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Tester – new

Security and Data Technologies, Inc. Newtown, PA

Full-time entry level position. • On-site testing of commercial fire alarm systems. • Electronics education or experience necessary… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Audio Visual Technician – new

Security and Data Technologies, Inc. Newtown, PA

• Be able to climb stairs and access construction projects where uneven and cluttered conditions may exist. • Acquire a thorough understanding of… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Security System and Fire Alarm Installer – new

Security and Data Technologies, Inc. Newtown, PA

*Install Fire Alarm, CCTV, Access Control, Nurse Call, and Security systems in commercial and industrial settings. *Install equipment and cabling… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Senior Service Tech  in  Newtown, PA
    Current Employee - Senior Service Tech in Newtown, PA

    I have been working at Security and Data Technologies

    Pros

    Good group of field personnel, always willing to help. The tech are what keep the company going.

    Cons

    The office personnel are too worried about themselves all the time and will go out of their way to do anything other than the minimum amount necessary. Field people are accused of stealing time, and treated very badly. Most of the management does not have field experience or they are nothing but trunk slammers. The owners/upper management are more worried about their profits than anything else. When employees leave the company they never get their vacation time or get back charged for the time used. Always waiting for the next job so they can pay off the previous one. Owner needs to stop making deals with low level employees just because he likes them or thinks they are his friends.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop worrying about the almighty dollar and listen to the field people. Get rid of the dead wood in the office. And STOP making individual deals with people. Policies need to be company wide not as per the individual.

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