Networking, Ohio - March 5, 2017
I've been here about 3 - 6 years. If you're interested in Network, the NOC has revolving door management. There's a new one every year or so. Sales are measured by how many contracts, not if they're profitable. Lots of restructuring, so at least upper management is trying to find a good balance. It's a growing company but falls short in trying to maintain its workforce. Certain members of middle to lower management have been the best I've ever worked with and take a keen interest in their direct reports while others are clearly disinterested. They do try to have fun events and I've looked forward to the company clam bake every year. Just, they mean well but forget we're 24/7 company. So later shifts get looked over for a lot. All in all, it's not terrible - I'm sure the things I've said could be said for a lot of companies out there. And at least they are trying to do better, just slow on the pick up. I don't mind working here, but I don't think I'll retire here. There are some jobs that seem like they're always available, but anything above full time, most of the supervisors and managers are locked in tight except for NOC manager which is extremely volatile (in terms of stability).