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Not the job for me too unorganized and childish games are played.
Technician (Former Employee) –  St. Charles, MOMarch 27, 2019
The service master I worked for the managers were very sexist and there didn't seem to be room for advancement. I enjoyed the excitement of something new daily.
Pros
Interesting jobs sometimes.
Cons
Unorganized
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They dont work with you when you have family emergencies
Housekeeper (Former Employee) –  Lincoln, NEMay 22, 2019
They dont give you a raise I worked there 5 years and only got a 25 cent raise the whole time I was there and I tried getting family medical leave and they denied it with doctors note
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I wouldnt for them ever again
Cleaner (Former Employee) –  Ladysmith, WIMay 21, 2019
They tell you one thing and do something completely different. The boss was very wishy washy not a very good boss I knew more than he did about things. Some things like floors needed to be shampooed never got done they were on the lazy side. I would never work for them you work you tail off for them. You never got a raise. Didn't appreciate what you did
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