mechanic B (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 31, 2018
Over period of 3 years had the privilege to learn in a field that continuously experience new issues most electrical. Great people to work together as a team towards maintaining a fleet of over 150 trucks.
Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 29, 2018
Long Hours and high stress job. Low moral at our division. Very demanding. Not much supporting help. Nobody to fill in when you take time off. You felt as if you could not leave early or take time off because the job would not get done.
Stressful, not compensated the same for vacation, too demanding
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 29, 2018
I worked for this company and it was the worst experience I ever had . Management is very unorganized, unprofessional. I overheard a conversation regarding African Americans and braids and tattoos. I went to hr about what I heard and was advised it was a misunderstanding. On top of overworking and lack of advancement. I decided to quit and go to a company and make less pay but appreciated like any hard worker should . Don’t waste your time . The turn over rate is high because of lack of training and mangers . Nice pay but a waste of time!!!
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Los Banos, CA – May 28, 2018
1. A typical day at work is non stop 2. I have learned a lot 3. Mangement is good 4. Workplace culture is fun 5. The hardest part of the job is working in the heat 6. The most enjoyable part of the job is working on my own
Line Operator (Former Employee) – Kenmore, NY – May 28, 2018
Great place to work if you life a fast paced environment. Very relaxed atmosphere to the point of being able to listen to music on headphones while working. Once a month they have a free cookout for lunch involving hotdogs and hamburgers with a few sides.
Customer Relations Director (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 25, 2018
With only a few exceptions at this large company, the managers and employees were very fun to work with.
I built relationships with really hundreds of employees, including drivers and inside customer service representatives. Also, the team of managers, of which I belonged. Had dozens of good relationships with a large client base, as well.
Good culture for the most part. I learned how to lead and take responsibility under the tutelage of a couple of very strong area presidents.
I held several positions, so it is difficult to say how a typical day went.
Presidents and other superiors trained me, then allowed me to manage successfully
Only a couple of negative experiences with higher ups...for the most part a good career.
Manager (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 25, 2018
I felt like this is where my career went to die. You have to be in the 'click' to get advanced, otherwise you are a pawn for the management to play with for their amusement and political power. Your experience here will depend greatly by what your position is in this company and who you report to, but I wont risk it taking a job here in hope you win that lottery.
None but a paycheck
Cut throat, Favortism, long hours, lack of advancement
Management at the Yorktown location treats workers like children
Fleet Maintenance Mechanic B (Former Employee) – Yorktown, VA – May 24, 2018
Plagued with bad management decisions followed by blaming employees for failures to plan and address known problems. It takes very thick skin to survive at the Yorktown location. I made it a year and a half until I lost my temper and said somethings that cost me my job for yelling at a supervisor / insubordination.
Wont provide training to keep techs current on new technology
Its like a marriage thats over only no o e wants to call it.
Driver/Operator (Current Employee) – Montana – May 19, 2018
Started out great. Good vibe good people. Started trying to get xtra training,and it never happened. You've got to play along,to get along. The harder you try,the more they push back.show up,shut up,and do your job. People show up,all fired up,to makea differnce,they end up moving on.
Residential Driver (Former Employee) – Tyngsboro, MA – May 18, 2018
co hires temps that can not do or meet osha requirements to save money but costs time drivers in time. Has very poor HAR department. Does not accept valid medical leave for employees would rather terminate them