50% of the CEO
Pros – consistent work, you get to be your own boss on the road, meet interesting people and travel the country
Cons – very hard, labor intensive work, the middle managers can be a little condescending towards you, the is no bonus or raises....ever. company charges you for any damages done to furniture, customers home, or equipment. costly health insurance. no room to move up in the company.
Advice to Senior Management – try to give a raise once in a while, a guy that has been doing the job for 10 years should not make the same as a guy that has been doing it 2 weeks. create some sort of safety bonus or retention program to keep good talent inside the company. you are bleeding good people.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – The people are all for the most part great people. Your fellow employees make the work worth it. The work is steady.
Cons – The pay is below average. There is also little chance to move up the company. There are usually very little bonuses if they even have them.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – It is a decent place to work. As with any place, there are up's and down's... don't expect to move up within the company often/easily. Those ranks tend to stay filled.
Cons – Management often times seems disconnected from the employee's. It's a family owned company but it seems that over the years, it's slowly felt more and more like a 'big corporation' rather than a family company. It's a decent place to work for but unless you're one of the few lucky 'insiders' don't expect to have a long rewarding career.
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