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    Not as bad as many make it out to be...

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    Current Employee - Field Technician of 12+ Years in Bend, OR
    Current Employee - Field Technician of 12+ Years in Bend, OR

    I have been working at Syntechs part-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    This is a very solid company, well evolved. I have never been unpaid for my efforts, concerning contracts that I have rendered for them. The rate of payment is adequate for the amount of work required, and some times overly generous in situations that require special attention or escalated efforts. The management provides guidance in all aspects of involvement, casual yet strict, friendly yet formal, while understanding the complexities and challenges in forefilling the needs of all parties involved. Management of any company this size is a difficult undertaking, and as such, they deal with the complications of daily process far better than other companies I have encountered.

    Cons

    Like any other company in America, times change, rules change, and requirements change, this is no different with the Syntechs Corporation. I have had brief pay delays in receiving payment for my services rendered. As such, I fully understand the reason behind pay delays to me, as funding delays from manufacturers whom contract the Syntechs Company to sub-contract technical professionals to render services, has a trickle down adverse effect on all parties concerned, not just the technician in the field... trickle down funding delays affect all parties concerned! I have personally experienced these situations, but I have never went unpaid for my services, I have always been paid, and generously compensated in situations of challenging nature. My pay has been delayed, but never withheld.

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    Communication, training, and monitoring of technician needs is a major need in any corporation of this size for success in today's environment. An expanded HR department and extended communications between management and field technician could directly benefit all parties concerned. As service requirements evolve, so should the knowledge of manufacturers fulfillment of funding requirements for services rendered, this way everyone from management all the way down to technician, would have the same expectations of any encountered situation. If everyone is on the same page, then then all parties concerned can understandably relate to situations that crop up from time to time. This company is no different than any other company, times change, things evolve, it is the management of these situations that defines good from great.... Keep striving for greatness!

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