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30+ days ago

Managed Services Engineer

Tushaus Computer Services Milwaukee, WI

This position involves managing several customers’ IT infrastructures as well as Kaseya management systems (i.e. monitoring and configuration… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cisco Enterprise Network Engineer

Tushaus Computer Services Milwaukee, WI

This full time specific position will service a large customer in the Milwaukee, Wauwatosa area; providing enterprise support. The engineer may also… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Enterprise Network Engineer

Tushaus Computer Services Milwaukee, WI

This full time specific position will service a large customer in the Milwaukee, Wauwatosa area; providing enterprise support. The engineer may also… Glassdoor


Tushaus Computer Services Reviews

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    Former Employee - Software Developer  in  Milwaukee, WI
    Former Employee - Software Developer in Milwaukee, WI

    I worked at Tushaus Computer Services full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Flexible work schedule available, so long as you get your work done and put in your hours. BYOD (phone) reimbursement if you choose to allow their software on your device. Certification test reimbursement and bonus possible. Some of the people are down to earth, good people and fun to work with.

    Cons

    Below market pay. There is no followed workflow process. You are asked to fill out the same information multiple different times over the months, so that it can be placed in the company SharePoint or other information repository. Then you are asked to email that information to someone when they need it because they can't, don't want to, or don't know how to find it. Company employee politics determine more about how employee progress is viewed, instead of employee performance. Managers don't listen to their employees. There have been many good ideas that were ignored when brought to the managers, and these ideas could have greatly helped avoid many of the issues the business is currently having problems with. Managers will ask you to do jobs that are administrative and should fall upon project managers, account managers or themselves. When you do these things, because you want to be a good employee, you are questioned as to why you have so much admin time, and are not more billable. This list could go on, but will not due to the interest of time and for the benefit of your eyesight.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take care of your employees and quit with the BS, smoke blowing lies and fake interest. This company has a good base to build upon, with some of the reimbursements, flexibility and bonuses they offer, if they could just find the managers that knew how to manage. Listen to your employees, they can have very good information on how to help the business avoid further decline, or even promote growth. If they ask for help, or try to gain knowledge in different areas, there could be very good reasons to listen to them. They know what is trending and where the direction of their profession is heading.

    Also, without redundancy when something breaks down, you could waste a lot of time and money trying to fix the issue or wait for a replacement. Wouldn't it have been better to get some redundancy in place for fail-over, in case the original fails? This applies to people as well as items/hardware. Good luck.

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