58% would recommend to a friend
(2719 total reviews)
63% approve of CEO
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Wondering if I should ask for a raise, been with the company for 11 mos, since being hired I have taken on more responsibility, I have gotten my Google Project Management Certification, and I am scheduled to sit for my PMP Certification Exam in March. 70% of the PMs at the company do not have their PMP Certs, just years of experience and their MBA.
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- "The benefits are good and not to expensive and they pay for certifications and school just to name a few things." (in 144 reviews)
- "The people at CompuCom are great and make it what it is." (in 111 reviews)
- "Flexible work from home options" (in 74 reviews)
- "They do provide good training and will pay for certifications." (in 48 reviews)
- "They do have a good work life balance and it is a pretty laid back atmosphere." (in 47 reviews)
- "Poor management for employee needs" (in 220 reviews)
- "low pay...company excpects employess to work..off the clock...inventory..calls to customers.." (in 173 reviews)
- "No Raises after 10 years of Employment" (in 107 reviews)
- "No such thing for compensations for doing a good job; only finger pointing as most managers are good at doing." (in 103 reviews)
- "salary is low and so many calls" (in 68 reviews)
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Updated Nov 29, 2023
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- 4.0Nov 15, 2023PSE Sales and Service AssociateFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsFort Mill, SC
Lots of women in leadership roles Salary was excellent Benefits were good
Senior leadership seems to have a hard time deciding on direction of the company
- 2.0Nov 25, 2023Technical Trainer AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAtlanta, GA
Work from home everyday so no commute, only have to go into office for special projects occasionally.
Little pay, promotions are not easy to come by, and upper management is disconnected from day to day of job.
- 3.0Nov 20, 2023Program DirectorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearNewark, NJ
Lots of well-intentioned managers. New Management has invigorated company sales and operations team
Current management very reliant on homegrown spreadsheets and manual processes
- 2.0Nov 8, 2023Account ExecutiveFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsFort Mill, SC
A lot of good people to work with
Losing a lot of clients due to degradation of service, leadership approach is to offset revenue loss by cost reductions3
- 1.0May 17, 2023ConsultantCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsCharlotte, NC
You will learn a lot, since you will sign up for one job, but will then be expected to perform 3-5 jobs, without an increase or change in title. Drinking out of a firehose builds character and prepares you for your next normal work environment. After you are done with CC, you will be proud of your resilience and bounceback, being in such a toxic environment.
Leadership is ill-equipped to lead. Especially the C-Suite. Empathy is lacking and CC has the wrong people leading the organization. It is astounding how immature the operating committee is, segregated by what one side calls "The Mean Girls". Integrity is lacking in leadership, and if you call someone out for their lack of it, be prepared to be bullied and harassed until you resign. They toe the line of constructive dismissal and will do everything to push you out the door. It's a bait and switch when you sign on with Compucom. You sign up for one job, but then, as they struggle to make ends meet, they do not backfill roles and you end up doing multiple roles, without an increase, title change or even a thank you. And there is no external Ombudsman to report concerns to, so if it's someone at the Executive level that you want to report, without fear of reprisal - forget about it.5
- 1.0Oct 5, 2023Field Service TechnicianFormer Employee, less than 1 yearPortland, OR
You get lots of certifications and travel in your area.
Sounded great when I started. M-F 9-5, great territory. One month in, 12-9, Tues-Sat, plus on call, and a horrible territory, basically a total lie. They brag about billion dollar deals and yet wont pay you the federal suggested mileage rate. Many times you are on your own, even on the first time you are doing a job type. One of the guys had been there 7 yrs, a manager, was up to $23 an hr. I left and made almost double in the same field, without needing to travel Oh and with actual benefits! Was told Id never be made a permanent employee and get benefits1
- 2.0Oct 5, 2023Configuration TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 1 yearPaulsboro, NJ
Some of the people i met there i have become friends with for life.
working long hours in a windowless warehouse on hard concrete floors while unable to have your phone on you for any reason whatsoever. No career progression is possible while raises were out of the question. The company was bought and sold 3 separate times while i was employed as everyone tried playing hot potato with it.
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CompuCom has an overall rating of 3.3 out of 5, based on over 3,204 reviews left anonymously by employees. 58% of employees would recommend working at CompuCom to a friend and 47% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -3% over the last 12 months.
58% of CompuCom employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated CompuCom 3.5 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.4 for culture and values and 3.2 for career opportunities.