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Retail Sales Representative - East Freeway

Leap Wireless Houston, TX

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Retail Sales Representative - Mesa/Tempe

Leap Wireless Mesa, AZ

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Retail Sales Representative - Galleria Mall

Leap Wireless Houston, TX

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Part Time Retail Sales Representative - Thornton/

Leap Wireless Westminster, CO

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Bilingual (Spanish) Retail Sales Representative

Leap Wireless Kansas City, KS +2 locations

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Leap Wireless President, CEO, Interim CFO, and Director; President, CEO, and Interim CFO, Cricket Communications Doug Hutcheson
Doug Hutcheson
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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Fast-moving frustration

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Leap Wireless

    Pros

    Solid product focus and a better understanding of cost containment than most wireless companies. Leap's business model is truly more efficient than that of most competitors.

    Cons

    Project management is very immature. Most new initiatives are a deadly combination of firefighting and death march. Office politics soar to new heights, and it's unfortunately true that one's success depends mostly on who you know and are friendly with rather than actual skill level. There's something of a history of tolerance for misconduct among senior staff, but that tolerance absolutely does not extend to the junior levels of the organization.

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    Understand that valuable advice and feedback can come from all parts of the organization--even the front-line employees who interact with customers!

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