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Work environment is fast paced and you need to be able to multi task with ease and catch on quick.

Answered - Scale Clerk (Current Employee) - Alex, OK

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Hispanic based, Employees not very customer service oriented, Employees get job done regardless of safety concerns

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Ultra corporate/ cut-throat.

Answered - Sales Executive (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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It is very fast paced

Answered - dba Arrow Sanitary (Former Employee) - Portland, OR

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Waste Connections in Placerville California is great the people to work with caring understanding and do what they can for their co-workers and their customers

Answered - Driver (Current Employee) - Diamond Springs, CA 95619

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Mangements a joke dont care about employees. Equipment is junk . They preach saftey and stop work authority but total opposite on r360 side if use that stop work authority you get punished

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A good place just you and your driver fun

Answered - trash man (Current Employee) - Abbott, TX

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Very cliquish. No one goes out of their way to talk to you unless you make a mistake. Then you hear about if from everyone. It's a very stressful, restrictive place to work. The staff is bad enough but some of the customers are worse.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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Beware of manipulative, sneaky, budget driven managers and supervisors. It all looks and sounds great until you realize you are not important, in any way, to them. You can and will be replaced real quick especially if you call them on their actions. It's sugar coated to make you think it's to your benefit but you'll soon realize, only the yes men and those that are happy to be broke will be there very long. Too bad really, potential to be an awesome employer is there, but it's only potential.

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