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Marketing Data & Analytics Specialist

CompuCom Tewksbury, MA

The Specialist Level has the ability to solve a wide range of difficult problems using professional concepts and company policies and procedures in… CompuCom

3 days ago

Solution Architect

CompuCom Boston, MA

The Solution Architect has wide-ranging experience in a Center of Expertise (COE) and uses CompuCom concepts and objectives to solve complex issues… CompuCom

9 days ago

Software Design Engineer 4 (Engineering)

CompuCom Boston, MA

Acts as project engineer for complex programs in design, development and analysis for software products. Proposes new ideas and products and guides… CompuCom

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    Desktop Support Analyst

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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at CompuCom full-time (More than 3 years)


    Starting pay for Desktop Support is some of the best in my region (but still well below national avg). My direct supervisor is one of the best I've ever had the pleasure of working for, and the rest of my team is also pretty awesome. Training is readily available, to include certifications.


    Raises have been frozen since before I came on nearly 5 years ago. Medical benefits have been rolled back to nothing more than an HDHP w/ HSA, which is absolutely terrible for anyone who has to visit the doctor for more than regular yearly checkups.

    Advice to Management

    The CEO recently explicitly stated that Compucom was bringing back raises. A few short months after that, and it turns out they're still frozen, and this horrible excuse for a healthcare plan comes out during open enrollment. You don't make promises to your employees that you can't back up, and you're going to lose a lot of your more experienced employees to this severely-reduced healthcare plan. I will literally be working for less total compensation this year than I did last year. The more you short-change employees, the more you will short-change the company and your investors in the long-term.

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