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23 days ago

Baan Developer / SR Baan Developer

TDS Telecommunications Kansas City, MO

include developing new functionality based on the specifications provided by senior developer or functional consultants. This position will also… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SECURITY ARCHITECT

TDS Telecommunications Kansas City, MO

Want to be where the action is? Looking for the challenge and excitement of meaningful work with a growing and expanding organization? Want to… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Associate Manager  in  Madison, WI
    Former Employee - Associate Manager in Madison, WI

    I worked at TDS Telecommunications full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Coworkers were great with a genuine interest in doing the right thing. Good benefits, working hours and working conditions overall. HR manages by the books.

    Cons

    In recent years, focus has shifted purely to managing to numbers. This was needed but was not executed in an effective way. Customer service has suffered a severe decline and customers are leaving. Management mostly consists of a network of people making decisions in their personal best interest versus the good of the company or it's employees. The company has never been a leader in new technology, however, they're not keeping up nor being competitive and they're rapidly losing market share. Company employees are being replaced by contractors in the field and customer service jobs outsourced.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hold managers accountable not only to numbers but to actually managing their teams and addressing issues. Take advantage of the wealth of knowledge out in the field and promote from within more often. Those who have done the front line jobs can do a far better job of supporting the company than hiring (and promoting) inexperienced people externally who truly don't know and don't care.

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