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13 English questions out of 13

August 24, 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Cleantech Service Group?

Pros

Good environment to get entry level experience. Was able to get the experience I needed to move onto a better opportunity. Environment is friendly, and fun. Staff are easy to get along with. Enjoyed working there for the first part of my employment. Low barriers to entry. I was able to take on more responsibility rapidly. There is room for growth (not much monetarily though which is why career opportunities are overall mediocre).

Cons

Poor starting compensation, and salary increases are poor as well. Although given/falling into more responsibility there was not much incentive to excel. Leadership wasn't strong at the top, and in my time they fired the COO who was in reality running the company. They fired them to cut costs. When hiring field personnel, unfortunately the game plan is to not pay them much. This led to ridiculous turnover and affected client service a lot. Operations staff had a very difficult time with issues stemming from volatile field labour; this is caused by low pay. Operations staff would sometimes work 50 hour weeks; although there were some flex days etc.

Advice to Management

Increase salaries for core staff, and increase compensation/contract rates for field staff. This would help to stop ridiculous turnover in the field, and in the office which would lead to better client service.

There is room for growth (not much monetarily though which is why career opportunities are overall mediocre).

August 24, 2020

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August 24, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Cleantech Service Group?

Pros

Good environment to get entry level experience. Was able to get the experience I needed to move onto a better opportunity. Environment is friendly, and fun. Staff are easy to get along with. Enjoyed working there for the first part of my employment. Low barriers to entry. I was able to take on more responsibility rapidly. There is room for growth (not much monetarily though which is why career opportunities are overall mediocre).

Cons

Poor starting compensation, and salary increases are poor as well. Although given/falling into more responsibility there was not much incentive to excel. Leadership wasn't strong at the top, and in my time they fired the COO who was in reality running the company. They fired them to cut costs. When hiring field personnel, unfortunately the game plan is to not pay them much. This led to ridiculous turnover and affected client service a lot. Operations staff had a very difficult time with issues stemming from volatile field labour; this is caused by low pay. Operations staff would sometimes work 50 hour weeks; although there were some flex days etc.

Advice to Management

Increase salaries for core staff, and increase compensation/contract rates for field staff. This would help to stop ridiculous turnover in the field, and in the office which would lead to better client service.

There is room for growth (not much monetarily though which is why career opportunities are overall mediocre).

August 24, 2020

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August 24, 2020

What is the feeling of job security at Cleantech Service Group?

Pros

Good environment to get entry level experience. Was able to get the experience I needed to move onto a better opportunity. Environment is friendly, and fun. Staff are easy to get along with. Enjoyed working there for the first part of my employment. Low barriers to entry. I was able to take on more responsibility rapidly. There is room for growth (not much monetarily though which is why career opportunities are overall mediocre).

Cons

Poor starting compensation, and salary increases are poor as well. Although given/falling into more responsibility there was not much incentive to excel. Leadership wasn't strong at the top, and in my time they fired the COO who was in reality running the company. They fired them to cut costs. When hiring field personnel, unfortunately the game plan is to not pay them much. This led to ridiculous turnover and affected client service a lot. Operations staff had a very difficult time with issues stemming from volatile field labour; this is caused by low pay. Operations staff would sometimes work 50 hour weeks; although there were some flex days etc.

Advice to Management

Increase salaries for core staff, and increase compensation/contract rates for field staff. This would help to stop ridiculous turnover in the field, and in the office which would lead to better client service.

They fired them to cut costs.

August 24, 2020

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August 24, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Cleantech Service Group?

Pros

Good environment to get entry level experience. Was able to get the experience I needed to move onto a better opportunity. Environment is friendly, and fun. Staff are easy to get along with. Enjoyed working there for the first part of my employment. Low barriers to entry. I was able to take on more responsibility rapidly. There is room for growth (not much monetarily though which is why career opportunities are overall mediocre).

Cons

Poor starting compensation, and salary increases are poor as well. Although given/falling into more responsibility there was not much incentive to excel. Leadership wasn't strong at the top, and in my time they fired the COO who was in reality running the company. They fired them to cut costs. When hiring field personnel, unfortunately the game plan is to not pay them much. This led to ridiculous turnover and affected client service a lot. Operations staff had a very difficult time with issues stemming from volatile field labour; this is caused by low pay. Operations staff would sometimes work 50 hour weeks; although there were some flex days etc.

Advice to Management

Increase salaries for core staff, and increase compensation/contract rates for field staff. This would help to stop ridiculous turnover in the field, and in the office which would lead to better client service.

Leadership wasn't strong at the top, and in my time they fired the COO who was in reality running the company.

August 24, 2020

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September 1, 2021

How is management perceived at Cleantech Service Group?

Pros

Cleantech has been nothing but fantastic for me. I have seen the transition from management and can tell the difference from before to right now. Owners are involved and the COO is the nicest guy to work for. Communication has been great within the office. Although reaching out to field operatives is still not the best, the management team has made a concerned effort to get things better with new hires and communication tactics. Definitely a company I will be staying at,

Cons

Nothing as of this time

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you are doing

Although reaching out to field operatives is still not the best, the management team has made a concerned effort to get things better with new hires and communication tactics.

September 1, 2021

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