"Was told "EVEN WHEN THE CUSTOMER IS WRONG, THEY ARE RIGHT!! THEY CAN SWEAR, AND WE HAVE TO PUT UP WITH IT!! IF YOU LIKE ALOT OF FILTHY LANGUAGE..THEN THIS IS THE PLACE TO WORK!!"
"Great place to work and wold recommend anyone to work there"
"Waste Management is a great company to work for. However, it is extremely hard to get advancements. The company is competitive with initial salary packages. Most people that work there are comfortable and happy so there is not a lot of turn around."
"I’ve worked for WM for 2 years as a gas Technician. The job and the people are absolutely awesome. I had a good relationship with my boss however the workload to pay was not balanced. Everyone makes more money than you do and you are constantly busting yours but. Good stepping stone job to get experienced though"
"great company, keeping my options open and maybe someday I will be back."
"If you are thinking about going to this site, you’ll work 12-14 hours per day, have endless hours of paper work to do and have lots of tedious time demands. Doing this job requires constant engagement and you have to be involved from start to finish. That’s about as factual as I can be. But now, for my opinion. You will be incredibly under paid for those hours since you are on salary. Their organizational plan depends on manager attrition because the workforce is more likely to do favors for new people. The majority of your fellow managers will cheat to look like they win. Expect them to look to you to falsify documents. Only a handful of managers make it past a year. About 1/10. If you have a big ego, you might survive. But you’ll have to tolerate your vacations being cancelled. I think they are about 30 years behind the rest of civilized business at this site. I’d like to say better things, but there’s a lot of change needed there"
"I have work for this company for almost 4 years and I deal with a lot of customers, different company. My company I am working for now deals with Hazmat Regulations, 40 Hour Hazwoper, RCRA, Compliance, communication, Continuous Improvement, Pollution Prevention. Loading Tank Wagon, Inspections, Paperwork, Fork Lift Operator, Shipping and Receiving, Dock worker etc, Dot regulation, Billings, Streamline, Organized and Detailed Documentation, Effective and Direct Communication..."
"Dear Company Representative: Enclosed is a resumé, briefly outlining my background and qualifications, for your review and consideration. As reflected in my resumé, I have extensive experience in managing high volume recycling, and processing operations. This encompasses all staff selection/supervision, coordinating daily operations, maintenance, compliance administration and project planning. I specialize in adapting operations to meet critical time and budgetary goals. My background also includes planning and implementing new processes, equipment and technologies. My training includes in-depth insight to multiple health, safety, regulatory and compliance functions which allows me to remain current with ever-changing industry trends. I have been selected to manage key projects and assist other operations in implementing new processes. I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to discuss my qualifications with you in more depth. To arrange for a personal interview, you may call me at (714) 713-5147. Or, if you prefer, you may e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely,"
"Worked with WM since 2013. The culture is ever changing."
"I worked with DRM for 16 months. I worked well with coworkers and my supervisors knew they can give me any task to work on. The atmosphere was relaxed but professional."
"Waste Management is a great company to work for. The culture and benefits they provide for their employees put them far ahead of many companies. I would recommend Waste Management as a wonderful company to work for to anyone looking for a change in career."
"No training, no support. Very disappointed in this company."
"Good job security. Good pay. A lot of hours."
"Recognized company, but horrible at retaining great performers."
"While I enjoyed working at Waste Management, I feel this company is in downward spiral. Yearly raises have been suspended for the last five years, and all the CSR locations have been closed and consolidated to a single building in Houston, TX."
Waste Management has an overall rating of 3.8 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 76 Waste Management Review Ratings left anonymously by Waste Management employees, which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 89% of employees would recommend working at Waste Management.
Waste Management employees earn $45,500 annually on average, or $22 per hour, which is 31% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 23 Waste Management employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Waste Management Salaries by Job Title.
89% of employees would recommend working at Waste Management with the overall rating of 3.8 out of 5. Employees also rated Waste Management 3.6 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.7 for Rewards You Receive, 3.2 for Growth Opportunities and 3.8 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Waste Management is a Director of Procurement at $176,000 annually. Browse Waste Management Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Waste Management is a Forklift Operator at $16,000 annually. Browse Waste Management Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Waste Management to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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