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Dycom Industries, Inc Myrtle Beach, SC

include: Troubleshoot and resolve issues with software Develop and test new programs and enhancements to existing programs Building complex custom… CareerBuilder

11 days ago

HRIS Analyst

Dycom Industries, Inc Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Our HR team is critical in supporting Dycom' corporate employees and our organization's 45+ subsidiaries with over 10,000 employees in the… CareerBuilder

26 days ago

Experienced Lineman

Dycom Industries, Inc Portland, OR +3 locations

Great benefits package available to all employees - medical, dental, vision, PTO, STD, LTD, Life, paid holidays, 401K and more. CATV Preferred… CareerBuilder

22 days ago

Utility Worker with CDL A License

Dycom Industries, Inc Bermuda Dunes, CA

Pauley Construction is a telecommunications contractor. Position is FT, hourly, with ins. benefits & 401K. Must have valid drivers license with clean… CareerBuilder

15 days ago

Warehouse Laborer

Dycom Industries, Inc New Century, KS

of Position: A successful Warehouse Person shall receive, issue, and maintain telecommunication construction equipment and materials; keep accurate… CareerBuilder

10 days ago


Dycom Industries, Inc Charlotte, NC

Tesinc, LLC is currently hiring for the following positions NEEDED IMMEDIATELY!!!!!!! - Work will be in Vermont, New Hampshire, or Maine… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

FTTP Construction Supervisor

Dycom Industries, Inc Centennial, CO

We are looking for a qualified and experienced telecommunications outside plant field Supervisor. The position requires a good understanding of the… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Billing Clerk

Dycom Industries, Inc Centennial, CO

Pauley Construction is a telecommunications contractor. Position is FT, hourly, with insurance benefits & 401K. We are a drug free company. We… CareerBuilder

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Dycom Reviews

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Steven E. Nielsen
9 Ratings

    Great skill builder, but it will wear you out.

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    Current Employee - IT Employee in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
    Current Employee - IT Employee in Palm Beach Gardens, FL

    I have been working at Dycom full-time (more than an year)


    For a large construction company, Dycom puts a lot of emphasis on technology. There is a full-sized IT department that covers many different areas. They are't afraid to spend money on implementing new, cutting-edge solutions. Tons of exposure to different technologies and vendors that will build your skill set and resume faster than any company I've seen. Fun group of people to work with.


    After working there a while, you realize the place is utter insanity. Everything is an emergency and it feels like you are constantly scrambling and under pressure to get things done last minute due to someone else's poor planning or unrealistic deadlines. The CIO is very personable and friendly up front, but is known for facilitating drama in the IT department and will purposely put different groups against each other. Insane hours without overtime pay (I worked many 70-80 hour work weeks). No work-life balance, received many phone calls after-hours, late at night, and during the weekend in a non-management role. Pay is mediocre compared to industry standards, benefits are "OK" but nothing to write home about. Sick days are taken out of vacation days. However, the place is so busy that you feel like you aren't able to even use the paid days off you are given with fear of falling behind in your responsibilities.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Understand that not everything can be "Priority #1" and that sometimes you need to have patience. Put more focus on employee work-life balance. Stop feeding into drama and arguments among employees and encourage co-operation between the matrix teams. Set realistic deadlines and keep a steady direction rather than changing the projects around every week.

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