Head. Line Operator (Former Employee) – Waunakee, WI – October 9, 2018
a good work culture with a lot of learning opportunities. However it was a dirty job and it is extremely cold in the winter. They will train you to work on all the equipment to do a good a efficient job. Beside the dirty environment and cold winters working in the murf. It is also a very diverse environment.
District Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Moody, AL – October 1, 2018
Upwardly mobile company - great CEO but suffers from acquisition growth - some leadership that was there prior to the Veolia acquisition are not skilled or mature enough to handle the larger culture threat.
Rolloff Driver (Former Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – August 10, 2018
Go out and did what needed to be done, get done early and you helped out with co-workers route to get done for the day. Friendly co-workers.Always a kind word from management through out and at end of the day.
Always a full days work. Good pay, good benefits. Friendly co-workers.
Dirty job. Sometimes customers or traffic can be not good.
Facility Manager (Former Employee) – Illinois – April 9, 2018
Advanced Disposal lacks diversity at the management level. The culture is cut throat and distrustful. Worked very hard managing 3 facilities. Had to drive to 3 different towns almost daily. Had to use a company pickup with drive cam which was very stressful because it becomes a tool they use to relieve you of your duties.
A growing company with opportunity for advancement
Commercial Line Route Supervisor (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – December 10, 2017
I have enjoyed my experience working for Advanced Disposal for the most part, but have recently come to a realization that I would like to purse some different career opportunities. The morning supervisor position is tough because you start your shift early and depending on the day will work 12+ hours; and also 5-6 days a week. The initial salary is average and the benefits are expected for entry level. The culture in the building will depend on if your drivers are union or not (mine was union) because your ability to manage will be impacted by the rules of the contract, but there is a lot of support from upper management. The hardest part to the job is the the amount of hours you work and unequal work to life balance that comes from the position. In my experience the most enjoyable part of the job was the working relationship between the management teams was cooperative; with the understanding that we all have the same goal.
Free lunches, Provided Quality Work Cloths, Opportunity
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Ball Ground, GA – November 21, 2017
Stressful, learned about the company but that is it, Managment is good but can only do as much as corporate lets them,culture is here is depressing,hardest part of the job is doing it knowing theres no hope for advancement, the most enjoyable part is my coworkers
Recycler (Current Employee) – Kenosha, WI – November 13, 2017
A typical day at work is A lot on your feet and A lot of lifting. You learn about different recycling . Management is really great Work place culture is how YOU make it The hardest part of my job is dealing with the weather changing The most enjoyable part of my job is the laughs I share with coworkers
Driver (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 22, 2017
I truly enjoy working for Lee & Cates glass the atmosphere was wonderful it was like one big happy family if I could I would go back to Advanced Disposal because I truly enjoy it my co-workers and supervisors or awesome
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Batavia, IL – June 1, 2017
This job helped teach me how to multi-task, become a great listener, and also become a leader. This is a brand new branch that opened and was the first customer service representative that was hired. I was able to teach others the tricks and tips I learned and became a great example of how team work is beneficial to get the job done. This was only possible with the great management team on board.
Location is great for downtown lunch breaks, break room is nice, and its a clean and beatiful, brand new desk equipement.
Roll Off Driver (Current Employee) – De Pere, WI – May 23, 2017
It is a job you take all resonsibility on yourself. getting the job done in a safe yet timely manner. culture is ok, pretty much on your own all day. hardest part about the job is trying to keep all your customers satisfied, that's job security
healthcare, poorly run company, no structure at all