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30+ days ago

Major Accounts Manager

Verizon Wireless Beaverton, OR

About VerizonWe believe in the power of technology to solve just about anything. And we've put our sharpest minds to the task. Whatever your passion… Verizon Wireless


30+ days ago

Senior RF Design Engineer

Verizon Wireless Portland, OR

Senior RF Design Engineer is responsible for the RF design of the wireless network in an assigned geographic area within the region. They work… Verizon Wireless


30+ days ago

Cell Technician

Verizon Wireless Portland, OR

This position, covering an area south of the City of Portland, is responsible for the proper operation of a large group of Network Elements. Duties… Verizon Wireless


25 days ago

RF Design Engineer

Verizon Wireless Portland, OR

include: • creating search rings, candidate assessment, and approvals within their geographic area of responsibility; • making modifications… Verizon Wireless


4 days ago

Wireless Transport Engineer

Verizon Wireless Portland, OR

• The Transport Engineer is responsible for providing complete technical oversight and project management for network expansion projects. These… Verizon Wireless


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    Was a good place to work till 2014

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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative in Beaverton, OR
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative in Beaverton, OR

    I worked at Verizon Wireless full-time (more than a year)

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    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    When i came to this company in the middle of 2013 i thought it was awesome. If you were good at your job you were left alone. And all you really had to do was be at least 85% to goal on your scorecard. (There were about 5-6 things on your scorecard. Your overall score was an average of the 5-6 scores, some were weighted)

    The pay was pretty good. I was on the upper side of pay at $50k+/year
    Benefits were really good. When i started with the company i asked my dad for advice on which health plan i should go with. He told me that these benefits were almost as good as his. He is a Sr. Software Engineer for a top ter computer hardware company. So thats saying a lot.

    Fun free toys you are given or can win. I took home a bunch of free toys from various contests or programs.

    Cons

    Things change WAY to quickly! When i started the "scorecard" was changed about every 6 months to a year to keep up with industry changes. Starting at the end of 2013 the scorecard would change every half month to 1 month. The way they would do this is add something to the scorecard and jack up all the goals and change the weights. Then literally 3/4th of my district could not make the 85% threshold. So the company would lower the goal. Then month by month slowly raise it again. Then completely change it altogether.

    At this point it was impossible to get good at anything because next month it would change.
    Goals also became outrageous resulting to shady sales people tricking customers into buying overpriced programs (EDGE) or adding things to peoples accounts without telling them. (Ringback Tones, Cloud Storage Familybase)

    Things also became extremely micromanaged. You were required to show all customers coming into the store overpriced accessories or a tablet regardless of what they were coming in for even for just paying a bill.
    If you failed to do these tasks you were sent threatening emails from the district manager telling you that maybe your not cut out to work for Verizon.

    Advice to Management

    Cool it! Understand that you cant change the things you rank your employees every month. You need to work in their shoes from time to time to see if the things you ask from them are reasonable. Build actual value into your products so that reps don't have to push them on their customers or add it to their accounts without telling them.

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