Outside Sales Manager, Small/ Med. Business (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – May 30, 2017
I effectively organized prospective clients by developing sound marketing plans and maintaining key information in the prospect database. I worked with legal sales contracts between Waste Management and private and government businesses. I enjoyed using in-depth industry and prepared complex proposals and made recommendations on equipment optimization and leasing options. Proposing customer solutions that are compliant with appropriate local, state and federal regulations is becoming tedious.
District Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City Utah – January 11, 2019
Manages the day-to-day Collection and Post-Collection operations of multiple sites, establishes and maintains safety performance, productivity metrics and cost management processes. Develops, implements, and coordinates the safety program for the area.
We were promised we would never work in the rain. But would be paid regardless for that day....lie.every morning at 330 am we had to line up for safety meeting like children and be told things you already know.
Too many restrictions...treat like you like you an idiot
Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – January 8, 2019
My typical starts as I get up early and try to get to work at least 25 minutes before the ‘start time’. In this way, I can avoid any delays due to traffic jams and can still be on time for work. Then, I sit down and plan the day. I jot down what all plans I have to complete and prioritize them depending on their urgency and importance. I check my voice mails and emails and the calendar and try to make plans such as organizing meetings and such. This way I can increase my pace for doing work and can be more productive for the day
ROLL OFF DRIVER (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 7, 2019
I enjoyed my time with WM. The training was extensive and educational and I hope to be back with the company some day. The required schedule that was changed abruptly without much notice forced me to resign. WM has a lot to offer and I hoped to retire with them one day.
Analytical Problem Solver (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – January 6, 2019
I've been contact for over 2 years. Great management, very fair. They rarely hire permanent and I have been working for the same wage for 2 years. I asked for an increase and it was denied even though my work duties have tripled.
Could be an awesome company if management and upper management where change and knew what they were doing
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 6, 2019
Mangment are young immature cause favoritisms throughout the departments. Either your in the crowd or your on your own kissing azz ever day. Old system, poor phone system. System needs to be update or re written so they can condense screens could make the job a lot easier and not so stressful. Having a real system and not having so many duplication of screens and ones we can do with out and having to go back and forth and it would speed up the system with not having so many things running! But for now , Doing to much for no money . Single person could not afford to live off this income there benefits terrible.
Doing all the operators work for them and getting paid less than half of what they make
Laborer (Current Employee) – Danville, IN – January 5, 2019
Worste job you could possibly have,if you are a felon they frown upon that and treat you horrible there would not reccomend working for them at all if you are looking to advance and/or have beneficial things such as health care or dental benefits
They do not hire felons and underpay people who work for them through staffmax llc