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Retail Customer Service Representative – new

Verizon Tampa, FL +2 locations

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    Current Employee - Systems Engineer in Temple Terrace, FL
    Current Employee - Systems Engineer in Temple Terrace, FL

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    Pros

    Excellent training and educational support -- but you have to initiate it. Better-than-average 401(k). Good medical and dental benefits, but they've declined over time. Good mentoring and advancement for "diverse" staff, not so much for heterosexual white males. Great place to start a career, but don't expect to finish there.

    Cons

    Organized feudally (lots of little fiefdoms that compete with each other); internal communications are poor across workgroups. Still making transition from regulated telephone company to competitive media company, with internal chaos to match. Cutthroat culture; watch your back. Constant layoffs.

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    For all the talk about teamwork and integrity, the reality on the ground is that everyone is watching out for themselves because they know they're vulnerable to internal coups every day. While I recognize the risk of employees becoming complacent if they're too secure, Verizon's gone too far the other way -- everyone's looking over their shoulders, protecting their turf, and too busy fighting each other to move the company forward. The external strategy is brilliant, but the troops are demoralized. Is this what you want?

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