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What is the most stressful part about working at Fish Window Cleaning?

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Getting to the office to get handed a STACK of paper, 5 of them have to be done today before noon, so now you have 3 to 3.5 hours to get 6 hours of work done.the other half of the stack has to be done by noon tomorrow, about 3-4 8 hour days of cleaning to be done in a horrible time crunch. not to mention 99% of the customers want their glass perfect. understandable when youre paying $40.00+ to have 3 pieces of glass cleaned.

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This job was trash. I ruined my car and racked up on traffic tickets. Bosses seemed obvious to all the problems. Also i lost more money than i made. Getting $100 routes they take 70 percent of is bs.

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Worked by myself and had issues with the isolation.

Answered - Office Administrator (Former Employee) - Harrisburg, PA

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Working in the winter in the cold with having hands in water is by far the worse.

Answered - Window Cleaner (Former Employee) - Decatur, AL

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When you get routes and your boss starts yelling at people and talking down to them and you just want to know where to go first since he handed you a stack of paperwork and told you to get going.

Answered - Window Cleaner (Former Employee) - Modesto, CA

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Making deadlines

Answered - Field Service Technician (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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If your picky about your cleaning then just trying to get every little detail perfect

Answered - Window Cleaner (Former Employee) - Tyrone, PA 16686

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Having to climb ladders with no insurance

Answered - Contractor/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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