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30+ days ago

Engineer II

WindStream communications Twinsburg, OH +6 locations

Analyzes requirements to meet demand and performance of products, systems and/or data. May perform engineering design evaluations including… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Consultant-Communications

WindStream communications Evansville, IN

Do you have what it takes to join our winning team? Because we're looking for top-notch employees at WIN. WIN is the term we like to use because it… Beyond.com


24 days ago

Spec I-ERC Elite Tech

WindStream communications North Carolina

* Responsible for providing support to WINDSTREAM data customers. These data customers will primarily be small-to-medium businesses that purchase… Beyond.com


24 days ago

Sr Software Engineer

WindStream communications Ohio +3 locations

Performs moderately difficult software engineering tasks (dependent on project needs) such as requirements gathering, design documentation… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Architect

WindStream communications Hiawatha, IA

This position will provide leadership to requirements, architecture, design, and implementation of strategic initiatives in the Operations Support… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Network Design Specialist 3 - Memphis, TN (RR)

WindStream communications Memphis, TN

The Network Design Specialist 3 designs and sells Windstream's advanced data products, as a solution to satisfy prospective and current customers… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr Telecom/Network Analyst

WindStream communications New York State

Do you have what it takes to join our winning team? Because we're looking for top-notch employees at WIN. WIN is the term we like to use because it… Beyond.com


9 days ago

Engineer II-Planning

WindStream communications Kentucky +2 locations

The Tactical Planner - Transport will be responsible for the short range (1 to 3yrs) plans dealing with all aspects of transport requirements for the… Beyond.com


24 days ago

Network Analyst III-NOC

WindStream communications Ohio +5 locations

Do you have what it takes to join our winning team? Because we're looking for top-notch employees at WIN. WIN is the term we like to use because it… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Network Analyst II-NOC – new

WindStream communications Arkansas +3 locations

Do you have what it takes to join our winning team? Because we're looking for top-notch employees at WIN. WIN is the term we like to use because it… Beyond.com


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    Work here if you like to feel suffering and pain on a daily basis...like cutting yourself.

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    Former Employee - Corporate  in  Twinsburg, OH
    Former Employee - Corporate in Twinsburg, OH

    I worked at Windstream full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Work at this job if you need some resume building, your first job out of college or you are working at one of the stores or the call center during high school or college. Place is not designed for career orientated people unless you some plan to work yourself into the "good 'ole boys club" and be a lifer. Pay is above minimum wage so it counts to be on a resume.

    Cons

    Almost NONE of the employees are customers because the service is so bad. Call Center people are typically outsourced overseas. The store employees are wage slaves with unrealistic sales goals and if you end up in corporate, in Ohio or Arkansas, be ready for fiefdoms and petty managers in fighting each other in a never ending battle to prove they have the "bigger" department. And if you are one of those guys in the vans, be warned there is a GPS on your vehicle and if you spend too much time at lunch, get ready for a pink slip. That is another problem. The first hick-up the company runs into, layoffs happen.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    People are NOT disposable like restaurant take home containers. Also, I live in southern Ohio now and I have seen those Windstream vans as your company spreads like a virus in your plans to sell yourselves to AT&T or Verizon after you manage to become the only land-line company in America. My only hope is a) you change (and you won't) or b) it becomes "uncool" to even have land line phone service and your stock sinks to Enron levels. At least you'll exist as a human fodder factory as step one on people's career ladders. Like working at the "mill" or the "coal mine" in some small town. Everyone in town works there at some point before realizing "hey...there is a world outside this one-horse town".

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO