Questions and Answers about Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service.

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What advice would you give the CEO of Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service about how to improve it?

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Continue sharing information about company initiatives with all employees.

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Stop paying employees commission its harldly no money being made the end of the week with the company outrageous prices

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Pay workers and stop being so greedy

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None. He's obviously doing better fiscally than I am. The shoe doesn't tell the hat what to do. Kapishe?

Answered - GM/Master Sales (Former Employee) - Twin Falls, ID

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Increase benefits and compensation.

Answered - Clerical Support (Current Employee) - Home Based

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Your employees are tired of the company reducing compensation. It is hard work. Look at trimming corporate positions and giving more to real workers.

Answered - Confidential (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC 28207

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Guarantee pay

Answered - Plumber (Former Employee) - Palm Springs, CA

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Fire Brock Shaw, water restoration supervisor in kansas city. He is terrible at his job, and there were numerous complaints during my employment there because of him. There have been 5 employees that were worth their weight in gold, but either quit because of him, or they clashed and he had them terminated because as he put it "I can't work with them" He has no real experience as a leader except for what he's read in a book, and it's this kind of poor leadership, and lack of example that is going to hurt your brand.

Answered - Water Restoration Technician (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO

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There is too much paperwork. With todays technology we should be paperless. And there are too many changes. As soon as we get use to one thing it changes. We figure why learn something new when it will change in a month anyway.

Answered - Plumber (Current Employee) - Birmingham, AL

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Be upfront and quit telling your workers one thing and then pay them less!!

Answered - Execavation tech (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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