Groundworks Companies
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Groundworks Companies Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 38 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
55
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Work Happiness Score
Below average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
67
Learning
Average
Do people feel they often learn something at work?
63
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About the company

  • CEO
    Matt Malone
  • Founded
    2000
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Construction & Facilities Services
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Brick Mason

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Sales Administrative Assistant

Manassas, VA

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9 days ago

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Senior Engineer

Manassas, VA

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Warehouse Associate

Manassas, VA

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17 days ago

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Construction General Labor- Installer

Manassas, VA

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15 days ago

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Administrative Assistant in Manassas, VA
on June 9, 2020
Depends on your title
It all depends on your title on whether your job is enjoyable or not. •Cfi’s (sales) are treated like gods •Foreman and installers work like dogs •Superintendents are used as service techs instead of supervising their crews to ensure great, quality work. •Service techs have little to no supervision •New Upper Management is hard to get to help with day to day operations but when they’re available they’re great. •The current “office manager” is incompetent. She pawns her duties off on the admins, avoids the phones (especially when it’s an irate customer), won’t help in other ‘departments’ with simple tasks, she’s more worried about being called the office manager than actually doing what an office manager should. No matter what your title is, you’ll work long hours. Most go home to have work follow them there (That’s not recognized by management, you won’t be compensated for it, you won’t even get a thank you for handling something before it could escalate). The turn over rate of employees is unbelievably high. Only benefit was the friends made along the way
Foreman in Lees Summit, MO
on October 5, 2020
Good family like vibe from everyone
You get to know everyone and everyone looks out for one another. The management is very helpful if you need help with anything and they're always looking to give someone a promotion. Real sensible guys
Concrete Laborer in Cowden, IL
on August 5, 2020
Hardworking and productive
I liked the job overall. Unfortunately, due to too many workers, I ended up getting layed off a lot. I usually worked 2 to 3 days out of the week and got low pay checks.
Appointment Setter in Virginia Beach, VA
on August 4, 2020
Stay away
This place is always hiring for a reason. TOXIC work enviorment. Does not value its people. Do your self a favor and stay far away. Looks like a great opportunity at first but things are not how they appeared.
Installer in Springfield, MO
on July 13, 2020
Back stabbing circle jerk?
Well if you like working 100-120 hours a week for minimal pay, while being constantly bombarded with unrealistic expectations from an out of touch management team, thennn you’re gonna love this place. I performed above and beyond for months on a promise for a promotion, aaand they fired me on hear-say. Facts: Foundation work does NOT pay well, is physically draining, and rewards those who organize the monkeys (laborers) most efficiently. My advice? Find another trade, save your back, make more money.
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