ABM Industries Reviews

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ABM Industries President, CEO, and Director Henrik C. Slipsager
Henrik C. Slipsager
41 Ratings
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    The ELITE company that you call on electrical/lighting,energy,hvac&mechanical, janitorial, security personnel etc......

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Operations Manager in Bethune, SC (US)
    Current Employee - Operations Manager in Bethune, SC (US)

    I have been working at ABM Industries full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    This is the largest facility company in the world with over 100,000 employees. A company that you can feel like you are a part of instead of a number! 401k, ESPP, and great health insurance.

    Cons

    I would like to see more chances of promotion of current employees that has the experience and the know how, rather someone else from the exterior, that must acquire the ABM way.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay more attention to the workers by providing across the board medical insurance, even subsidiaries that has been acquired. Our company was purchased in 06/2011, and I have low turn over rate. Most of my employees don't have medical insurance, they have something that is called a medical plan(secondary)

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ABM Industries Interviews

Updated 16 Oct 2014
Updated 16 Oct 2014

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    Human Resource Clerk/Receptionist Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at ABM Industries in October 2014.

    Interview Details

    Very disorganized. Unprofessional Organization. Human Resources does not give a squat about their applicants. BEWARE PPL

    This is for when I was applying for the job as an HR Clerk/ Receptionist. But I think it speaks for the rest of the dept in HR.
    Heres my experience about the HR Clerk position*

    Got a call for HR clerk on 10/8/2014 (WEDS) from a HR rep from ABM in montebello, ca area code. She told me that someone will get in contact with me shortly. 10/10/2014 (FRI) arrives and still no answers or contact. I decided to call this lady...she didnt leave a name in the first place (partially my fault)...... i know..... but I thought i was gonna get a call from a ABM recruiter soon.......BUT they left me high and dry. This lady told me the interview was going be tuesday 10/14/2014 and no one ever followed up on that. I did not know what time the interview was..... where the location of the interview..... and who would be interviewing me.... i was sort of left in the dark. So I decided to do my own research.......keep reading

    The day before the interview, i was scrambling to get some information on the whereabouts for the interview. I called the HR dept after getting doing some research online... and every person I talk to from HR was either incompetent or completely rude. Was I wrong trying to find out where and what time my interview was going to take place?

    The HR dept was horrible in trying to direct me to the right place. They finally directed to me to the HR recruiters in LA. I believe her name was Julie and another guy name was William. I left Julie a voicemail and low and behold.... straight to voicemail ! I personally took a day off to try and go to this interview and I felt like I just lost money #1 and #2 I wasted alot of time and energy by trying to make this interview happen. I started calling hr from 9:30 am - 5:00pm and I couldnt get one single answers of what time and where was my interview. Aint that something?!!!!?

    The HR receptionist told me that if they dont get in touch with you... you can try and call at 8 am. Are u kidding me? how professional is that Call in the DAY OF THE INTERVIEW? People need to prepare and get ready not be on...STANDBY. I have given up the fact that I want to work for this company.

    If they cant coordinate a interview with such a simple process... Im wondering how good is this company in the long run. I decided even if they call me, I will decline any future employment with ABM.

    ---Anyways, I hope you guys read my reviews. This is for my experience only. Everyone's different. There's a reason why ABM has low ratings b/c they are what they present themselves. Think about all these review guys before you quit your current job. Fact or fiction, these reviews speak for themselves. I wouldnt gamble my current job for this company. NO WAY. NO HELL.---

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ABM Industries Awards and Accolades

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Top 100 Public, Private and Nonprofit Employers in Philadelphia, Philly.com, 2008

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Website www.abm.com
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1909
Type Company - Public (ABM)
Industry Business Services
Revenue £2 to £5 billion (GBP) per year
Competitors ARAMARK, UGL Unicco

Many businesses hope to clean up, but diversified facilities services contractor ABM Industries counts on it. The company primarily offers cleaning services to owners and operators of office buildings, hospitals, manufacturing plants, schools, shopping centers, and transportation facilities throughout the US and in Canada and Puerto Rico. Through other units, ABM Industries provides security services and maintains mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Its Ampco System Parking operates more than 1,800 parking lots and garages, mainly at airports across 35 states... More

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