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"It's a great company to work for"

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Former Employee - Sales Agent in Alpharetta, GA
Former Employee - Sales Agent in Alpharetta, GA
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

I worked at Comcast part-time (Less than a year)

Pros

Employees get cable services for FREE! Employees only pay $10 for home security and pay $4 for landline phones. Over $20 for Part-time employees get full-time benefits. They have permanent part-time job positions.

Cons

It doesn't matter how good the employee sale the products, because if the customer doesn't want it then they are not going to get it.

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    "Expereince"

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    Former Employee - Confidential in Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Confidential in Philadelphia, PA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Comcast full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    I worked in Comcast NETO (national engineering and technology operation) department. Comcast NETO is a best fit for you if you are lazy and if you are not talented. Comcast does not like highly energetic and smart people. Thus, pros of working in Comcast is that you do not have to do much work, you can come to office late, you can go home early, you will be able spend a lot of time not doing any work but chit-chatting with your colleagues, you can take a long lunch break, you spend significant of your time scrolling Internet, you can show an excuse and work from home almost all the time. But you have to be strong in office politics and you have to say "yes sir" to managers. The greatest people who enjoy in Comcast are the Managers/Directors/Vice-Presidents in the NETO division. If you are managers, you are always 100% correct. Managers/Directors/Vice-Presidents in the NETO division do not have any accountability. Even you are the worse Managers/Directors/Vice-Presidents in the world, you will survive and receive heavy bonus/options as long as you are skillful in office politics and you are "Mr. Yes Sir."

    Cons

    As you slowly pass your time working in Comcast NETO, you will become useless since you will become lazy, "Mr. Yes Sir" type of person, and lose your skill set. More importantly, extreme office politics will stress you out significantly. If you are highly talented, innovative, and fast-paced person you will become 'enemy number one' in Comcast. You will be seen as "non-colaborative". Many highly talented and strong contributing personnel have left Comcast during the last five years and they are shining in other companies.

    Advice to Management

    Need to layoff at least 90% of the current Manager/Sr. Manager/Directors/Vice Presidents from Comcast NETO. Need to layoff at least 50% of the current individual contributors. This layoff is necessary to remove politicians, incompetent, dumb, and lazy personnel (both in Management and Individual contributor) from Comcast NETO. Hire, talent pool-- with both engineering and management degrees from top US schools.


  2. "High energy, high stress."

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    Former Employee - Management in Mount Laurel, NJ
    Former Employee - Management in Mount Laurel, NJ
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Comcast full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Work with cutting edge technology, highly skilled engineers, Company as a whole is great!

    Cons

    Too much going on with shifting priorities, finance has too much control over projects

    Advice to Management

    Once a project is approved and funded, the project manager should control the spend timing, not finance.


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