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"Worked in logistics"

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Former Contractor - Logistics Employee in Cornelius, OR
Former Contractor - Logistics Employee in Cornelius, OR
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Negative Outlook
No opinion of CEO

I worked at Frontier Communications as a contractor (Less than a year)

Pros

Very fun and well paced. Other employees were a delight to work with. The supervisor was always interested in what anyone had to say and always took into consideration the needs of the individual employees under his supervision.

Cons

The warehouse could get pretty hot in the summer months. Some work was done outside in the direct sunlight in the afternoons. The warehouse could also get pretty cool in the winters. Some work had to be done outside in the wind and rain.

Advice to Management

Put a more efficient heater in the warehouse and better fans for circulation for the summer and winter months.

Other Employee Reviews for Frontier Communications

  1. Helpful (4)

    "on their way out......"

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    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor in Fort Wayne, IN
    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor in Fort Wayne, IN
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Frontier Communications as a contractor (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Good group of people to work with.
    Knowledgeable co-workers <--- learned a lot from these guys!

    Cons

    -Schedules rarely rotate for us night shifters.
    -Antiquated equipment. The amount of really old equipment is sad.

    -Billing system is a mess.

    -Got rid of the Verizon employees after the buyout and replaced with "contractors", big mistake since firing those people keeps Frontier from accessing past bills on a certain billing system. BIG OOPS

    Advice to Management

    Don't make promises you cannot keep.


  2. Helpful (6)

    "Disappointing thus Far :) Miss You Verizon!"

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    Current Employee - Supervisor in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Supervisor in Seattle, WA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Frontier Communications full-time

    Pros

    Frontier's culture allows a level of local control of key decisions that will have the best impact on customers, sales, etc. That is their biggest strength! Relying on their employees to make great decisions.
    Frontier is very nimble at taking a new direction in investment. I am certain that in a rural market with little or no competition, that these two attribute are all that are needed to succeed.

    Cons

    The SLT (Senior Leadership Team) has presented an updated strategy as to where they are taking the company, but to the average work in the highly competitive Seattle Metro area that strategy doesn't add up. The overall feeling of employees in WA is that Frontier is that every new action that the SLT takes is more 'frantic' than the last. After a conversion of all customers and employees from all Verizon systems to Frontier systems, customer service levels have continued to tank far worse than anyone had thought possible. Customers are constantly received no bills, wrong bills, they are disconnected by accident when calling to make a simple change, 20% of service orders are lost until the customer calls in on their due date to ask why no one has shown up.
    Further, under the heading of 'Frontier Frantic', every 90 days (at most) the company strategy changes. First expand the reach....wait... stop....expand the speed.....wait....stop....and on it goes.
    Verizon invested in a very advanced fiber to the home network in the urban and suburban serving areas but Frontier has taken no steps to take advantage of this asset. In Frontier Fios (the fiber to the home network) is a four-letter word.

    Advice to Management

    Invest every minute of your time and every dollar you spend into fixing the customer experience. At least provide a satisfactory experience. Yes, at this point, we would by happy with satisfactory!

    Not everything can be fixed at the local level! Especially with the 1970 AS400 system that many of Frontier's apps run on. Be strategic and be quick in your IT investments. If processes are broken at a national level, and you know it, develop a process or system to improve it. Don't just put it on the backs of the front-line employees. You need support staff, not just front-line. You are big company now!

    Don't overlook the FIOS network! Instead, maximize your use of it! Don't just look at how to save dollars by getting off the Verizon video feeds. Be bold! You can't be a fast follower here! Comcast and Time Warner are eating our lunch!

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