Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – September 24, 2018
I woke up at 3 am to drive to work to get paid minimum wage 8.50 in Florida and worked myself to death for 8 hours. They treated pacesetters like dogs because its cheaper to higher us and they made us do all the work
Construction Laborer (Former Employee) – Lake Worth, FL – March 27, 2018
Of a 90 days continuously working at the same construction site thy take you out a day before completing the 90 days .... Saying we have a good pay better offer o new contract to prove they have awesome workers and the truth.... ain't true... Is to take out from the 90 days ... And after that they will tell you. You have to complete a contract of 16 weeks that is almost another month ....they treat you great at the begining after that you will be at the office waiting since open4:30 am until 9 or 10 am saying no jobs available ..... But they give priority to others that comes after you.... Not BEING A FAIR WORK OFFER.
Construction Worker (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 13, 2017
Normally hot. Working at pacesetters I would normally lay bricks at offices, load trucks with equipment and sanitize bathrooms. The hardest part of the job would be working many hours of the day for low pay.
Construction Worker (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – August 30, 2017
It's not a good job but when you need the money I recommend people to go there.and also it's very stressful cause it's times you may not have work,and you will just be waiting in the office.most of the time you don't get many hours.