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ARS Rescue Rooter Jobs & Careers in Pacific, WA

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30+ days ago

Commerical Account Representative

American Residential Services Pacific, WA +2 locations

Send your resume to htran@ars.com or come by in person: 175A Roy Rd SW Suite 101 Pacific, Wa… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Licensed Plumbers--Bonuses Offered!

American Residential Services Pacific, WA

* Be thorough in inspections and accurate in quoting replacements or repairs. * Repair or install sewer, drain and water lines. * Install or repair… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Dispatcher/Customer Service

American Residential Services Seattle, WA

*Provide timely response and feedback to the customer regarding customer questions. *Makes outbound calls to customer… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Drain Cleaner--Bonuses Offered!

American Residential Services Seattle, WA

* Be thorough in inspections and accurate in quoting replacements or repairs. * Cleans drains in homes and commercial buildings. * Performs… CareerBuilder


16 days ago

Outside Sales Position

American Residential Services Seattle, WA

* Sell home repair/services to residential customers. * Identify prospects utilizing creative lead generating techniques. * Present sales… CareerBuilder


ARS Rescue Rooter Reviews

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Don Karnes
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    Humiliating Place to Work

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    Former Employee - Journeyman Plumber in Pacific, WA
    Former Employee - Journeyman Plumber in Pacific, WA

    I worked at ARS Rescue Rooter

    Pros

    Company provides your vehicle and gas. You do earn vacation time for hours worked. You do have paid vacation time.

    Cons

    Management puts down employees. Shouts and tries to humiliate employees into better job performance. As in requiring employees to singing "I'm a Little Teapot" if your cell phone goes off during a meeting.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to encourage performance in a positive way. Try to understand the situation before condemnation begins. Do not ask employees to do things that are wrong. Realize your employees want to succeed as much as you would like them to in a difficult economic climate. Also, realize that it makes it very hard to go out into the public and represent your company well after you've just sat through another put down session.

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