window washer (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – May 8, 2018
going to different business to clean inside and outside of windows. I learned different techniques of washing windows. The hardest part was washing windows on hot days. The funnest part was going to different stores.
window cleaning technician (Current Employee) – Fraser, MI – April 6, 2018
The Management is really nice at my office.The biggest problem i have at fish is the pay is every two weeks and the weather plays a big part we work outside 95% of the time so if its raining or snowing or its really cold you don't work.I did enjoy working outside when it was nice.
i learned a lot.
you get paid every two weeks and working out side in the winter
Window Technician (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – March 16, 2018
Very relaxed, almost zenful most days, though not for someone without a secondary form of income, even working full-time hours. Commission-only, so it can get rough on inclimate weather days and payouts vary greaty.
Great supplement to income, but not a primary source by any means.
Weather-dependent, Early hours, Work/Pay ratio not always balanced, Low advancement
Window Washer/Field Manager (Current Employee) – Chamblee, GA – March 11, 2018
The days were generally long and busy, I learned how to properly clean windows for commercial and residential customers. As a manager I made sure all employees were keeping busy and working in a proper manner.
Window Cleaner (Current Employee) – Livonia, MI – February 20, 2018
i learned proper window washing techniques, coworkers and boss very friendly. work more at your own pace. weather dictates work often. get to drive independently working outside. less work during winter season.
Very unorganized and constantly verbally abused by boss. Constantly have day changed due to negligence by our manager and boss. Limited communication when trying to talk to boss or manager, but when they had an issue they'd call you 10 times. Told to be at work an hour before we'd leave to do anything. That's an hour a day every day not getting paid for.
Doesn't care about health or putting employees in danger for money
Window Tech (Current Employee) – Loganville, GA – February 4, 2018
Horrible management, lied about pay. I’m one of the best if not the best cleaner they have and you don’t even make $250 a week..I get The “better jobs” because I’m good but yet I’m full time barely making minimum. They make other employees drive their car, no gas allowance, and if they give you gas they will pull it out of your check. Oh and commission for closing deals...one guy apparently sold $520 and made a whopping $53 or so in commission
Sales and lead window cleaner (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – January 11, 2018
I really enjoy working for fish. U can make great money there if u want to its fully up to u. If u like working outdoors and unacting with people then it's a great job. We work has a team at fish everyones very understanding and will help u out the best way they can. There very loving and caring company. I really like it.
Self motivated job, Get paid for how hard you work but very relaxed workplace
Window Cleaner (Former Employee) – Decatur, AL – January 10, 2018
One of my favorite jobs, got to work by myself everyday in my own company vehicle , pay is commission so as long as you do all the work assigned to you that day you will make good money but being on your own time you control when you get off to a since more or less sooner as you finish everything but if you want to take it slow for the day, you're not going to make nearly as much as your potential. Very laid back workplace , complete work, good quality, and dont break anything.
Window Cleaner (Former Employee) – Manchester, MO – January 2, 2018
Very supportive environment, work at your own pace and are allowed to make great money. The heights you can achieve are only limited by how hard you are willing to work, and they are willing to help their employees do their best.