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9 days ago

Bilingual (Spanish) Inside Sales Account Coordinator

DISH Sacramento, CA

Since 1996, DISH has built a talented group of leaders and support teams at our corporate headquarters in Englewood, Colorado, and across the nation… DISH


22 days ago

IT Support Engineer

DISH Sacramento, CA

Over the past 30 years, DISH has built a talented group of leaders and support teams at its corporate headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. As the… DISH


22 days ago

Satellite TV Technician/Installer

DISH Sacramento, CA +4 locations

DISH supports more than 150 DISH In-Home Services offices that deliver DISH products and services to customers across the country. The IHS… DISH


11 days ago

Home-Based Satellite TV Technician/Installer

DISH Woodland, CA

This Home-Based Satellite TV Installer/Technician is based out of the Woodland, CA area. As such, you will have the opportunity to begin and end your… DISH


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    Worst job I've ever had!

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    Former Employee - Material Handler, TECH (Installer)  in  Sacramento, CA
    Former Employee - Material Handler, TECH (Installer) in Sacramento, CA

    I worked at DISH full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The biggest "Pro" was the high turn-over rate. Eventually the micromanaging manager or supervisor who made your life at work miserable would be belittled and fired by someone higher up then themselves. Those days and other days when Dish lost lawsuits became the best days I ever experienced working for both EchoStar and Dish Network.

    Cons

    When I worked for Dish the company was trying to obtain an industry award. To obtain this award they needed more subscribers, and specifically more employee subscribers. To achieve this every office and warehouse location posted a list containing the names of all employees at that location. Next to everyone's name was an indication of whether or not that employee had Dish Network service in their home. All of us were told by management that we needed to sign up for Dish service with no exceptions. Those of us that did not or could not because of Home Owner Association Rules or other restrictions with apartment complexes were routinely harassed to do so, and were denied raises regardless of our performance on the job. Many of us worked for Dish but preferred other service providers namely DirecTV for their superior programming and customer service. Dish offered a "discount" but not completely free programming for its employees, and many of us would rather pay full price for a competitors service which should be our right to do whatever we like outside of work. This award that Dish was striving for, and I believe eventually obtained gave bonuses to all of those at the top with Charlie Ergen and very little to nothing to the mast majority of the company employees who did 90% of the work at Dish. I worked for both EchoStar and later Dish Network, and both jobs were the worst jobs I have ever had.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start over from scratch, and begin doing so with Charlie Ergen. Then, and only then will Dish Network and Echostar have a chance at being a great company to work for.

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