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Pros – They are always hiring technicians. They teach you the trade (paid training). More experienced co-workers are willing to help you out if you need it.
Cons – It takes time to get fast at doing the job, and they expect you to be perfect all of the time gets old.
Advice to Senior Management – Threats are not means of motivation.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – I really can't think of any pros to this company. They allow unethical things to happen to their employees by management and do nothing about it.
Cons – Management was unprofessional, holidays off were not a guarantee, you begin to accrue 3 days of vacation after 1 year of service. The technicians were paid minimum wage and required to work a lot of overtime.
Advice to Senior Management – Consider the needs of your employees and not just yourself.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Overall there are no pros to this company. You will make decent money, but at the cost of 70+ hour work weeks and being thought of as nothing more than a set of numbers.
Cons – Long hours, poor morals, high turnover, poor management, poor communication, deceit about competitive wages and benefits.
Advice to Senior Management – Management will not address any concerns that you may have regarding safety, your "competitive" pay, or "amazing" benefits.
Pros – You get good training and the potenetial to make a lot of money. I have had thousand dollar weeks before. Depending on which office you work out of it can be a good job but demanding.
Cons – Your pay is not hourly its by the job. Its on a point scale and yourpaid so much a point starting out is usually $2.50 a point and they figure 6 points an hour you can work up to $3.50 a point but its hard. Thier are lots of things that are not in your control that can make your per point amount go up or down.
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