Inside Sales (Former Employee) – Colorado – November 3, 2018
Your best asset is your co-workers. Upper management is tough to deal with if your not a buddy of there's. Not much growth potential . Hardest part of the job was not having the equipment to rent out to customers. Management didn't want to hear they didn't have equipment. They just said make it happen.
Two faced company that doesn't care about it's employees
Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – November 7, 2018
Forget about working here if you have health problems or a family. You have to 200% dedicated to this job and not have any issues outside of work because they don't care. They hire temps and drag them along with a hope of hiring them.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – August 7, 2018
Due to the high turnover in staff, work is typically busy, the lack of air conditioning combined with the type of uniform required makes summer work days rather broiling. Due to the lack of staff it is often difficult getting cross trained. Management in my experience has a rather hands off approach as they are consistently busy.
Warehouse journeyman (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – June 21, 2018
great job for career has all benefits paid time for vacations has oppertinunity to advance in many field it was to bad i got laid off in 2009 i highly recomend this comapny they take care of there employees
Technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – April 30, 2018
Horrible management from the top to the bottom. Guys came and went as they pleased. The manager literally told me when interviewing me, that the denver location was not a place that I wanted to stay very long. He was not lieing!
Basically a free for all, not much micro managing
bad management, terrible shop, terrible co workers, terrible enviornment
. Worked in the Farmington area. Always micromanaged and over worked. Never enough workers. Singled out if you weren't a favorite. Opinion didn't matter. Always expected more of you. You were never good enough. Pay was only 12 an hour and worked a minimum of 10 hour days 5 days a week. Management just needed some work.
Not sure what it was (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – January 30, 2018
I agree w/ a prior comment, owners wife managing I.T. was really uncomfortable. She lacked in management skills and failed me badly! It was RIDICULOUS! Too many games, power games, nepotism, and on and on.
Credit Analyst (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – November 13, 2017
Used to be proud to be an employee but recent (3 years) changes have made it a horrible experience. IT is managed by the owners wife so she decides whats important. Accounting acts as if the owners died and they became boss. No more company wide holiday potlucks due to management worrying about productivity. No more family picnics because it's more important to remodel the main lobby. Don't talk, show up to work, repeat.
Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Windsor, CO – October 31, 2017
Wagner is an ok place to work. We at Wagner are expected to work all the time and know "everything", however the pay is low and the management is poor. There is no support from management when there is a problem with a customer. They insulate themselves from problems and expect their techs to take the blame and resolve the issue. Management also expect field techs to exceed DOT operating hours of service, but if you're caught by DOT it's your problem and management will not stand up for employees. The "old school" way of managing is not going to work any longer. There needs to be newer ideas and better ways of managing employees.
Journeyman heavy equipment mechanic (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – August 1, 2017
Decent pay, benefits and good job security. Company provides training to keep employees updated on new products. Safe place to work with all PPE provided. The problem with this company is they don't listen to there employees. Morale is very low in all areas of service. This is due to the numerous friends and relatives hired that cannot perform there duties.