Roll Off Driver (Former Employee) – Trafford, AL – December 2, 2015
Trucks were not maintained, management is poor. They overwork and under pay. They want you to stay under hours, but want you stay out all night to finish. Each pull has to go to their landfill to dump.
The company was severely mismanaged whereby drivers as well as route managers were mistreated. The work and life balance was absolutely horrible. Route managers worked 70 hours plus each week and made to pick-up garbage, yard debris, and recycles on a daily basis as a result of routes being left on the ground due to the incompetence of the general management.
Company in major overhaul, new Managment and changes for the better.
Site Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, Texas – December 13, 2013
The company is in the middle of a major overhaul, there has been a total turn over of management but things are looking better, the structure is different than what has been in place and it is taking time to get use to the changes, the company has seen major growth and things are looking bright for WCA. My staff and employees are some of the brightest and best in the industry and I am looking forward to having them be a part of this growth. I have seen several managers let go so the stress of what's coming in my direction is the hardest to deal with, of course we are a customer service industry so dealing with customers and drivers on a daily basis can be taxing but also has it's rewards as you meet new people and deal with different situation daily.
WCA allowed me to broaden my expertise and horizons
Supervisor (Current Employee) – United States – March 18, 2014
Start at 4:00 a.m. over at 6:00 a.m. most days must be prepared to wear many hats but its not a big issue in that it gives you freedom to run your operation and make decisions without a large amount of over site.