Our NW Teammates ventured to the Atlanta Toys for Tots warehouse for two days of volunteering and fellowship!
The Good Deeds Team Co-Directors, Greg Green and Kristen Milligan, along with Northwest’s Creative Learning Specialist, Melissa Shiver, were honored to attend and speak at the WIDA National Conference in Detroit, Michigan.
Northwest Exterminating, an Atlanta-based pest control company, was established in 1951 by L.A. Phillips and his wife, Emma Lene Phillips. The company was founded on the values of honesty, integrity, and excellence. Today these values still remain the core of Northwest Exterminating as we have grown from a family of 2 to a family of over 500 team members and multiple service centers throughout Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, & South Carolina. We specialize in residential and commercial termite control, pest control, mosquito control, wildlife services, lawn care and insulation.
Team Member Benefits:
As much as Northwest Exterminating is in the pest control business, we're even more so in the people business. It's that train of thinking that pushes us to think outside the box on how we can better serve the communities we live and work in; the creation of our Good Deeds Team came from just that. The Good Deeds team is an active part of the Northwest Family that seeks out and partners with local schools, businesses and organizations to create an impact throughout our communities. We love that we get the chance to help not only our customers protect their homes from pest, termites, mosquitoes, insulation, lawn, and wildlife issues but also help our communities become even better places to call home.
I have been working at Northwest Exterminating (GA) full-time (More than 8 years)
Extremely family oriented, very professional, initiative and truly cares not only for their customers but for their teammates as well.
Almost 10 years now and there is really nothing I would consider being a con.
Advice to Management
Just to continue treating the NW family like family, both teammates and customers.
Two rounds of panel interviews with different managers. Most interviews are panel interviews but it depends on the position. The Interviewers will also vary based on the position. The panel can be anywhere from two to five people.
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