Diamond Wireless

  www.diamond-wireless.com
  www.diamond-wireless.com
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It's worth it's wait.

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Former Employee - Store Manager
Former Employee - Store Manager

I worked at Diamond Wireless full-time (more than 3 years)

Pros

The friendly atmosphere is great! Being close to the home office helps for career development! Many of my coworkers have gone on to manage stores and districts, and not not mention the new market positions. Easy to work-with schedule. Paid training and mileage, not to mention contest bonuses! Easy to progress!

Cons

Vacation gets capped at two weeks! High turnover with people working less than a year. Untimely meetings and scheduling for management. Raises are non-existent for sales associates! Who you know helps.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Choose one thing at a time to focus on. You can't just be better at everything all the time!

Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

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    If you're not a robot, don't bother working there

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    Former Employee - Diamond Wireless Area Manager in Salt Lake View Addition, UT
    Former Employee - Diamond Wireless Area Manager in Salt Lake View Addition, UT

    I worked at Diamond Wireless part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Kind of good pay (but they sure expect you to work 24x7)

    Free candies and 25 cents soda

    You hear people back stabbing each other and it's a total jokes that give you a good laugh.

    Cons

    HR is always on your @-$$. They re not helpful. They are there to do their "K9" job.

    Too much politics. If you don't fit in on the first day, you'll never be.

    They expect to hire a robot that runs 24x7, not a human who can only work 5 days a week.

    If you try to stand up for yourself you're $krewed! Your manager will make sure your life there is over.

    Pretty much most people who work there don't know what else they should do somewhere else. Mostly high school grads and managers who dresses up like a pole dancer.

    Worst benefits ever. No health insurance until you pass the first 180 days. No sick leave, 9 holidays and 5 vacation days/year. The insurance premium is higher than what you would pay for a self-insured plan.

    Last but not least, you can try your best to be nice and work your @-$$ off but at the end if they don't like you you're done!

    And the owners don't care $chit about you either.

    **what goes around comes around**

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop being a cheater and start really caring for people who help you make schitt load of money for once please! Start to hear them out and not take anyone's side, please!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
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    Competitive

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX

    I worked at Diamond Wireless full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I learned more about the information and telecommunications industry from this job than any before it. In fact, I was excited to learn that they will give you an actual training (i.e. when you begin, you aren't just told to sit in front of a computer and complete the videos, or given a day-long lecture on policy and procedure, then shoved in the pool. This company prides itself on being the best-educated staff in their business, as well as the most competitive. Also, your wages are full-commission (or minimum wage, whichever is greater), which means that pay is phenomenal! Further, management really knows how to create a fun workplace and keep their staff driven with contests, free conversation, and encouraged competition between individuals and teams with rewards that people actually want. (If you win a contest, you don't just get a little pin for your nametag that says "Good work, Gipper!" There are actual benefits.)

    Cons

    There are quotas and serious consequences for having "a bad month". Also, sometimes competition can go too far, causing personal issues between colleagues (especially when traffic slows in May and September).

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
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