Custodian (Current Employee) – Keene, NH – August 3, 2018
a day at work can be fun and pleasant i clean the floors , vacume the carpets clean the entrance,empty the trash clean the restrooms extract carpets as needed . the management is poor if there is a problem at work he ignores any contact to resolve the problem the coworker dose not work as a team player and is very disrespectful
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – July 26, 2018
I was hired and trained to just clean basically, but I ended up learning more as i worked more hours. Like how to deal with people in the courthouse, how to handle myself in tense situations, how to solve problems on the fly.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Charlestown, MA 02129 – July 22, 2018
Good job, benefits. Loading and unloading new vehicles, delivering to dealerships throughout the northeast. Fast paced, sometimes stressful. Can make a good amount of money if your willing to work hard, and put the time in.
Team Electrical Sales (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – July 17, 2018
Always look for ways to improve the skills of yourself and your employees. Communication is always the starting point, but you have to create a market advantage. Part of the advantage is providing a service to your clients that enables them to depend on you and your team to get what they need either when or better yet, earlier than when they needed. Overachieving their expectations is the key.
Technician (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – July 12, 2018
It is a hostile work environment. I was often confronted with rude remarks about my physical body and even had a manager make a joke about being homosexual which I am not but I have family members who are and was offended. This company is not of a modern era.
Pallet maker (Former Employee) – Suring, WI – July 11, 2018
House full time I did learn how to cut boards for the pallets and how to build pallets to satisfactory learn to see how cabinets were all built pretty stressful on organized wasn't much for communication
Junior Programmer (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 8, 2018
The people make the time at Diversified great. Even with the amount of work that goes on, the amount of late nights spent working, or the amount of things that go wrong on an site, the people here make it worth it,
Installation Technician (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – April 22, 2018
Make sure you have tools because your going to work and have fun doing it with wonderful people so just be ready. And the main thing is to communicate without communication you're not going to be able to work.
i worked for diversified optical for 20 years i got married and now we are having a really hard time with our bills .I really am in need of a job badly can workfulltime or partime i realize that diversified is under new management now but i still would like to return to work.the atmosphere there is very good and i know a lot of the people that still work there .The management is very good.Atypical day was to get all of the work out that we can.I learned a lot of new things there.Sometimes there was a lot of pressure of getting all the work done but i handled it ok. The most enjoyabele part of the job was being around all of my coworkers and having a fun day.
sometimes free lunches
if someone doesnt show up for work it makes it very hard
Project Coordinator/Purchasing (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – March 2, 2018
The company recently acquired a great deal of other companies and during that process I believe there is going to be a few set backs regarding growth. While I heard positive things about other offices, the Santa Clara back end office consists of a few people who can make the work environment quite toxic for people they do not feel belong in their inner circle. This has made it difficult for newer individuals to feel comfortable and thrive in the back office. Aside from that a majority of management is great as well as employees who go out in the field.
Mud Logger (Former Employee) – Reserve, LA – February 12, 2018
Never had time off could not plan anything. They call and you go then never know when that will be. They own you. Long as you jump when they call and stay offshore for months or on a land job for months then they will keep you busy. Under new managemenet so things may have changed.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 24, 2018
going into peoples houses and doing lite housekeeping, assisting to grocery store and doctors appointments, the hours were not good and the pay was even worst. i wouldnt recommend this place to anyone, but if youre just looking for a second jobs and no weekends or holidays this is the place.
no weekends no holidays
not enough money not enough clients not enough hours, and going into other peoples homes.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Kenova, WV – January 15, 2018
The management was not good at the workplace at all. This here were very unorganized an there was never really bad days, things we just not set up very well. The job itself taught me a few things, such as patients and how to work with such an unorganized company.