They email you constantly with days and times to call but never do. No follow-through no communication what a joke of a company to deal with
When I was there it was like this. Go out to any leads the office sends you and quote them. If no leads then you work what jobs you do and go home. Small amount of paperwork to do once done. They claim you as a independent contractor but expect you to wear a uniform, which is a defining part of employee.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Handyman Connection a better place to work?
When I was there I would have lowered the offices percentages so people can accept estimates that are not grossly overpriced and waste the handyman’s time.