Lot of driving ,no trust level even for long standing employees
Sales Representative Windows and Doors (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 12 March 2018
Even if you are successful, the trust level is not there, the money is decent but not great if you count the expenses ($15,000.00)to run the business, there are no benefit plans for sales people . If you are in sales the work hours are on average 12 hours a day, The product is ok in quality, but overpriced by at least 30%. They try to hire me back several times in the past years, I always declined, specially since they reduced the commission to a lower level.
Training, pay on time
Long hours, responcebility for unpaid jobs from your customers, lots if driving
Only work here if you are absolutely desperate for temp money
Telemarketer (Former Employee) – Ontario – 21 August 2018
- typical work day is calling the same people over and over and over - learned nothing but scamming - management was a total joke - hardest part of the job was dealing with it for a 4 hr shift - other than getting paid, there was nothing enjoyable about this job - DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS JOB unless you want a boring, demanding, mind numbing, thankless and demeaning future. - this company only cares about their profit, go figure, and could care less about their workers, unless they put sales on the board, even if they aren't real sales ... im sure they dont last either - RUN RUN RUN!!!!!!
EVERYTHING!!! This is a job for only the desperate of people.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 3 March 2018
This is by far the worst company I have ever worked for. This company does not care about its employees. Do not be fooled by their scripted nonsense. They try to trick the employees the same way they try to trick the customers,
Regional Sales Representative (Current Employee) – GTA, ON – 12 December 2017
Great ownership. Unbelievably boring job. Commission only, and commission structures change without notice or effective communication. They do manage and fill your schedule for you, no cold calling, which is the best part of the job aside from the owner who is a really great guy.
No cold calling
lots of wasted time, no salary, benefits or mileage allowance
Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Welland, ON – 10 October 2017
Willing to teach those who are willing to learn get incentives and great co workers they take suggestion and put them to use for a better work environment doing work or working with other they keep it fun and always an opportunity to make more money (if your willing to try)
Sale Representative (Current Employee) – Thorold, ON – 18 May 2017
if i could rate them below zero i would. this is probably the worst place to work at. The managers are so unprofessional, the people there have no personality, and they do not treat you like family. Your just a number. Your better off either staying on OW, or working at McDonald's.
Lead Generator (Former Employee) – Thorold, ON – 6 February 2017
If you want to waste away into nothing, call the same people every day, and essentially pester people then this is the job for you. Management sucks, and there isn't a single person under 60 years old.
Booker (Current Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 1 February 2017
I have been with Landmark home solutions for 6 years. It is a very relaxed atmosphere and my co-workers are great. Call Centre employees are given great incentives daily for their production, as well as getting to play fun games for prizes. Love our monthly Pot Lucks. All in all LHS is a great place to work, feels more like a family then a job.
Bankers Hours - Pot Luck lunches and great bonuses
Booker (Current Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 1 February 2017
I have worked for Landmark Home Solutions for over 5 years. It is a friendly, family oriented place to work. Management treats you like family. There are many opportunities for advancement. The pay is reasonable. And also have a decent benefit package. The company often has free lunches for emplyment . Overall it is a remarkable place to work
Telephone Sales Representative (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 21 June 2016
I was hired full time, then later told my hours would only be part time with only 4 hours a day. Most of the co-workers were nice except a select few. This one was on the edge of harassment which should NOT have been tolerated but it was multiple times even with others and management around. The management was ridiculous. They were unorganized and very immature. There is so much wrong with this place.
Call Centre Agent (Current Employee) – Thorold, ON – 19 June 2016
I really enjoy working at Landmark. It's really a place where it is what you make it - if you go in dreading your shift and act really negative about it then it really won't be a good place for you to work but if you're really open minded, positive and can keep your cool then it is really a nice place to work. It's laid back, easy, encouraging, entertaining (for sure) and you can make money by challenging yourself!
complimentary food, hours, commision AND hourly wage, people, entertainment
Management ranges from "don't care" to screaming fits!!!
Call Centre Representative (Former Employee) – Thorold, ON – 7 November 2015
Personally, I was never yelled at but, it was extremely uncomfortable to have coworkers sitting next to you while the manager yelled at them-in front of call centre staff. Unprofessional and erratic. The owner has no idea what goes on or does not care what goes on in the call centre area. Some staff have been there a long time and so get away with not calling out. The worst part is that the company has used the same call out list for over 11 years and so you may speak to a person that has already received a call that day. They yell at you and threaten you. Really, how many times can a person decline Landmark windows, gutter system or finished basement systems, without getting upset? Best decision I made was to leave!!!
Call Centre Representative (Current Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 21 July 2015
So I was hired "full-time" and get invited to my first shift that started at 5pm when I was told full time shifts are usually started around 9 or 10am. I was then informed by other coworkers that I am part time. Wasn't that great to be told by people you work with rather than work for? What's worse is that Landmark has posted two of the same positions for full time hours since I got hired. They messed up already on my second paycheque and they were not willing to cut a cheque, DO NOT WORK FOR LANDMARK. Their employees are great to be around but I could most definitely not say the same for management.
Great people to work with
Mundane and repetitive scripting that has no efficiency, they market to the same people who are not interested, being counter productive and ruining brand reputation, Poor and rushed training: one 4 hour shift of shadowing
Call Center Rep (Current Employee) – Thorold, ON – 10 July 2015
I have worked for Landmark for just over a year. In my own personal experiences, I have found both coworkers and management to be a pleasure to work with. The job itself can be a bit daunting at times, however, the work environment is quite positive and fun. It is a call center with banker's hours, virtually...you can't really beat that! All in all, a great experience thus far.
can operator (Former Employee) – loading – 4 March 2015
Please everyone avoid this place, working for landmark has to be one if the worst decisions I have ever made, the people here are rude and management shows favouritism to certain employees, and if your not one your crapped on. If your looking for respect and a friendly work environment look somewhere else!
Call Centre Representative (Former Employee) – St.Catharines/Thorold – 16 December 2014
Management are disrespectful and treat Call Centre Reps like they are uneducated and children. Landmark needs to realize that marketing to the same database over and over and over again, is not effective. It is neverproductive to ridicule or yell in front of others. If I could have given a lower rating I would have.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Thorold ON – 3 October 2014
Landmark windows is a second rate employer. They push employees very hard to mislead people into setting up people for an in home appointment. Their windows are very expensive and sales tactics they tell employees to use are very forceful and misleading. The manager is very miserable and frequently yells at employees and chatises employees who do not set up enough appointments. The pay is very low at $11 a hour and there is virtually no commission. Personally i would not recommend working for them.