Full-Time Dispatcher / Temp (Former Employee) – Sun Valley, CA – February 16, 2018
No life in there your a slave to that job. One day off, management very unorganized. Training is very bad. Over time is good. They didnt trained me well I had it to learn on my own. Theirs no communication there.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas – February 14, 2018
Fast paced environment getting trucks out to vendors and clients jog was too big or small. Environment can be loud so distraction can occur if not focused. Management was low key and and never micro managed as long as project and or job was competed was left alone to do your job. The enjoyable was causal dress code and most had a laid back attitude.
I love a challenge and this job gave me that and more. I worked anywhere from 40-55 hours a week and very rarely did we have slow time. It made the day go faster. Typical day started at 6 am and ended at 4 pm. It would start with weighing the refuse trucks from the company and then open at 7 am for the public and contractors. I loved interacting with the employees and the customers on a daily basis. it was a friendly atmosphere until the company was bought out and new management took over. They started downsizing and replacing with their people, benefits changed, rules changed and that happy atmosphere went away as well. People were quick to throw others under the bus to save their own jobs. That was the hardest part of my job actually was watching the change take over and it was definitely not for the good.
the friendliness of the customers and the employees
Class B CDL Driver (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 12, 2018
I only went back here because they bought my company out the pay was very well but I believe it’s a very stressful work environment which to me causes unsafe work environment you are paid by can so you have to chase the cans in order to make money management among supervisors and operations mngr were poor to say the least they micro manage and it’s always the drivers fault the superviser I had seemed very happy when he got to write you up money benefits good driver turn around probably around 78% because of poor management
Residential driver (Former Employee) – Pierson, MI – February 11, 2018
Horrible management always make up rules everyday to try to make your life harder. If you fall behind you never got help from management to get your route done. Pay is horrible for what management wants you to do. If management gets yelled at management take it out on their employees/crew because they don’t do their own job expect drivers to do it all for them.
Sorter (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – February 11, 2018
Terrible atmosphere, the management is corrupt. They don't comply to osha regulations as far as their employees being certified on machinery. No room for advancement. 10 hour shifts with only one 15 mintute break with a 30 min lunch break.
Over the last 2 years the company has changed its sales culture .
Growth Rep (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 11, 2018
The company has consistantly made changes in our pay structure and the market we are allowed to sell to. They now look at sales as a expense instead of revenue producing. Upper management is not intune with sales because all of them come from a operations background. My typical day was to cold call on 20 to 25 accounts and try to earn their business.
fast pace environment quick problem solving some math req.
Operations-Dispatch (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – February 10, 2018
multi-tasking such as answering phones customers at front windows and Motorola chirp talk system make sure all trash is picked up at the end of day from every area proof read paper work tally up total trash for the day as well as pick ups for tomorrow excel spreadsheets learned how to manage my time efficiently work day goes by quickly management was okay easy to get along with culture was great drivers had been there for years all known each other for years
Normal Office Environment in a re-structuring company
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Vidalia, GA – February 8, 2018
This was a normal office environment for a re-structuring company. I enjoy the position, but it is relocating the main office to Waycross and I cannot afford to pick up and move over 2 hours from home.
They dont pay you enough for everything they want you to do. I felt like I was running the whole company. They stick together and always put me in the middle of grown up drama. I literally just waled out and never returned.