Manager (Current Employee) – Jessup, MD – January 9, 2019
This is a laid back setting no matter what location you work for. The job is understood and with training easy to complete. Freedom to work when best for you is the ultimate goal for anyone. Fish window provides a reliable income with a reliable company
Window Cleaner (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 16, 2019
Working at Fish is hit or miss on the work given to you on any given day you never know what you will be doing. some days you can make 200.00 or 30.00 you never know because the work is not steady. The managers do not care how much you make as long as they hit their goal so they will just keep hiring people instead of giving more work the employees they already have. I would not recommend working at Fish because there is no room for advancement.
if you are the favorite person you can make ok money
My Franchise Doesn't Compensate you for your car, at all
cleaner (Former Employee) – north hills, pa – December 3, 2018
They wanted me to use my car every other week with no gas or mileage comp, and like 12 stops a day all over tower. It's bologna. Also jobs were very small paying, or had too much additional work that was not necessary. For example, to only way to get the $16 they claim on avg to is skip a bunch of stuff, and do half effort work. The windows look alright, but why rush around? And why do jobs for $20? Could have easily gotten more. And it's all the more frustrating because sometimes customers aren't home or have furniture in the way. I was expected to walk on an icy roof in October. They say you don't have to but then you end up wasting time driving, especially your own vehicle, when you don't get compensated for gas for mileage. Their excuse was that they just didn't have enough trucks. Ok, well then why not compensate?? It just didn't make sense. I was trying to be reasonable because I really needed work but I'm not using up my car's life for this low paying job where you feel rushed and the need to skip things or do half effort work just to make decent wage. The coworkers were all very friendly and pleasant, just the nature of the set up and the customers were fail.
Window cleaner (Former Employee) – Arlington, MA – November 26, 2018
The manager has an attitude. he will swear at you. if you get parking tickets you have to pay it yourself you get paid by the job so to get a raise you have to do more work this is not an hourly job you get paid by the job you supposed to take a 30-hour lunch you don't get one
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – November 21, 2018
My experience with Fish didn't turn out as I had expected. My position changed and I wasn't kept in the process. There should have been more help with the growth but none was provided. The hours and stress I poured into the job was not rewarded but punished in the end.
Service Technician I (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – October 31, 2018
Fish window cleaning offers you the opportunity to work independently and I groups in both a commercial and residential setting. The more you work, the more you get paid. The hours you work are very flexible and there is really no set schedule.
Window Cleaner (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 24, 2018
Great place to work at very profitable, the people who work for this company are good people .it is a job where you are Alone most of the time and your responsible for your jobs and the customers satisfaction.
Fish Window Cleaning (Current Employee) – Woburn, MA – October 14, 2018
I do accounts payable and receivable. I learned the accounting aspect of the position. Management was always available if I had questions. Everyone in the office is pleasant. The hardest part of the job is solving issues that I have never come across before. The most enjoyable part of my job is, it is a small company administratively and we all treat each other like family.
Window Cleaner (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – October 11, 2018
Typical day is getting routes, interacting with customers, and cleaning windows. The work itself is easy, but the environment is toxic. Employees would use substances all the time and the manager has full knowledge of this. Continues to happen with no initiative to change. The office is very unprofessional to their customers and they are aware of that which transfers to how employees are treated. This is not a good place to work for those who just want to come to work and earn a paycheck. Lots of drama and flaring egos. Not worth your time as it wasn't worth mine.
WINDOW CLEANER (Current Employee) – Palm Desert, CA – October 10, 2018
I would never work for any fish company again. there is no room for advancement, equipment is falling apart which makes completing the job harder. When I inform my supervisor I'm always told new items are on the way but I never received anything. There is a lot more I can go on about. Lack of benefits although youre putting your body through stress, minimum wage pay dosnt cover cost of living especially for someone on their own in California.