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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Time Warner Cable full-time for more than 10 yearsPros
Time Warner Cable is a solid company to work for -- overall great personnel who truly care about each other and the customers we serve. There are many employees with 10+ years of service.
Excellent benefits - insurance, complimentary cable/Internet service, 401k, pension (once vested), etc. Training programs available for employees to further their knowledge within their own roles and expand to other opportunities.
I'm on the salary side (not hourly), so from my perspective, the pay is quite fair and competitive.Cons
If you cannot handle change -- and sometimes rapid change -- this is not the place for you. To thrive at TWC (and likely anywhere in the telecom industry), you must be adaptable and flexible, both in managing workload and in your perspective.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Current senior management works very hard to communicate with employees, via email, blogs, Channel You (online portal) and occasional livestream Town Hall meetings. These are all good formats for information sharing, especially in the current environment of the pending merger with Comcast, and they recognize the need to address employees' questions and concerns.RecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online - interviewed at Time Warner Cable in August 2014.Interview Details
Initially got a call from corporate TWC HR recruiter and was asked several questions pertaining to general technical knowledge and also asked about tiered Network 1-10 ratings then as went well was told salary and bonus options and was told would get a call from Interview scheduler to set up an interview. Interview was set for following week with hiring manager and a local Sales Engineer as well as briefly with RAM(Regional Account Manager).Interview Questions
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Time Warner Cable (TWC) makes coaxial quiver. The company is the #2 US cable company, after Comcast, with operations in 28 states. Its core service areas are located in New York, Ohio, Texas, the Carolinas, and southern California. TWC has about 14 million mostly residential basic cable subscribers. The company provides broadband Internet access to about 9 million consumer and commercial customers primarily through ISP brand Road Runner. It offers VoIP digital phone service to about 4 million customers in conjunction with Sprint Nextel. TWC also provides mobile broadband...