Your office and work environment is the entire city.
Operator (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 15, 2018
There are no "typical days", each day was a different learning experience in Integrity, working independently and still remain a member of a productive business team. Operator orientation and training are very detail oriented as it relates to delivering quality services while exceeding the customer/clients expectation. One of the occupational challenges is the daily travel between 2 or more accounts navigating a congested city landscape, and navigate you must. However, what is rewarding is the satisfaction of meeting new people, creating new experiences and the sense of accomplishment of a job well done.
Work indepently or as a member of a team.
Its a demanding occupation that is time sensitive and very detailed oriented, employee turn over is high.
Cleaning Operator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 12, 2018
My time with Managed by Q was great. I did not have many if any complaints. My hours were the overnight shift which was laid back all of the offices we cleaned were closed so there was more space to get the job done with no distractions. I had three handled three different accounts weekly and once I developed a routine doing the job was easy. Sometimes clocking in using the app was a problem because of phone service but I was always able to contact tech support or a staff member back at headquarters and get the problem resolved. Sometimes you work alone depending on the size of the account (office) and other times you worked with a team but each person had specific task to do. i would recommend this job to someone with an open schedule and that likes to travel.
cleaning operator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 14, 2018
a typical work day clock in start your shift clean what you have to clean by the time frame they give you and then clock out and move on to the next job. i didn't learn anything the culture is divers the hardest part of the job is people thinking you are a maid. i didn't enjoy anything about this job.
Operator (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 7, 2018
I was contracted into an on-call position--the terms of compensation included in this contract were completely ignored for the first six pay periods I was employed. In the meantime, my work schedule was irregularly updated, although I was never needed for an authentically "drop-of-the-hat" situation, shifts that managers had known days or even weeks in advance needed to be covered wouldn't appear on my schedule sometimes until after they had begun. The fabulous benefits, pay rate, and conditions of employment should have made this job a sure thing, but I found management severely lacking--I'm still not sure who I'm responsible to or who I can direct questions to, so many of the frustrations I'm listing here have still not been addressed.
Operator (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 16, 2017
Working as a night office cleaner is good if you can sustain the late night hours. Management has a tendency to be petty but don't let them get to you. Some accounts are grueling (very under booked), while others are a breeze.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – 161 ave of Americas ny ny – April 23, 2017
My job is flexible although it has a couple of flaws as far as is not having a union and not enough sick days out of the year.. we get 40 hours out of the year for our paid time off and I don't feel that's enough for the work that we put in.. we have health care fully paid and we have a 401k share.. we also can can buy into the company as far as shares depending on the length of time we been there.
Handyman/Helper (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 10, 2016
Starts off adventurous with different task each day one day my first job may be painting an office or next mounting a TV and so on and so forth. I learn everyday on job, whether its learning another way to do something or learning a new skill to apply to my skill-set. Management at times can be lacking with effective communication, attention to detail, and or decision making. My co workers are great to work with 99% of the time. we get the job done with excellence and unity. The hardest part of the job is transporting your tools all threw the city and dealing with incorrect information. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to see different architectural structures.