Helpdesk Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 26, 2018
This was an internship. I really think it prepared me for what to expect in the real world of working in a Helpdesk Opportunity. Here they also gave me an change to even assist with Desktop support for about a week. The gave me a great experience and I really appreciated it.
Reporting Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 23, 2018
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Marketing (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 17, 2018
If you're looking for a stabled company or job security, this is the company to work for. There are very few layoffs and you don't have to worry about being fired unless you're terrible at your job. There is some flexibility depending on which department you work in.
Inbound Sales Supervisor (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – June 13, 2018
Not very flexible, job bids every quarter so there is no set schedule to balance work/life. Management is not as professional as you would expect being a national company. There are a lot of catty quarrels with upper management.
Termite Sales Inspector (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – June 4, 2018
typical work day started at 0730 and ended sometime around 2030 money in sales was great branch manager was amazing regional manager was not a very good boss and would take away benefits to try and motivate people to work harder
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – May 14, 2018
Working in the call center taking inbound calls for sales and you are held to a number. Well when you question upper managers about that number being incorrect and they inform you they know and will make the adjustments but don't, it makes Rollins not a good place to work for more than 4 months. That is just to get some money coming in.
SR Pest Control Technician (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 14, 2018
All jobs are very production oriented. i.e. How many customers can be competed in one day with no deficiencies. You are give a set requirement each day to complete. Routing of appointments is sometimes problematic due to large service areas.
Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 5, 2018
The culture at Rollins is in 1970's, they are very slow to change and has diversity is something that as a company needs to be worked on. They do provide stability, but the health benefits could be better for such a large company.
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – April 4, 2018
This used to be a great place to work several years ago. They rewarded sales teams and had reasonable goals. Then they brought in a new VP who had no call center experience. Huge changes were made from seating to pay scales, everything. The center was a finely tuned machine that generated great profits and met goals and continued for the first year. After that the morale tanked and so did the profits. Big turnovers and the Universal agent concept changed the culture.
Technology Support Analyst Tier II (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 2, 2018
Rollins was a challenging but interesting place of employment. I was employed totally for 27 years. I performed numerous duties through out the years. Rollins definitely is a place to overcome boundaries to achieve your goals.
Wildlife Technician (Former Employee) – Hello – March 30, 2018
I had always saw these horrible reviews in my 5 years of working there and always thought it was just the lazy slackers that gave bad reviews but now I realize I should of listened to those reviews and never wasted 5 years for this company
You work on your own and make your own schedule
If you need help you can forget it. High turn over
Employee (Current Employee) – GA – February 9, 2018
Days can be stressful. Very fast-paced, competitive environment. Micro-managed at times and then other times, lack of leadership or direction. Benefits have drastically changed over the years, as far as insurance.
Security Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 2, 2018
I was an intern at Rollins through a Corporate Partnership Program called Year Up. I worked there to gain experience working with a real business. I can say that Rollins job culture is great. Friendly people really help a work environment. They all are very driven to deliver their services.
The reason I left Compensation/benefits blank is I wasn't begin pain through Rollins I was being paid by Year Up