GCA Services Employee Reviews about "good company"
31% would recommend to a friend
(13 total reviews)
43% approve of CEO
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- "Management is bad." (in 25 reviews)
- "Low Pay; no support." (in 19 reviews)
- "Upper management are outside of industry, don't care about employees and are only concerned with how much money they.can" (in 18 reviews)
- "The managers do NOT answer their emails." (in 12 reviews)
- "No benefits except expensive insurance, no raises ever, and no promotions." (in 9 reviews)
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Updated 11 Nov 2023
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- 5.07 Jan 2016Area ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSalt Lake City, UT
Great company with great leadership. Utah region is growing and has a lot of support from upper management in making it become a major market.
Nothing really. This company is one where you get what you put in. If you're a hard worker you will be rewarded.
- 5.017 Apr 2015Manufacturing OperatorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearAustin, TX
The interview and hiring process was really straight forward. I work the night shift early in the week. The rules were made a clear and did my best. The result was I received a bonus and raise my first six months. The one negative is GCA doesn't offer tuition reimbursement but not many companies do these days. The site manager is receptive and the office team helped me with an issue last month.
Insurance is not very good.1
- 3.017 Apr 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearChicago, IL
If you work hard, are knowledgeable, and have good leadership qualities, you can move up quickly in this company to help build your resume.
There is very little money to be made at GCA which is probably why it is so easy to move up in the company. After spending some time here, you will most likely move on to another company with better pay.
- 1.020 Jun 2017Area ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsJacksonville, FL
Flexible work schedule was the only good thing that was working for this company.
Too many items to list and I could go on for a long time
- 1.030 Sept 2017Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Decent salary, company truck, self control of schedule.
Employees treated crappy, amateur middle level (Regional) managers, for the most part, cheap company as far as getting needed supplies.1
- 4.012 Feb 2016Janitorail LeadFormer Employee, more than 1 yearDallas, TX
Left alone to do your work. Easy work, not a lot of time to get into drama and politics. You come in, you work, you leave. At least, thats how it was for me. They give you a 401k after about a year and a half (I believe). All I know is that one day after about a year and some change with working with the company, I noticed a 401k contribution on my check stub.
Give us cost of living raises every so often. Please. And start us off at a little better pay than 8 dollars an hour. Try $10.00 an hour. I was there 2 years and 9 months and didnt get a raise. Im not certain but I was told that we accrue a week of vacation pay maximum. Give us more please, and here is why: I worked for a community college. And for about a week and a half (Christmas to about January 5) management would not schedule us at all to come in and clean. That week and a half off without any pay really hurts the pocket book.
- 2.027 Apr 2017Regional ManagerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsNashville, TN
Flexible hours, company vehicle and left to operate your account
Company cared more about short term money than long term relationships with customers
- 1.029 May 2014Central Account ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Having free reign in many of Companies you work in is interesting and the client's staff you interact with is great. But you can have that being a hot dog vendor out front.
Too many conference callsand Blah-Blah-Blah, And you actually feel bad for management when they make a lame statement or ask a lame question and you realize they don't even know what they are talking about.. Upper management kicking the customer and employees to the curb--because they know they are the driving force behind any success that may have come gca way. BTW-the A in GCA used to meen Associate's should be changed to P for Peons.1
- 3.024 Oct 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsWinter Haven, FL
Healthcare, PTO time, company paid holidays
incompetent managers who take too much time off, which doesn't matter because I got more accomplished when he wasn't there.
- 3.026 Oct 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Company was once a great place to work and employees cared about one another and their job. The pay for most office and management positions is above average for similar jobs with competitors.
Morale of employees has really suffered with all of the corporate changes lately. Changes are coming too quickly and without any warning. Employees are told that jobs are safe only to be eliminated shortly after. No communication with employees from upper management leaves employees to speculate and rumors to evolve.1