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I have been working at Verizon Wireless full-time (less than an year)Pros
The interview was a odd during october this winter.
Not the overall experience.But interesting so i give it pros,not cons.Howevever i was hired,not sure i am staying,read more below.
The benefit pkg.is said to be,"from day one full time/medical/dental/401k,so i am curious to see if this is true,as i read on net from others and facebook it is.only giving though three stars,for reason i state below,still waiting few months as i was told it begin day one. IF this is false i will file a complaint against them,for misleading me during phone interview that was monitored on my side,and i think their call was monitor too as i would ask 1 or 2 queries,and was"a delay"in response.Cons
I have learn with verizon in orangeburg the starting pay is one-pay of only 24,000 per yr?
However,she adds during interview,"we also add onn the 18G's for commission etc." bringing it to a little bit over$40k if quota's are met,however imo that seem still well low(without a guaranteed commission.)
I got the feeling after the overall interview,the company is hiring all over the place,premise on"being too hard on those who might NOT have alot of expertise in this hard work field.It shouldn't be that way,they will keep missing out on good workers,reliable "willing to learn workers"if they treat people this way during interview.I am not overall satisfied and the interviewer,seem more "like she was a telemarketing representative"reading from a script. i don't see how she can then work in HR. (been with verizon she claim a long time)But sounding this way i do not see how. i will keep going in other interviews,because this is not a place i think i will be happy with,no place even VERIZON should be so strict as the lady on the phone sound,and in my opinion,might be the reason they have trouble getting people up there to work for them.
Lighten up a little.Your only Verizon.Advice to ManagementAdvice
chill on trying to be more than you are when interviewing good people like me,and others,or who your hiring.NO one want to be NOR will be treated like a slave.Those days are over.
Just because your in HR,do not mean your better than me,or anyone.
Interviewer,sound like she was reading from a script. A "REAL"supervisor/mgr. and or tele-sales B2B supervisor or residential,should NEVER sound that way. NOT sure i am staying,the hours also are fine but come on.To say your going to no matter what WORK ON HOLIDAYS Is NUTS,LOCA.
i will keep looking for better job,"verizon name is not everything you guys."
But the career opportunities are there,for the"right fit"with experience i think and just not for me i don't think,not for longDoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO