Joe Ross Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Joseph Andrew Ross (born May 21, 1993) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB). The San Diego Padres selected Ross in the first round of the 2011 Major League Baseball draft (25th overall). In 2015 Ross made his major league debut.

A Washington Post article talks about Joe Baker's bellow average pitching, "Baker has subtly kept Joe Ross’s workload below those of his fellow starters — though Gio Gonzalez has actually thrown one-third fewer innings than Ross has. The difference, perhaps, is that while Gonzalez has often come out of games after maximizing his effort through stressful pitches, it seems that, anecdotally, Ross has come out at times when he might have had one more inning left. The result is that Ross is the only Nationals starter not averaging more than 100 pitches per start this season. Scherzer and Strasburg averages 103. Tanner Roark averages 102. Gonzalez averages 101. Ross, who has the third-best ERA of Nationals starters, averages 94."


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House Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"The cleaning job itself isn’t bad if you enjoy being on your feet and cleaning. Its the management being the big reason I don’t recommend working here unless you want to be taken advantage of on the daily making a low wage. Everyday is chaotic with your schedule changing constantly last minute. If you do work here and need a day off write it down and take a picture for proof otherwise will say you never took it off. It’s also hard to get out on time for any appointment or commitment you have so just take the whole day off if anything. This job definitely comes first over your personal life so if that’s not for you then this job isn’t for you as you will constantly need to break your back to make $10 an hour. I left during Covid because wasn’t taking the right precautions and never came back. I also never received any raises in the year I worked there. Cons: Hard on your body, No benefits, No breaks"

Professional House Cleaner (Current Employee) says

"Good for a temporary job. They promise you 600$ a week and before tips. I don't even make 500$. I have finished all the training for a raise 3 weeks ago and haven't seen the increase. You are working with sucky vacuums and mops. You get marked down points of you go too fast or if you go too slow. They don't pay you enough in the first place for the work you do. I'm sorry but 13.50 isn't enough. 14$ isn't even enough, that is what you should be starting off at. The management feeds off of people who suck up to them and you are only really rewarded if you are goodie good. Overall kind of a sucky company to work for. Only cool thing they do is the food drive and the free cleans for cancer patients. They are a very WELL OFF company so they should be giving back to the community anyways Cons: Sucky pay, sucky benefits, poor management"

None (Former Employee) says

"Don't work for this company in new market square yolanda waters is terrible to workers . They loss so many good people due to thier lack of everything Cons: None"

Housekeeper (Former Employee) says

"Awful management and didn’t care about employees. Constantly new people coming in and hours are not set. Also, not $13/hr only $13 when you’re cleaning inside of the house which most of my houses were under an hour to an hour and a half. Cons: Bad pay, bad employer"

Team Lead (Current Employee) says

"13-15.20/hour isn’t the flat rate you’re paid. When you’re driving it’s only down to 10/hour. Management WILL treat you poorly and the workplace is very unprofessional overall. If you want to be pulled in to a bunch of everyday drama with 30+ women than this is the job for you. Even if you do a good job here you’ll still be made to pick up the slack of others. Oh yeah and you have to clean out strangers toilets with no gloves most of time because the management won’t really provide them. Also if you work fulltime here, they WILL yell at you for taking an hour long unpaid lunch break because it’s inconvenient for them when you do that. Cons: No breaks, managers who don’t know what they’re doing, working out until 4:30-5:00 even when you get done early, no flat rate pay"

Professional House Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"the hours included in the job listing are inaccurate- there are regularly days where you work past 5 & the only overtime you get is for while you’re actually cleaning, for example: you can clean a house until 5:10, drive 35 minutes back to the office, & do end of day prep for 15 minutes, meaning you wouldn’t leave work until 6, but you only be paid 10 minutes of overtime. the expected pay included in the job listing is also inaccurate- at starting wages you make $13/hour, & they schedule you for roughly 30 (usually less) hours a week so paychecks are under $400. you get overworked & don’t have time or energy to take care of your own things that need to be taken care of & management is largely unsympathetic to that. furthermore, any 5 star reviews left in september 2020 cannot be trusted as management gave the incentive of winning a $100 gift card if a 5 star review was left for the company. untrustworthy company & awful work itself. please do yourself a favor & don’t work here"

House Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"The job is very hard. It really takes a toll on your body."

Housekeeping (Current Employee) says

"Don’t waste your time very poor company to work for they expect you to bust butt but don’t pay you drive your own vehicle for pennies on the mileage. They say there a green company but use bleach like crazy supplies break all the time they need to put the extra money into better quality supplies. They also say you’ll get raises but have stopped them"

Housekeeper (Current Employee) says

"The boss is super mean and doesn't care about anyone but himself. You have to drive your own car. When you are driving to the house you make minimum wage and when you are in the house cleaning you get $12. Cons: Driving your own car. Everyone smokes pot. Everyone smoke in the car"

Housekeeping (Former Employee) says

"I worked here for about three months. The management is a joke, the amount of favoritism here is unfathomable. Your "teammates" are a joke, too. Your clients, with the exception of a few nice ones, treat you like garbage and talk down to you, only because you are their cleaning woman. I wasted my time, energy, and spirit being a slave to this place for not enough compensation to warrant the treatment I received. Cons: Everything."

Housekeeping (Former Employee) says

"Dont work there they dont care about you or family. Keep looking for a better company one that cares about you and how much money they can make off of you."

Certified Professional House Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"Work-life balance"

Professional House Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"● Work-life balance"

Cleaner full time (Former Employee) says

"Horrible job u work to hard for the pay and its not $14hr till ur 10th day and its 11$ for when ur in the car driving not normal pay i worked there for 9 days the fired my on 9th day no reason y they fired me and the qc ppl just drive around all day doing nothing getting paid more then the hard working cleaners and they have favoritism so u gotta watch for that and they say u have to have speed and quality they say you'll gain speed in 6 weeks however they constantly told me my quality was good just gotta speed up but got let go after day 9 horrible work environment"

Housekeeper (Former Employee) says

"This location likes to favoritism the people that has been there for a year. But they dont know how to clean. I thought if your a cleaning company you know how to clean right? No these people had me training for 3 weeks back the trainers did not know how to train. Also all it is there is drama. If you have a kid dont work here. That is going to be your second kid with a lot of .drama.dramaPromise you you will thaj Cons: None"

Housekeeper (Former Employee) says

"If I can give any advice it would be to turn tail and run. Be aware that they make you sign a contract that if you quit without notice they will take half of your last paycheck, only they won’t take half they will take the whole thing all together and because you signed the contract there’s nothing you can do. The management doesn’t actually care about you or your success they only care about making money. They don’t have a way for employees to keep track of their hours as you don’t clock in, they leave it to the office manager to keep track of your hours and you are supposed to just trust that they are putting in the right amount. The company as a whole is bad and I’m pretty sure what they are doing is illegal but unless you have money to take them to court there’s nothing you can do but file a complaint at the department of labor. Cons: Literally everything about this company is a con."

Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"I worked there for a few months, and it was the worst. I never brought home more than 438 dollars every 2 weeks. my gas was never paid for (advertised AS SUCH), not allowed to stop for lunch or drink or a break. We literally had to go on our hands and knees to clean washrooms and other areas. Only allowed us so many cloths for cleaning, disgusting. and We worked from 8 am-5 pm. I could go on. it's just terrible, don't kid yourself. Unless you're their favourite you can forget getting any respect or value. And they definitely aren't luxury homes. not once in the 6 months I worked there did we do any nice homes. they places we went to were pigsty! Cons: everything"

Certified cleaner (Former Employee) says

"You never feel appreciated working here. They use favoritisms a lot in this place. They don’t care about their employees at all besides if your in the in crowd and even then if you go against them they will turn on you real quick. Customers you meet here aren’t to bad, most are nice but you do come a crossed some bad apples. But I would not work here again even given the chance."

House Cleaner (Former Employee) says

"I've worked at this company for at least 7 months, and it wasn't a desirable experience. The staff members, especially the manager is rude and don't help in setting a comfortable environment. I wouldn't recommend anyone working here."

Cleaning Specialist/Trainer/office work (Former Employee) says

"you get paid 11-12 an hour. Or so you think. You only get paid that amount for the time u in the house. U can lil than 8$ for travel and distance pay. Not worth the hard work and effort."