Outside Sales Manager, Small/ Med. Business (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – May 30, 2017
I effectively organized prospective clients by developing sound marketing plans and maintaining key information in the prospect database. I worked with legal sales contracts between Waste Management and private and government businesses. I enjoyed using in-depth industry and prepared complex proposals and made recommendations on equipment optimization and leasing options. Proposing customer solutions that are compliant with appropriate local, state and federal regulations is becoming tedious.
In the beginning the hours was ok and everything went well. But the moral and management changed hands and everything went bust. I had family issues and could not work the long hours and over an hour drive every morning to work. Needed to be closer to home.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – December 6, 2017
One of the best jobs that I've ever had. I loved the fact that we were paid weekly and that we had weekends off. We rarely had to work on a Saturday and if we did, it was for training and we were paid.
Driver (Current Employee) – Madison, WI 53713 – December 6, 2017
start the workday 5am you work until the job is done . dispatch is a joke. they know what needs to be done however they wait until late afternoon to dispatch calls that could have been given to the drivers by noon. you never know what time you are going to get done which makes family time very hard. nobody works together it's really everyone for themselves.
Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Warren, MI – December 5, 2017
For a part-time job to help get in shape this would be the place to do so. Riding on the back of a truck and picking up garbage on a nice day is actually quite relaxing. Although if you can't easily pick up 50-75 lbs this may not be the job for you. Very hard labor, need to be able to pace yourself.
Auditor (Former Employee) – Chicago IL – December 5, 2017
Waste management was a very exciting job experience learning how to work with others and learning how to work well with others and be a dedicated to your team and safety for you and others and just having this experience
Driver (Former Employee) – Homer City, PA – December 4, 2017
They say they are family oriented and family comes first, but thats far from it. You have people that dont know how to do their jobs. management that relays on others to do their own job. Its an unhealthy work place
Waste disposal sorter (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – December 3, 2017
start work day at 6:30 am, we stand on the line to sort out the garbage waste, its a diverse work place people from all ethnic backgrounds, we seem to all get along , very easy going but strenuous work environment. the hardest part of the job is standing for long periods of time. I enjoy when I get a break
hard working. open to endless possibilities. great place to work. team building. open door management style. hardest and most enjoyable part of the job is ensuring safety and adhering to your customers and treat them like family...overall great place to work providing different avenues of growth
Hopper (Former Employee) – Pasadena, TX – November 30, 2017
a good place to work at if your not afraid of getting dirty you can build strength and also learn about getting your cdl license so you can get paid on a set salary as a truck driver for wastemanagement
Side dump driver (Current Employee) – Wellford, SC – November 30, 2017
Current Side Dump Driver. Very poor management with the exception of a few of the transportation supervisors. Ridiculous amount of oversight and rules. You constantly worry about being fired. Have fired two dozen drivers in the last 3 months!