Goodbye Graffiti
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Goodbye Graffiti Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
  • Industry
    Construction & Facilities Services

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 11 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Technician in Toronto, ON
on 21 July 2021
Not so bad.
The company has high expectations, but overtime you become use to the workload and find a way to make it work in your favour. Other techs are good to work with, and the office people are understanding. Communication is important. I've had no real issues and liked to be on my own and see the GTA. Weekends are required sometimes and the OT was nice.
Graffiti Removal Technician in Toronto, ON
on 6 July 2021
Good work life balance
I like this job because you start early and end your day early. You get to see a lot of the City and meet a lot of people. Its nice to be outside all summer. You do need to drive around a lot all year so if driving isnt your thing you wont like this position.
General Manager in Calgary, AB
on 25 March 2020
Owners are horrible and you catch them in lies
the place was a fun work place when they had a good warehouse manager/ GM but they fired him cause he was good to the employees, or as they say to weak. Owners arent very friendly to their staff.
Cleaner in London, ON
on 6 February 2020
cleaning the downtown core.
cleaning the downtown core.rain or shine snow fun work get to chat with the people down town and help with things like directions. the management is good.
Graffiti removal technician in Toronto, ON
on 29 January 2020
Good work bad people?
The training provided was no where near full training that I needed to work the position as a removal technician. Often graffiti tags wouldn't come clean and apparently it's my fault for not using the product incorrectly despite other technicians having trouble on the same graffiti tags. My supervisor was disrespectful and often used a bad tone of voice while talking to me. My coworkers, the word friendly doesn't exactly come to mind immediately. But they know what they are doing, so the communication issues are easier to ignore. This is a job for you if you enjoy driving a very rickety Ford F-350 through downtown Toronto on a daily basis. You get to see a lot of the city and yes, you may be removing the bad graffiti but you get to see a lot of the more artistic tags along the way. Don't expect to go home with clean hands at the end of the day

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