CREW CHIEF - CARPET CLEANING TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Gainesville, VA – November 30, 2017
It was a good job for the sole reason that you needed no experience or an education to work there. They teach you everything you need to know, but it was a job that you really needed to learn in the field. Management was not great, but the people that work there are really cool and help you out a lot. We had to stick together because of the management. Over worked and felt under compensated, but I did learn a lot about customer service and myself.
Good pay, decent benefits, good social experience
Almost no breaks, only when driving to another job, poor management
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 17, 2017
I am a very hard worker who's dependable and quick to learn. I have Excellent customer service skills,office skills,lock box, and cash handling experience. I know with the knowledge and experience I have. I will be a great asset to your company.
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Former Employee) – Deer Park, NY – April 13, 2017
long days with 1 day off if you have a redo you will have a even longer day the next day most employees are doing drugs and have stolen from the company not managed well you will be promised a promotion and will not get it dont make plans on the days ur working
fishing trip mid summer on your only day off
you will get layed off and will be forced to wok long hours all employees do drugs
Fun work place, love dealing with custmers. And alot of sales
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Current Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – December 28, 2016
If you want to raise you have to go out there and get it I been workin for Stanley Steemer for 3 years. The first year was really tough because I had to understand no one feed my family but me. I had to work it in break ice with a lot of customers learn how to sale I mean I thought I knew it because I've manage restaurants clothing stores Etc. And dealt with people but sales was difficult things to do my first year at Stanley Steemer the most important thing that I've learned from working Stanley Steemer is believing in the product educating the customers educating the customer is the most important thing if you want to close a deal that's any line of work educate yourself on the product it speak for itself.
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Current Employee) – West Virginia – November 21, 2016
We had a first time manager that didn't know what she was doing. Not only that but she started picking favorites and promoting people she liked instead of people who actually worked for a promotion. You get paid commission which means you don't get paid for driving even if you have to go 2 hours away. Very inconsistent work and pay. You can work 60 hours one week and only make $400 and you can work 20 hours next week and make $600. You never know when you are going home because you have no ending time. Each office is different, just because the office I worked at is bad doesn't mean they all are. I know of employees in another branch that make on average $1,000 a week because they have good management.
You have a partner, not in an office all day, weekly pay
Inconsistent hours and pay, expensive medical, long drives
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Former Employee) – Bellefonte, PA – August 29, 2016
you can never have an outside life outside of stanley steemer you never know when you are working on when you get off the owner has his children as management and the son treats all the employees like garbage
Carpet Cleaning (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – June 10, 2016
company has opportunities to move up into management. co workers are friendly most enjoyable part is meeting the customers needs and services. typical 11 hour day. benefits 401k insurance health dental and pto.
Pay is almost down right illegal, they advertise great pay and tell you in your interview all this money you would make but you make nearly bucks an hour after its all said and done. You get comission at 10 percent, average job at 100 bucks, takes an hour to do a job and an hour to drive to the next job, factor in your daily redos, which is when a customer wasn't satisfied you must go back, and never to your own mistake btw, redos are free of charge so no comissions. Terrible comapny, work 90 hours and pray for 400 a week in compensation
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 19, 2016
Customers were great but a usual day at work would be 13 hours at. I learned to work heavy machinery at expert level which I am thankful for and I also improved my knowledge of sales and customer service. Managers kept moral high. My co workers were great. The hardest part of the job was that I barely saw my family. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people, gaining their trust and respect, and making their day and the experience we provided as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
Carpet Cleaning Technician (Former Employee) – New Berlin, WI – December 30, 2015
The hours are long but the benefits and pay are great, fun company. The hardest part of this job is not having enough off time to take care of business, they rely on an employee request off system which does not always work properly.