Midwest Memorial Group Careers & Employment - Working at Midwest Memorial Group
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue$25M to $100M (USD)
Rating is calculated based on 32 reviews and is evolving.
This job is fine for a little while, but gets super depressing after a while. Doing so many funerals was absolutely depressing. The money was good, if you had a lot of sales.
Family Service Counselor in Roselawn Memorial Gardens
on April 25, 2020
MIDWEST was a good place to work with friendly staff and administrators. I did feel that I had a good sense of how management felt sometimes. It was a good place.
Safety Compliance Coordinator and Trainer in Southfield, MI
on January 18, 2020
Decent place to work. The managers are ver personal and very helpful and can direct you in the right direction to grow within the company. The only down side is the pay is commission.
Advance planning counselor in Novi, MI
on December 30, 2019
Parklawn Corporation took over and has slashed everyone's pay and made working conditions much worse then before. They are letting the cemeteries get run down so they can use our money to buy more properties in the USA. Run away while you still can.
Sales in Beverly Hills, MI
on November 11, 2019
My overall experience was a good one. If you are not a people person then this job is not for you. I really enjoyed enteracting with the staff and providing customer support.
Advanced Planning Counselor in Forestlawn Cemetary
on August 8, 2019
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