No raises. They pay commission. The 'Pay for Performance' structure they have put in place to allow Two Maids to dock your pay if you underperform and receive a complaint. So, you get 20% commission on each job you do, but if there's a complaint your commission is docked down to 18%. -Former Manager
The pay scale at two Maids & a mop is set up on a system called pay-for-performance. Cleaners make more money when they perform well. There is a base Commission is 18% , but you are able to make up to 20% of each cleaning depending on how well you clean each home. That means that each pay period You actually have the opportunity for a raise. If your work ethic does not reflect the pay, do not expect a raise. If you are a hard worker and do what you are asked to do ALWAYS expect to make more money than your peers. Going into a cleaning and half doing it, or receiving a lot of customer complaints will never get you a raise. It will also never get you advancement within the company.
There are no raises. Pay is strictly commission. The most you can get paid is set indefinitely. No higher than their set amount no matter how many hours worked, miles travelled, or great reviews received. Incentives are a joke. Ranging from 5 to 20 dollars a month depending on how many reviews you were able to get.
It all depends on the franchise individually, however they happen alot across the country. It is based on how well you perform what you make per house and depending on your manager and the owner of that location they offer bonuses weekly, and raises/PTO depending on years of service. And they promote from within. So if you want it the only thing stopping you from making more money is YOU
Depends on how well you clean what you get paid. However, that is not to say that raises do not occur and for EXCEPTIONAL service. They promote within. Manager's in new stores especially will hire within for Training Managers and for Assistant Managers. That being said, PHC's are still cleaning but if you are willing to put in the work to show just how much you want it and are qualified and capable. That will not go unnoticed by management. But do not expect to be promoted if you never work hard and never told your manager that you were interested, or your work ethic does not reflect said position.
They don't give raises. As for the person who claims you get paid more for the pay for performance plan, that's a lie. You make base pay when you get the best rating and lose money when you get lower ratings. So tired of this company scamming people.
Never. I worked there 9 months and never recieved a raise nor did the one girl who worked there longer than me.
They don't I think if you work there for a while they should try to give a form of a pay raise even with commission
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