I have been working at Pro-Vision Video Systems full-time
When I first applied for the job, I read the reviews on here and was questioning of the negative ones. You have to take any type review that is negative with a grain of salt. Since being hired, I have found not a single negative thing that has deterred me from working here. I am not in a management position - yet I am respected, listened to, and valued for what I bring to the company. Which is hard work and doing the best job I can. Like any other job - they have realistic expectations of professionalism and work conduct. As long as you work hard and have the drive to do well, you will succeed. There is transparency, community, support and the opportunity to grow. I wanted to come back to this site and emphasize the positives because I feel Pro Vision should receive their due credit for being an established, professional and solid place to work for. Looking back at it i'm glad I didn't let a few disgruntled employees change my mind. The best part about the job: the people! Everyone who works here is welcoming, friendly and caring.
There's none. Be willing to communicate; If there is a problem/concern and you talk to them about it, they will help you.
Advice to Management
Keep it up! It's great that you dedicate the time to be involved with your employees.
I interviewed at Pro-Vision Video Systems in July 2017.
Applied and did an online assessment. I guess my answers suggested I am too smart to fall for their BS, because they denied me after that and wouldn't talk to me or answer any questions. I did literally thousands of install jobs over 12 years and then decided to get an engineering degree. I am probably overqualified for the position but I didn't care because I just missed being an auto technician. I didn't care about the salary and I assumed the 60k+ per year was a over exaggerated before I even applied. 12v installers just don't make that much we just do it anyway because we enjoy it. I guess I expected someone to actually look at my resume and talk to me. A very unprofessional experience. Also, I was willing to give my skilled labor for way less than my engineer salary. Pro vision messed up!
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