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  1. #144
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    Its not that bad. I've been with the company for 6 months And I love it. I have yet to fix a toilet yet and I have worked on the Chill water pumps and and Cond. pumps more than anything else.

  2. #145
    how far back did they go on the background check. i am thinking of applying for a maintenance tech position.

  3. #146
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    Takes two weeks so I guess pretty far.
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  4. #147
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    Depends on the client as well. Some clients may require a federal background check and that would take more time.

  5. #148
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    Quote Originally Posted by clint28601 View Post
    how far back did they go on the background check. i am thinking of applying for a maintenance tech position.
    When was your last trouble with the law. Be honest.

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    1986

  7. #150
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    Elyria Township , Ohio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave8OH1 View Post
    The interesting thing about JLL is that all accounts are managed separately, just because one contract was poorly managed does not mean that they all are.

    I am on the UHC account and it managed very well. This company hasn't been around for 200 years for no reason, most of the people here know what they are doing, any company could hire a tech of two that don't have pride in their work.
    I have been with JLL for eleven years (10 years at my current building , I transfer to MES next month ) I think it's a really good company to work for . The benefits are great and it's a strong company that's always expanding into new markets . JLL manages thousands of properties all over the world . I would rather work for JLL then the drunk contractor I started off with , you know , mr. " ok we're gonna do an install , let's hurry up and smoke this joint " kind of guy . At least I know I have a paycheck coming at the end of the week

  8. #151
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    Anyone work for them in Tennessee? They have got the State contract & employees are going to be hired or let go, most of them let go. Any info needed, pay, attitude of managers etc...
    Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he eats for a lifetime.

  9. #152
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    I am looking forward to it. I start in a couple of weeks.
    Are you still working for JLL? If so how is it going? Do you get annual rasies?
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  10. #153
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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpit View Post
    Are you still working for JLL? If so how is it going? Do you get annual rasies?
    Left when they lost the Bank of America account. Working for JCI now.


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