbers