Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Henderson, CO – April 8, 2018
I have never seen a more mismanaged place in my life. The people in charge have no idea how the shop or transportation department is supposed to be ran. The only thing they seemed to know how to do is tell and throw temper tantrums when things weren't to their satisfaction. Not 1 of them could actually do the job for which they were in charge... Don't waste your time...
General Manager (Former Employee) – Reserve, LA – March 20, 2018
Good company, unrealistic goals, management out of touch with reality, employees out for themselves, no sense of team. Always missing something, it could be missing information on job or scope of work or missing resources to do job, broken equipment. product bastardized and not repaired properly, poor leadership and profits above all else. At one time when I worked there had 97% repeat customer approval rating, today its probably less than 50 % and nobody cares.
SALES REPRESENTATIVE - LEVEL 3 BRANCH (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 16, 2018
I really enjoyed my time a Williams Scotsman I started as a account manager in Harrisburg, Pa. then was promoted to selling branch manager. The mobile office industry was a fast paced environment and you get to work with many different contractors, school districts, municipalities and office environments. Its a very well run business with allot of advancement opportunities within or throughout the country.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City – August 7, 2017
The company itself is a good company to work for, it is hard to get good help in the shop. There has been a huge growth spurt in Salt Lake and without good help it puts a huge amount of stress and work load on the limited good employees that the shop does have.
extremly cut throat, constant over the shoulder watching. any mistake will be discussed in daily meetings as will be in weekly topics.
Technician (Former Employee) – San Martin, CA – July 22, 2017
unfair and extreme stress environment with no chance for any advancement and in achievable deadlines on an ancient fleet line with no chance at getting any newer. upper management only interested in the all mighty dollar no matter the cost to employee.
holiday schedule is the best i've seen.
extremly low pay for work and enviorment and load.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 14, 2017
En ocasiones se trabaja en el taller, en ocasiones se trabaja en la calle con residencias o comercios. Oportunidad para demostrar tus conocimientos. Muchos clientes dan buenas referencias por tu trabajo.
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Georgetown, TX – January 19, 2017
Worked there for about 4 Months. There was so much work that needed to be done yet we was understaffed and micromanaged. Every second a manager looking over you shoulder and stopping you every other minute. The management team was very unorganized and had very bad communication skills. There was no Training program included. I learned a lot teaching myself how to do things. The employees was great but the managers wasn't at all..
Employees was awesome. I learned a lot
No Training, Management wasnt to great. Un-organized
Modular Building Account Manager (Former Employee) – Berlin, NJ – November 16, 2015
Scotsman is a good place to work, even though they are stuck in past in different departments. They need to review who is in the decision making and review process and revise, this has cost the Company money and prestige. Local branches need more over site on project scope.
Bad project management review process, Bad corporate decision processes
LQT Rep. for outbound calls (Former Employee) – White Marsh, MD – December 11, 2012
A typical day at Williams Scotsman was very relaxing, my co-workers where like a work family, a great team, the most enjoyable part of my job was that I worked at my own pace, in a relaxed competitive enviroment, the hardest part of my job was prospecting when I first started, since I have learned new sales force techinques.