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Securities Administrator Specialist – Onsite – new

SHI International Somerset, NJ

• Oversee daily security of customers end points through Kaspersky, LANDesk and Computrace consoles • Manage security policies as outlined by the… SHI International

2 days ago

Cisco SMARTnet Specialist – new

SHI International Somerset, NJ

include, but are not limited to: • Contact for SHI Sales for all Cisco Smartnet… SHI International

3 days ago

HP Apprentice - Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire England

SHI International Milton Keynes HC UK MK9 1AQ

About SHI Innovative Solutions. World Class Support. Constantly growing in response to the needs of our customers in all sectors and verticals, SHI… SHI International

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    Honest review of SHI

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    Former Employee - Inside Account Executive in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Inside Account Executive in Austin, TX

    I worked at SHI International


    - Great co-workers. Everyone bans together because everyone is in the same drinking boat.
    - Free food. Catered meals twice a week.
    -Great experience. This is the biggest PRO. You will become so marketable in the IT industry. Be prepared to game your LinkedIn inbox to be flooded with recruiters requesting phone interviews.


    Too many to list.

    -Management. It really depends on who you get as a manager but it all likelihood you will get an inexperienced manager. My manager was an unproven sales rep that had no leadership skills nor the people skills to lead a team.

    -College/unprofessional workplace. Be prepared for a very unprofessional workplace. Very distasteful sales floor.

    -Micromanaging. The metrics do not make any sense at SHI. The management does not really take in consideration of the workload that we do on a daily basis. The only thing management care about is themselves.

    -Culture. The morale on the floor is at an all time low when I left. As SHI grew, IT started to become everything that upper management said it wouldn't be. I would have to blame upper management on this one.

    -Work/life balance. Is non-existent. It's frown upon to take any vacation or PTO. If you are lucky to get days off, your manager will constantly demand tasks out of you to make sure you are thinking off work while you are out of the office. You are also expected to work after hours every day.

    -Sinking ship. SHI is trending downwards on everything hence why a lot of reps are leaving the company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I would put something here but it would get ignored since upper management does not listen to their reps.

    Doesn't Recommend
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