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3 days ago

Configuration Technician I – new

CompuCom New York, NY

• Set up and configure IT equipment for internal conferences. • This includes laptop, desktop, and printer setups. • May set up small networks… CompuCom


7 days ago

Desktop Support Technician

CompuCom New York, NY

• Provides day-to-day technical support to employees for internal desktop systems software and hardware. • Performs general maintenance tasks and… CompuCom


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CompuCom President and CEO James W. Dixon
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    Current Employee - Desktop Hardware Support in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Desktop Hardware Support in New York, NY

    I have been working at CompuCom (More than 5 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Experience for new guys joining IT desktop support field is really good. Good in that there's so much work and so many responsibilities they don't tell you as part as your job description that you become better than you think. There will be no place that

    Cons

    Been with the same client for almost 10 years and the original IT company did offer raises and such. Then it went down hill when Compucom took over. Constant threats to do your job or lose your job. Morale is really low among the techs. No recognition, no raises, no offers for contractors, long hours, short handed support, no managers on site, no time off during major projects (management still not on site), bad or no benefits. This company is pure slavery.

    Advice to Management

    Some techs are truly spectacular at their job. Their morale is so low though one struggles to be motivated to leave. You are about to go into the tank when they finally leave.


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