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30 days ago

Service and Sales Representative (SSR)

Auto-Chlor System Manteca, CA

Auto-Chlor System is a nationwide leader in the restaurant equipment and hospitality cleaning products arena, helping restaurants of all sizes… Glassdoor


30 days ago

Rebuilder

Auto-Chlor System Manteca, CA

AND DUTIES: • Completes a thorough tear-down and rebuild of each piece of equipment assigned. Completed rebuilds are clean, problem free and… Glassdoor


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Jerry L Ivy
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    Former SSR Morton Grove, Il (DON'T WALK AWAY FROM THIS POSITION, RUN!)

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    Former Employee - Sales and Service Representative  in  Morton Grove, IL
    Former Employee - Sales and Service Representative in Morton Grove, IL

    I worked at Auto-Chlor System full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Staff and upper management seem supportive and positive. Benefits are pretty decent, day goes by pretty fast.

    Cons

    Management gives false or non-existent feedback on performance. Branch manager gave me a positive review after only three weeks with the company, I thought I was doing well and was let go a week later. The pay is a joke for what your asked to do on a Dailey basis, this includes; lifting a ton of chemicals onto truck first thing in the morning than up and down stairs threw elevators etc. Overtime required pretty much everyday so don't make plans to do anything but go home and sleep after work. So your basically a service tech/salesperson/bill collector. Your encouraged to pressure patrons of the company to buy additional overpriced cleaning products, you the same person who threatens to disable the machine if the don't pay their bill...

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    Make it clear what you expect from your employees, give them feedback on how their preforming. Train them and train them well. Pay people what's right instead of having such a high turnover. This is not a sign of a strong company.

    Doesn't Recommend
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