I worked at DISH full-time (More than 3 years)
So many opportunities for growth and advancement! I had the opportunity to really learn a lot and grow my skill set. I had the BEST manager ever during my last position and she made it an extremely difficult decision to leave.
Benefits were less than desirable. "Not the worst but not the best" is the phrase most often used to describe them.
Lots of bureaucracy and office politics.
Advice to Management
Listen to your employees and focus on being an employer of choice vs. not being the worst place to work.
I applied online. I interviewed at DISH.
Dont waste your time, the interview process is very indicave of the type of behemoth corporate type of company this is. After a quick screen with the recruiter they asked me to take an online assessment which seemed quite irrelevant to the role. There were very dated, inaccurate questions regarding old products or functionality with Twitter, Facebook and Youtube.
I could see based on this experience alone why they have the reputation they do.
Please join us in congratulating Ian Daugherty, Roseland's Employee of the Month for April.Way to go Ian!