Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Massachusetts – July 4, 2016
Okay, but very disorganized. Seems new people get very little training. Would like to see more training for a company that wants to expand. I've gone to jobs were sometimes I not sure how to do the job.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Hudson, MA – July 14, 2016
If you are looking for a place you can grow your career with, Wind River Environmental is the place to be! The environment is upbeat, collaborative and your co-workers feel like family! If you can think on your feet, enjoy solving problems and comfortable learning on the fly - this is the place for you. I love coming to work everyday to help our customers!
Learning and collaborative environment, supportive management, advancement opportunities
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Stanley, NC – January 4, 2017
Wind River Environmental (Stanley Environmental Solutions) is a friendly and motivating place of work. The most enjoyable part of working here is serving people of our community with their service needs. There is a revolving door for professional and personal support with management as well as co-workers.
driver (Former Employee) – North Carolina – December 26, 2016
This company is a joke. The lack of proper management is astounding. They basically have a revolving door for every field.. The pay is fair but not what you think.Some of the techs are ok to deal with, most aren't though. Totally agree 100% with the stanley review. AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE
driver (Former Employee) – Stanley, NC – January 8, 2017
Beware of office personnel fake reviews.Real down to earth true reviews come from labor and drivers.Dont be fooled by these clowns Stay away .You will be lucky to get paid and not lose your cdl You have been warned
Driver (Former Employee) – Stanley, NC – August 4, 2016
Very disorganized and full of Power Grabbing a Management.The left hand don't know what the right hand is doing and nobody knows who's the boss.You get told one thing and completely made to do another.Trucks are poor to awful shape.Connections leak grease and septic from the trucks from them being negligent and not servicing them.Also in order to survive you must be willing to put your CDL's at risk.Such as Driving Overweight more often than not Driving over the 60 hours that D.O.T gives you.Tires on numerous trucks violate the minimum tread depth required by D.O.T.Also at the Subsidary company where all the grease and septic is dumped they have numerous spills which are left for the ground to soak up or nothing done about it at all.They even go as far as allowing some employees to drive trucks who don't even posses a CDL.Last but not least I am Speaking of a company that Wind River bought out.Stanley Environmental Solutions and Earth Farms. Most reviews you see that has 5 stars you can call the office and ask for that person and you will find out they are family related to the owners of the company.If you read a negative review or something that claims it isn't five star you are hearing from somebody who actually got treated like the outsider of a family owned business.
Outbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hudson, MA – April 4, 2016
worked as a server and a host for two years, long hours and hard to advance. Great food, great job culture, great co workers, and outstanding money. Loved working for this company, my only complaint was a few managers, whom have since been fired.
Driver (Former Employee) – Massachusetts – August 7, 2016
The team stars should take it over to protect the workers no protection for the workers for the conditions you have to deal with horrible. Dot should really check them and the department of labor also.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Hudson, MA – April 22, 2014
High Stress with little recognition. No formal training, had to teach myself a majority of my job. No 90-day review. Communication and feedback were terrible. Within a 6 month period 7 employees quit. I was laid off with job re-structuring given as a reason. My position was posted online less than a month later, with NO changes in job description. I felt I was discriminated against, but unfortunately without any proof to back it up.
Casual work attire
No benefits for sick time/vacation the first 3 months of employment
Service Tech/Driver (Former Employee) – Hudson, MA – July 31, 2013
this job was the best job I had the ppl were great all the workers had a brother hood to each other if I never had to move to florida I would still be there good pay plenty of hrs good job security and they care about themselves and their workers this jobs not for everyone but it was a perfect fit for me and they did a lot for me that I could never pay back it realy is a great job/career and company if I had to complain about something it would be the weather conditions and being on call. I would go bak in a second if I had the chance.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hudson, MA – October 27, 2014
Awful. They want you to do everything at super fast speed. It's unrealistic. And if you don't or you can't you are reprimanded. The organization within the department is a mess. They have you yelling across the room to a dispatcher. Hello it's a call center. Poor training. They shifts range from 6 hours to as long as 10 and it's not 9-5. They are open 7 to 9. Your shift is never the same. Its not fun and the co workers aren't that nice. Very clicky. I couldn't wait to give my notice .