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Sounds like bunch of crybabies.

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I was relieved from my job because I refuse to do others work . We where trained and we left the district
Then came back . Because we where good at what we did 1.2 % deq. We ran 3 different properties in 3 different states. I’m a disabled veteran and was told I could be fired for any reason, because the district manager didn’t like us.

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The pay SUCKS, make promises they don't keep!!! You'll get better pay and accommodations working for McDonald's, seriously!!!

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Couldn't trust Dm and she was asking us to violate privacy policy laws and the company privacy policy.

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I moved from Hawaii to Sacramento Ca

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I moved to Sacramento from Hawaii.

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The pay sucks. They pay on the 7th and 22nd, but expect their tenants to pay rent by the 1st. When you working for these peanuts and have bills due. They should be paying bi weekly.

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Pay wasn't anything but pennies- not worth it for how terrible you were treated. Unappreciated. No seniority either. District Managers completely unhelpful and useless. Worst job I've ever had. The saying of "Public Storage is better than no job" does NOT apply here.

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Very Low Pay. Ofen doing the work that actually takes 2 people by yourself. Not compensated financially for the hard work you do.

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Pay. Public Storage pays the least of all Self Storage Companies. But it is more than minimum wage by $1.95. (After 6months there is a .50 cent raise and that is it. Also, you do the work of 3 people by yourself. The District Manager’s rake in the money, huge salaries 76 to 85k and in addition to that, they get HUGE bonuses for the work the employees do, i.e; sales goals, occupancy goals, collections—getting delinquent accounts paid. The employee gets nothing. DM does .

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