Questions and Answers about ARS/Rescue Rooter

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at ARS/Rescue Rooter.

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Explore other job openings, read previous reviews, they pressure you to sell sell sell sell

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Find somewhere else to work! They pressure you on selling new systems & pressure you on maintenance calls to sell upgrades. Just about every call I went on the customers were complaining on something always needing to be replaced. I couldn't take advantage of customers. There are much better places to work

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Unless you enjoy taking advantage of your customers especially the elderly! Don't do it. Many soul less people in management and sales.

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Don't work here unless your prepared to upsell everything. Most leads are created by b.s inspections that you don't get paid for!

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Interview somewhere else, this company pressures you and the technicians to lie to customers to sell systems compared to fixing them. If you have a soul and morals work somewhere else

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Don't think it is a career just hustle and make the money

Answered - AC Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Vero Beach, FL

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Ask exact details on what the position entails.

Answered - Admin Assistant Home Service Plan Coord. (Former Employee) - Omaha, NE

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Don't do it! NOT a stable or reputable company. Does not manage with integrity!

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Don't do it! I was RECRUITED from 1500 miles away and was verbally guaranteed a position with the company for as long as I wanted to work for the company by both regional manger out of Raleigh & general manager from Wilmington- 6 months later and after my family sold everything to come meet me after they had only been here for 2 months I was let go due to funding. I Was Not given the opportunity to move to another branch, I had Never been never written up & I was now without a job nor means to support my family that had just given up everything to be with me. I called corporate & HR. Nothing happened & there has been no compassion. Biggest mistake of my life taking this job! I have never been able to reach the CEO to tell my story, maybe there would be some compassion there if I was ever able to make contact. Heartbroken by this Company! Most unprofessional regional & general managers I have ever been associated with!

Answered - Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Wilmington, NC

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Make sure you have dependable transportation because you will travel to and from job sites.
Choose your time wisely.

Answered - Merchandise Assembly (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL

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