I was hired as pt telemarketer to an AA then to the Customer Service Rep and when their was an opening to the Office Manager and I worked for a great Operations Manager. At Centimark you not only receive yearly bonuses, but also company stock. I enjoyed my time there -- a good company to work for.
Roofer/Laborer (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 12, 2018
If there was better management and they do more drug testing and not tell them when they are doing and get people in there that want to learn the business and if supervisor would treat people with respect it would be a good place to work
Roofer/Laborer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 22, 2018
Just horrible it has the worst management and office workers in the world they will lie to you even when you know the truth worst company in shocked their company is nation wide it needs to be shut down
Roofer (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 12, 2018
Doesn't care about workers too well. Will throw you in the middle of no where with the bare necessities. Will call you to be in another state the next morning, just to leave from there and upload in another state in next morning and won't pay you for it like they say they do. No vehicle maintenance assistance even after driving 3000 miles in a week.
Foreman/Supervisor, Service Foreman (Former Employee) – Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana – February 11, 2018
Management from top to bottom is atrocious. They can't find any good employees, so if you are an experienced roofer plan on doing everything yourself. They hire people who have never held a job before and expect them to be helpful and knowledgeable on the roof. And they have huge expectations from their foremen even though they are trying to do jobs that require 8-10 experienced people with 1 or 2 people that have ever been on a roof before. They will fire you for no reason and deny your unemployment. They use safety inspectors to fire people for no reason claiming that they did something wrong safety wise, when in reality they just want to put another inexperienced guy in your spot and pay them peanuts.
You work here only when you get very, very desperate. I mean if your dieing and starving there would still be better options than working at Centijunk.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – January 31, 2018
Management in this company is terribly poor and you'll be lucky if you can even make a 30 hour paycheck because they are too scared to do anything that shows rain in the forecast that is even below 30% chance. You will starve trying to make any effort to get anywhere with this company.
TM lead generator (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – November 5, 2017
Working at Centimark is like many other jobs in that you have a boss that thinks that because he is the manager, he is also a better person than you. If you enjoy having just a job and a check that comes in every two weeks, Centimark is for you. But, if you want a career where you can learn and develop skills to help others long with having an opportunity to grow within the organization and actually make some money to be able to have a life, consider other avenues.
I love everything about my job, but they do not pay Dallas area wages. A typical day is quite busy with a variety of tasks. I have learned a lot about HR and benefits as well as Accounts Receivable. The most enjoyable part of my job is helping others. The salesmen, managers, other employees and all crews.
The workplace culture is quite relaxed with a casual atmosphere.
The hardest part of the job is the low monetary compensation for all of the duties performed and experience I have gained over the years.
Roofer Assistant (Current Employee) – Franklin Ohio – August 30, 2017
Cinemark is a good job is just seasonal work and..I'm tired of seasonal work I need somewhere where I'm going to work full time all year round. I'm just tired of seasonal work I need a full-time job all year round
Overall SUCKS if they had the option for NO stars i would chose it
Foreman (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – August 22, 2017
Staff are unorganized. Service manager has no clue how to put his roofing vocabulary he studied to use. They promise you the world but you get nothing in return. No room for growth unless you know someone that works there already. The roofers have no life due to the under pay and over worked schedule.