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Goodman Networks CEO Ron Hill
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36 Ratings

    Great Wireless Telecommunicutions Company / Turf Vendor, but staffing model has some serious flaws

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Schaumburg, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Schaumburg, IL

    I worked at Goodman Networks as a contractor (less than an year)


    Great team environment within the department. Wonderful coworkers, decent pay, and excellent exposure to the industry.


    Difficulties arise working across departments. Colleagues in other departments don't seem to understand that the compliance work needs to get done before they can proceed, and often compliance clearance timelines are beyond anyone's control.

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    The company needs to work on fostering trust by keeping a full-time permanent staff rather than rotating temps every 3-6 months, just when the workers are up to speed on the corporate protocols and on the substantive work, regulations, and procedures. The current model of terminating temps at or before their contracts end is counterproductive and short-sighted. The company needs to work on fostering trust among employees and across departments by keeping full-time staff in all departments, not by rotating temps in certain departments while keeping permanent employees in others. Any extra budget this might require is completely moot given the learning curve required to train new temps, and the general company-wide lack of cohesiveness every time new temps are brought on. This shortsightedness is eating into the company's bottom line without upper management realizing it.

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Goodman Networks Interviews

Updated Nov 26, 2014
Updated Nov 26, 2014

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    Mid Level Manager Interview

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Goodman Networks.

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    long, extremely long decision process, but when they make a decision, they expect you to have everything done at the drop of a dime. 1 on 1 interview was pleasant, with professionals. HR could learn a lesson or 2 from them !!

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Headquarters Plano, TX
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Company - Private
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

For more than a dozen years, Goodman Networks has been a trusted wireless services company, helping our customers respond to rapid technological advances and meet subscriber expectations. We offer a complete family of solutions for wireless carriers, OEMs, backhaul service providers, enterprise and government customers. Our end to end to solutions range from, network design... More

Mission: To provide our customers with the highest quality wireless and wireline engineering, deployment, integration and maintenance solutions.

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