General Cleaner (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 10, 2016
Everyone there is very unprofessional I would never recommend anyone apply here!!! The manager that worked over me always had issue with everything I did even when I wasn't told or shown how to properly do the task.
Various Positions (Former Employee) – Undisclosed – November 2, 2016
Dedicated many years to my position, and regret is all I can say. Regardless of expressing clear issues the Corporate Executives could have intervened and correct them never did more than request a statement then inform the Director of the complaint. You can not trust their open door policies, as that in itself is a falicy. Turning blind eyes to major problems seem to be their way of dealing with it. Costly charges and usage they pass as extra charges to customers is heavily abused, and outright robbery. Training is non existent and what little you get is a joke. Employees are not given the tools needed to succeed in their positions. I learned more about bad management, sketchy work environments with this employer than any other job held in my life. I would keep moving if this job is not your only option. I absolutely discourage any dealings with this company if at all possible, if professionalism is important to you as an employee or business partner. The only reason I gave it one star, is that zero was not available.
Terrible or lack of equipment, horrible management, no benefits, sick days etc. Untruthful to customers
Custodian (Former Employee) – cypress, TX – September 25, 2016
i think the language barrier between most employees is a major problem. Spanish is almost mandatory. the lunch breaks are pretty strict because you must stay inside and can never leave until the job has ended.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 2, 2016
I actually love working for wff services. I love that I am open to go to school on campus there if I wanted to. I get to meet new people and the job task is easy but can get risky if your up for a challenge.
Janitorial (Former Employee) – Clayton, MO – January 19, 2016
a great friendly work environment learned how to wax strip floors with a great group of guys the hardest part of the job was the hours out the day the most enjoyable was the parties and appreciaion of the company
Will usually hire any applicant that has a clean background. Day starts very early, and is possible to be called in at awkward hours to clean something. Is also possible to be forced into a split shift. For a couple months I worked three days in first shift, and two days in third shift every week. I asked to never have to work on Sunday and was told to work on Sunday a several times regardless. Employees are highly suspicious and distrusting of each other. Not a good work place.
One of the worse companies I have ever worked for.
Building lead, floor tech (Former Employee) – Edmond Oklahoma – August 21, 2015
I went into this job knowing it wasn't going to be the best. I still wanted to try. I had 9 different managers in one month, no communication, and no motivation to succeed. What finally did it is I was yelled at for not being to work a "mandatory overtime" Saturday. 5 different managers knew I couldn't not work weekends due to having a special needs child. I even expressed this in my interview. Was told if I don't come in Saturday don't show up Monday.
Janitor (Current Employee) – Lansing, Mi – July 18, 2015
This place is a stepping stone but not a career or place to advance. After 10 years of dedicated hard work, there are still no pay increases or room for advancement. This job just pretty much gets you by, and you can expect to live pay check to pay check.
Director of Custodial (Current Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – July 15, 2015
My job is ever changing, rewarding,and challenging all in a day. I enjoy being part of the success of others. Treating people as they would want to be treated. I am here for the support of my staff, and I feel upper management is also supportive of me. I started with WFF in 2000 as an Admin, trained and learned the ins and outs of Custodial Support. I am grateful for the knowledge and opportunity I have been given to run my own account for this company. I have successfully ran this account from 2012 to present. I love the interaction from upper management.I feel the company is moving in the right direction to become a very successful place to work.The most enjoyable part of work is the people I work for and with. I love all the interaction.
Team Work, Overall Attitude, Safety Oriented, Cares about the Staff, Motivational Programs, Benefits for the employees, Great hours, Rewarding, Great people to work with and for.
I was a director for a large account for WFF for many years. My account was successful because I made it so. There was no support from corporate. I saw my boss about every 5 - 6 months, so luckily I was an experienced manager. I got 0 training or indoctrination on reports or anything that was required. I learned what I needed to submit by getting the "where is this?" call. Then to make matters worse, the long time president's contract wasn't renewed and the owner's son-in-law was put in the position. He had no idea what to do and things got even worse. LOOK ELSEWHERE FOR EMPLOYMENT.