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7 days ago

System Technician – easy apply

Compucom Las Vegas, NV

• Work on hardware / software issues on company supported devices • Work on projects as necessary • Create / update documentation as necessary… Compucom


7 days ago

Hardware Service Specialist – easy apply

Compucom Las Vegas, NV

• Day-to-day service operations with data center best practices and standards linked to ITIL disciplines, incident, problem, change, capacity… Compucom


13 days ago

Network Operations Engineer – easy apply

Compucom Las Vegas, NV

Our super high-visibility client is seeking Network Engineers that are savvy in Aruba wireless to support a large project in the Las Vegas area… Compucom


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    Technical Support Analyst

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    Current Employee - Technical Support Analyst  in  Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Technical Support Analyst in Cincinnati, OH

    I have been working at CompuCom full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    matched 401k savings plan (3%), 80% tuition reimbursement, employer pays for industry certification exams

    Cons

    -they pay extremely low. i've been employed with the company for 8+ years and only two pay raises (with Above Expectations performance rating).
    -management is consistently "reactive" rather than "proactive".
    -Good Ol' Boy network well entrenched.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -merit increases would be extremely nice for your employees. nothing shows how you value your employees more than pay.
    -become more proactive with program issues rather than being reactive with "knee jerk" actions. have foresight in planning rather than having the "we'll cross that bridge when we get to it" mentality.
    -stop hiring on so many executive officers with mega high salaries when you refuse to give your employees, who are your face of the company, pay increases to stay even with inflation.

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