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12 days ago

Ecommerce Technologist

Verizon Wireless Piscataway, NJ

advise and manage technical elements throughout the development, implementation… Verizon Wireless

24 days ago

Telecom Project Manager

Verizon Wireless Schaumburg, IL

This Project Management position is responsible for planning, coordinating and managing medium and large scale network projects in a… Verizon Wireless

5 days ago

Quality Assurance and User Acceptance Testing Manager for Mobile and Tablet

Verizon Wireless Irvine, CA +2 locations

Responsible for establishing and executing an error reduction/avoidance strategy using core analytical tools and functional path expertise… Verizon Wireless

28 days ago

Network Repair Bureau Supervisor

Verizon Wireless Bedminster, NJ

• This position manages a team of front line Network Repair Bureau employees with the goal of ensuring optimal team productivity and quality customer… Verizon Wireless

2 days ago

Mgr-Sys Engrg - IT – new

Verizon Wireless Piscataway, NJ

Manager, Systems Engineering-IT wanted by Verizon Wireless (Piscataway, NJ & Warren, NJ). Supervise and manage overall performance of the direct… Verizon Wireless

8 days ago

RF Systems Performance Engineer

Verizon Wireless New Berlin, WI +2 locations

• Provides technical leadership and subject matter expertise to track, trend, identify, and resolve system performance related network issues, and… Verizon Wireless

4 days ago

Tech Apprentice

Verizon Wireless North Charleston, SC

Provide exceptional customer service and technical support for internal and external voice and data product customers. Troubleshoot hardware and… Verizon Wireless

12 days ago

Principal Engineer System Peformance

Verizon Wireless Schaumburg, IL

RF design and planning is experiencing a paradigm shift; with the emergence of HetNet, LTE capacity constraints, and the rollout of VoLTE, it is… Verizon Wireless

26 days ago

Director Reverse Logistics, Device Repair

Verizon Wireless Fort Worth, TX

This position is responsible for managing all the activities within the Centralized Returns and Testing Center (CRTC). This includes strategic… Verizon Wireless

17 days ago

mCommerce Managing Engineer

Verizon Wireless Basking Ridge, NJ +2 locations

documents with product managers and cross functional teams, 3) Drafting initial product development plan and marketing requirements, 4) Identifying… Verizon Wireless

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    Good company with bad management

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    Current Employee - Assistant Retail Store Manager  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Assistant Retail Store Manager in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Verizon Wireless full-time for more than 8 years


    Great Salary and benefits.


    Retail hours are terrible. 7 A.M. Friday meetings are a joke and not productive at all. No one takes them seriously and goof around during calls to include the managers. Employees are very, very unhappy at their jobs. There is no employee retention or loyalty. There's no employee advancement either. They could care less if you go or stay. DM's are very into themselves and not so much into their employees unless of course you are really good looking. Sad to see that they hold themselves higher than God. Small talk with employees are fake and not personable. All they care is numbers and how they can chew some butt if you don't meet them. If you do well, they acknowledge you because it benefits THEM, but if you are average they give you no attention. No accountability for anyone. Company wide they have different standards for different people. Advancement defiantly comes with good looks and youth. Instead of rewarding managers for the work the sales people do on the floor, reward the employees instead. They do all the dirty work for you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay attention to your senior employees and provide them with advancement tools. They become stale because you don't give them the attention and acknowledgment they deserve. Get rid of the Friday meetings. They make no difference for anyone. Stop punishing employees but start rewarding them. Stop taking away benefits. I remember the old Verizon. It was good.

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