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13 days ago

Senior Unix Administrator – easy apply

Compucom Jersey City, NJ

This position is a Senior Unix Administrator (Solaris / Linux) responsible for supporting complex storage migrations, OS patching & troubleshooting… Compucom

15 days ago

Field Service Technician – easy apply

Compucom New York, NY

• Will maintain, analyze, troubleshoot, and repair computer systems, hardware and computer peripherals. • Documents, maintains, upgrades or… Compucom

6 days ago

Desktop Support Technician – easy apply

Compucom New York, NY

• Hardware is Lenovo laptops and desktops, software is Microsoft office and Outlook, mobile devices such as Blackberry, and no server or network… Compucom

13 days ago

Change Management Analyst – easy apply

Compucom Parsippany, NJ

• Administer post implementation review / audit and analysis and actions assigned for RFCs. • Monitor compliance against the change process… Compucom

27 days ago

Network Engineer - PAC Support – easy apply

Compucom Stamford, CT

• Manage and Monitor PAC servers, distribution and replication processes • Create / Modify / delete PAC files • Pilot and test PAC… Compucom

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    Avoid Compucom at all cost.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at CompuCom


    There were no pros. The experience I had with this company is one of the worst I had.


    Account managers are horrible, they are pretty much just there to collect money of of their contractors, and provide very little assistance when it is needed. There is no Work/Life balance, you will be treated as a money making unit/slave.They only care about how much money you can make for them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Account managers - Start carding about your contractors, they make you the money. Start actually doing your job.
    "Working" from home, and not being responsive from another state, while "managing" your team is not really something you should be paid for.

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