Overall Reviews at Republic Services
Receiving Supervisor | Oberlin, OH | Mar 30, 2020
Republic Services has allowed me to cross-train many positions within the corporation which has given me experience in different types of employment which in turn will be a future benefit.
Equipment Operator | Lakeland, FL | Feb 16, 2020
Toxic culture, poor working conditions
If you are shopping for hepatitis, this is the place! If you’re looking for backstabbing and pettiness bingo, do as I say not as I do... sign up! Management is the good ol’ boy club!
ProsCan’t think of any based on my time there
ConsHigh turnover, no team concept
Customer Service Representative | Ogden, UT | Apr 25, 2020
This is an okay company to work for, the pay stinks, but the hours are pretty good and flexible if you work in the office environment. The benefits are pretty good too
Phone Operator | Phoenix, AZ | Feb 4, 2020
You can make Bank
Still in training. I said I'm still in training they helped me a very much. They want nothing more than for me to succeed and be a great asset to this company. They have plenty of money to share.
ProsGreat pay and overtime
Cons5 days a week no time to do anything after work really
Customer Specialist | Charlotte, NC | Nov 1, 2019
great place to work
they offer excellent benefits, its Monday-Friday 7-6pm office hours managers work with you in your personal needs and is not hard to learned the system
Project Manager | Phoenix, AZ | Aug 15, 2018
The communication at Republic is almost non-existent. We had no idea what was going on anywhere else in the company since we were moved away from the corporate office.
Executive Administrative Assistant | Berwyn, PA | Jun 14, 2018
Not interested in rating this company or its managers or a work day
I did not like it there and I would never recommend anyone to work there managers and employees not friendly
Operations Manager | Murfreesboro, TN | Feb 14, 2020
Poor managed work place.
Would never recommend anyone to work for them, I've seen a lot of good people give there all to this company and get stabbed it the back by them, by being fired to cover things up.
Regional Director | Crestwood, IL | Oct 18, 2019
Up and Out Mentality. Sink or Swim. Give you less than a year to Swim.
I was hired into a new role from outside the company, they did not tell me that they were only giving 9 months to succeed in a market where Republic is severely disadvantaged. I left a secure job that I had performed well at specifically to join Republic and then 9 months later I find myself unemployed. They offered no job training or support, basically sink or swim culture and mentality.
Truck Driver | Peosta, IA | Jan 1, 2020
Problematic and often chaotic planning
The company struggles with gaining keeping well suited employees. Management styles are often chaotic conflicting manager directives makes for a poor system of direction. Managers are ina constant power struggle with one another.
ConsPoor employee input on corrective actions.