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4 days ago

Field Service Technician (FSTNDC-2)

Whitlock Ashburn, VA

will include providing installation support to our sales staff for audio-visual projects. The preferred… CareerBuilder

6 hrs ago

On-Site AV Technician II – new

Whitlock Ashburn, VA

An exciting opportunity exists for the right individual to join our Managed Services Department. This position, On-Site AV Technician II, requires… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Senior Audiovisual Systems Engineer

Whitlock Ashburn, VA

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Senior Engineer, with a great combination of customer and technical skills. The successful… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Field Service Technician

Whitlock Ashburn, VA

will include providing installation support to our sales staff for audio-visual projects… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Audiovisual Installation Technician

Whitlock Ashburn, VA

Whitlock is looking for career minded individuals to join its Technical Operations team as Installation Technicians. The preferred candidates will… Glassdoor

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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Great company but be careful..

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Account Executive
    Current Employee - Account Executive

    I have been working at The Whitlock Group full-time for more than 5 years


    - Great reputation in the industry
    - Both financial and manpower resources are available
    - Income potential is strong for sales
    - Benefits are strong
    - Strong national presence
    - Good folks


    - Regional management may not be as strong as it needs to be (education, experience, management skills).
    - Project management ranks are a bit weak in capabilities and experiences which can cause some projects to struggle
    - Motto might be less is more, they tend to work people to the point of exhaustion at all levels in an effort to run lean.
    - Just too much to do with the available manpower resources which causes mistakes and lost profit opportunities
    - Can be very "high school" unfortunately
    - Internal processes can cause tremendous back ups and frustration although it is recognized that in many causes they are for good intentions

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your team, your staff. I agree with a previous review where good engineering skills or the fact you like someone does not necessarily make them the high paced, effective leader that the company needs in all positions. They step over or 'on' very good people that are both very capable and willing to help the company more. However the issue right now is top management surrounds themselves with several folks that are not always the best people available but rather will tell them what they want to hear. Not a good practice in trying to become what they want to become I feel.

    There is so much potential given the available resources and connections in the industry however with the above situation, growth in sales and profitability is greatly limited.

    Neutral Outlook