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6 days ago

Experience Specialist (part-time - 25 hr)

Verizon Wireless Colorado Springs, CO

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


15 days ago

Solutions Specialist

Verizon Wireless Colorado Springs, CO

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


7 days ago

Network Systems Technician

Verizon Wireless Colorado Springs, CO

• Performance of all required tasks to support the operations and maintenance of multiple product platforms located throughout the Verizon Wireless… Verizon Wireless


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    Former Employee - Contractor  in  Colorado Springs, CO
    Former Employee - Contractor in Colorado Springs, CO

    I worked at Verizon Wireless as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    None that I found. Working here was a terrible experience from the first day to the last. Overbearing management, horrible working conditions, flat out dishonesty during the interview, and technology thirty years behind the times.

    Cons

    Was interviewed for modern languages like java and c++ but ended up writing shell scripts and perl scripts and working in a language last developed in the 1980's. Management screamed and ranted no matter what happened, whether ahead of schedule or behind. Demanded overtime without pay, even from contractors. Horrible place to work.

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    Send your managers to class on how to actually manage people. Get a working environment that wouldn't violate prison standards for overcrowding. 90% of the building was empty, yet everyone was shoved into communal cubes with about 3' of working space. Contractors are not cannon fodder, they are professional human beings -- treat them like that.

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