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7 days ago

National Account Installation and Service Technician - TycoIS (Washington, DC)

Tyco Alexandria, VA

* Perform work duties / assignments on a largely self-directed and unsupervised basis to complete assignments within budget and according to schedule… Beyond.com


1 day ago

Senior Systems Applications Manager, Federal Systems Division - TycoIS (Alexandr – new

Tyco Alexandria, VA

* Must have or be able to receive and maintain, at a minimum a NACI clearance * Travel as required (25% travel required) * Ensures proper… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Commercial Installation Team Manager-TycoIS (Springfield, VA Market)

Tyco Chantilly, VA

* Plan, schedule, supervise and control installations. * Confirm all equipment procurement for installations. * Prepare progress reports, expense… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Installer II (Operations Tech)

Tyco Dulles, VA

Install, troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and program fire alarm, access control, nurse call, intrusion, sound, CCTV, and IP Video Systems. Provide… Glassdoor


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    Use to be a great company (ADT)

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Alexandria, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alexandria, VA

    I worked at Tyco full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Before bought by TYCO a split up so the security part could be sold, ADT was a great team. Great training and benefits.

    Cons

    Then when bought by TYCO, all of a sudden our three main goals were gone and customers came last. Only monthly margins/project closings were important, even if they were done poorly. People started scrambling for higher positions so they were secure. Many things made no sense, like 5 or 6 directors over 10 PM's when before when it was ADT there was one director over 15 with no problem, many other issues of duplicating effort at the customers cost. Many upper management people saw this coming and just left. Others were just hanging on knowing that lay-offs were coming and only stayed in hopes they would be kept. But lay-offs were not even or just, some great people were let go and others that actually did nothing all day were saved by their managers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Think! If TYCO IS is going to be sold fine, but think of our customers and quality work.

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