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A/V Technician

Compucom Stamford, CT

of Work: • Set up and install equipment such as microphones, sound speakers, video screens, projectors, video monitors, recording equipment… Compucom

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    Decent place to start in IT, but not for the long term.

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    Former Employee - Technical Support Analyst in Norwalk, CT
    Former Employee - Technical Support Analyst in Norwalk, CT

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    Good entry level opportunity to gain experience in IT. Training is available (via online courses) for those wishing to utilize it. Standard benefits, good amount of vacation days per year.
    * When I first started, another co-worker gave me the advice of saying to only stay for 1.5-2yrs tops to gain experience and then move on, I wish I had listened.


    Compensation (often dependent on specific contract) is way sub par. Lots of turnover due to this. Managers often rely heavily on employees who have been on the contract for a while to pick up slack during periods of turn over and training of new employees but without any kind of additional compensation or recognition. Online training system is tedious, no compensation for self study and certification without using their system. Communication from account managers to workers is lacking, we were often the last to know about major changes that affected all of us.

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    Be more involved with the employees. Use the reward programs available, and make it clear what the expectations are. Communication is a big part of it, and if you are straight forward with your workers, they will respect that. Also, in terms of compensation, be aware of what areas of the country your workers live in, i.e, you cant pay a midwest salary to someone working in the metro NYC area! Keep compensation competative for the area.

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