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6 days ago

Associate RF Engineer

U.S. Cellular Des Moines, IA

• Budgeting: Works with team members to support the capital budgeting process. Monitors and adjusts budgets on RF sponsored projects. • Capacity… U.S. Cellular

2 days ago

Retail Wireless Consultant, Part Time – new

U.S. Cellular Ankeny, IA

U.S. Cellular believes a sale is really a connection. It's an opportunity to understand the changing needs of your customer and share your extensive… U.S. Cellular

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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at U.S. Cellular full-time (More than a year)


    -Potential to make money if you can land a lot of new lines. (Quotas are constantly being raised though.) - Met a lot of awesome people around the company - Good service in most Midwest states - Company tries to have good values, although they don't always hold to them.


    - Took somewhere between a 10k-20k pay cut when they implemented new pay structures - Company keeps driving up quotas, demanding more out of associates, and finding ways to cut pay - Typical crappy retail work schedule. Full-time never gets any time to themselves outside of work. - Turnover in stores is unreal due to the constant change and bad corporate atmosphere in stores. Most people are either looking for a new job or already found one. - Company prides itself on the "Dynamic Organization" which is good, but I would say it hardly holds true in most stores. - The company does a "Culture Survey" which gives employees the chance to give feedback, but the things that are truly presented as issues they just ignore. (i.e. the computer system which was designed by a bunch of 5th graders)

    Advice to Management

    - Stop drinking the company Kool-Aid. Every change that gets implemented in stores is not a good change! - Corporate management - Listen to your employees! They are all frustrated and quitting because nobody in the company will stand up for them. Everyone is afraid to speak up about all the REAL issues because they will just get canned.

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