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30+ days ago

GB|Account Director|Account Director Senior

Level 3 Communications London, England

Broadens and deepens existing customer relationships to gain strategic positioning as… Level 3 Communications


26 days ago

Sr Mgr, Provisioning

Level 3 Communications London, England

Responsible for planning and directing the work of one of the Provisioning teams who are responsible for designing and installing circuits on behalf… Level 3 Communications


30+ days ago

Account Director - Consultancy Services

Level 3 Communications London, England

Supporting regional ownership the role of the Professional Services Consultant is to utilize their knowledge of Level3s capabilities and the wider… Level 3 Communications


30+ days ago

Sales Manager Finance Vertical

Level 3 Communications London, England

Formulate account strategies to grow the business to gain significant sales momentum in the Mid-Market accounts space. Devel… Level 3 Communications


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Level 3 Communications President & CEO Jeff Storey
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    An unhappy group of negative people coming from Level 3 who don't know what real team work is.

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    Current Employee - Legal Department  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Legal Department in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Level 3 Communications full-time for more than 10 years

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    There are no reasons to work there. Unless you enjoy going to work every morning listening to people in missery and complaining.

    Cons

    Unhappy, undervalued staff. Staff in Level 3 is not the most important assess. In Global Crossing they were continuously voicing that their most important assess along with customers was employees. They could not exist without our motivated and exception workforce in GC. Level 3 is completely different. They don't care about their work force at all. There's the door if you don't like it.

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    Remember and value your employees... you wouldn't be able to operate without them. They seem so miserable they could just walk out at any minute. What kind of management does that to people?

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