Cons: pay continually restructured for less, management interchange, poor products, payments way behind
When I first was hired, the theory was I could make up to $85,000 a year from commissions. By the time of the third restructure in salary, a perfect employee could only obtain up to $55,000 (realistically $40-50k) while being asked to do about three times the work. Point blank, if you just need a job, it's pretty low key and stress free but you will be on borrowed time. Lots of employees have been let go or quit due to the incompetence of upper management. Working in the cable industry means poor customer service and you'll end doing a lot of damage control between properties and customers. They've also had issues paying contractors as well. I wouldn't be surprised if this company ends up selling in the next year or two to another provider as they just seem to be way over their head with the amount of properties they've acquired within the last year.