Lead Maintenance (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 15, 2018
Able to find a job assistment quickly. Always paid on time and never had any problems with the places I was assigned to work. Try worl with you very closely and explain the assitant very well If any problems you can call and they can re-assign you or help with the problem.
Apartment maintenance industrys lead tech. (Current Employee) – Ft. Worth, TX – November 2, 2017
Good company to work for. If you're looking for a temp agency.Assignments come in regularly and they try to keep the type you want. Communications are excellent often able to work the same day you make yourself available.
Mmy experience with asap was nothing what I expected. They should take out the time to screen their employer's also. I was sent out to some of the most DISRESPECTFUL, UNPROFESSIONAL properties with asap. I have brought the situation to the recruiter plenty of times they never check on it. The lady in payroll is rude. The ask the same question every single day you call. You can never speak to a manager just rude.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 14, 2017
This temp agency is excellent at finding work, however the work is brief. There is no security in working for this temp agency. I would not recommend anyone to work for through this agency. You will be running in a perpetual circle.
Growing company loyal to clients and employees alike
Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 1, 2016
The company offers a career with very little oversight and encourages growth through frequent bonuses and a laid-back atmosphere. It is a company that is growing significantly and has a bright future. It would be an ideal employer.
positive, low over sight atmosphere, bonuses, raises
Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Conway, AR – January 22, 2016
Employees work their fingers to the bone and work overtime for pay. Pay will never be higher than $12/hr. No full lunch breaks. Must eat at desk and keep working. Two 15 minute breaks if you are lucky enough to not be slammed with the phone ringing off the hook and constant emails coming in.
Short breaks, low pay, constant harassment from customers
Locker Room Attendant (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – October 15, 2015
Working with this company was definitely important to me since It was the start off of working in customer service and other job opportunities that were presented to me through this company. I learned many necessary job ethics with this service/company such as preparing for interviews, service qualities, and communication skills. Management was very helpful and made sure you reached your goal in your job placement. The most challenging part of the job would have been the temporary aspect of different jobs available at the time when I was looking for a permanent job opportunity.
Front desk receptionist/ Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 29, 2014
Call employees to send them to work Call employers to assure employees were at job sites Send out advertisements to employers Answer phones Lease apartments Computer skills Set up appointments with future employees Reviewed applications Submitted criminal background checks Multitask
Working temporary gave me the opportunity to work on different types of properties; from A++ to D. The most challenging part of property management is dealing with the many different language barriers. But, I also learned how to work through it to overcome.
-When there is nothing to do, I find something to do and complete any task that needs to be completed. -I learn how to treat people and how to be patient. The management is great because they always have something for me to do. -My co-workers are awesome and I get along with them well, you have to get along with them or you'll have a bad day at work. -It's sometimes challenging because it gets frustrating trying to be patient but I move forward and put myself in their shoes. I enjoy organizing and moving around, dressing professionally and helping customers in whatever they need.