Utah Disaster KLeenup Employee Reviews in United States

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All the overtime you need
Mold/Asbestos abatement/ Flood Technician (Current Employee) –  Draper, UTJuly 20, 2015
A normal day at work would consist of receiving your job ex: flood, demo, picking up equipment or any other cleaning task you can think of. Then coming back and getting another job or ending the day. I learned how to take care of a disaster in the home whatever it may be. You also get very handy with tools and cleaning up messes and knowing what to do if anything like this would happen to you personally and also how to deal with insurance and knowing what are important things to have on your policy with house insurance. The management is management, they are going to be good on some days and bad on others, try to stay on their good side and make them laugh, being at the desk can be stressful. Co-workers are great for the most part. If you ever disagree with a co-worker for the most part it just gets brushed away with immature acts to lighten up the situation. The hardest part of the job is probably being on call, sometimes when you get called out at 2am in the morning you feel like crawling up into a little ball and disappearing. The most enjoyable part about the job is probably all the breaks that we get along with the free lunches that are sometimes provided.
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As much overtime as you can handle, and they treat you right.
Cons
If you are not ready for a big boy or girl job then it will break you.
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Productive and rewarding place to work
Lead Cleaning Technician (Current Employee) –  Draper, UTApril 15, 2012
A typical day includes organizing human resources and supplies, delegating tasks to ensure project is finished on time, ensure quality of work is up to company standards, work with customer, estimator, and project coordinator on details of the project to ensure all aspects are covered.
I have learned many greast customer service skills, how to effectively manage a team, and effective communication.
The hardest part of the job is the physical requirements, ie continually going up and down stairs, ladders, moving and transfering contents, and heavy lifting.
The most enjoyable part of the job is making the customer happy in a time of stress and need.
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meet many new people
Cons
physical requirements
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