Employee (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 5, 2016
That is one of the worst companies I've ever worked for. The company is very unorganized. Management micromanages their teams. I am not set up for success in terms of meeting client demands. The benefits are virtually nonexistent. There is little to no work life balance. At any given moment you are expected to drop whatever you're doing for the client. This means sacrificing important events such as your daughter's graduation. The work I do is never appreciated or even acknowledge. My coworkers are really great, nice people that I enjoy interacting with. The company restructures frequently yet can never seem to get it quite right. With a different leadership team I believe the company would succeed.
Coworkers are friendly and resourceful
Expensive health benefits, no other benefits/perks typically gained from working in corporate America, office located in a horrible area
This company has amazing staff. Like many large companies there are hurdles, but the management and staff work hard to streamline any difficulties that come up. The work atmosphere is fun and exciting.
Worked with a fun competent team in a field office
Senior Client Services Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – October 1, 2015
I functioned as a client service representative and as needed a project manager. Having limited staff in a remote field office to corporate, much had to be accomplished by few. On a monthly basis I would review all client billing before issuance. I reviewed and assisted in facility and network designs. I met with clients and potential clients in an effort to promote our engineering and marketing services. The care of clients was paramount so a great deal of glad handing was done.
Communication is poor between the sales managers to their team and to HR. This is a good job to get by on, but not for a long term career. I do not see this company thriving and succeeding much longer in the competitive market they are in.
People in the NOC and operations are very friendly.
No communication, have to sell the company as well as the service, bad neighborhood for a server room and NOC.
Company lacks foresight. Poor financial decisions have left them rotating and cutting many employees. Not much room for advancement. Human Resources do not understand the company policies, and managers will not fight for their people if a dispute were to occur. This company may also be among the worst with dealing with military reservist/national guard. I do not anticipate this company will exist in the next few years if radical and immediate change does not take place.
Lubbock is not a bad town
Pay is mediocre, company does not back employees, no room for advancement, most of the company is outsourced to India, management and HR do not know their jobs well
My job is challenging on a daily basis and fortunatly I am given leway to come up with unique problem solving ideas with clients needs and wishes in mind for the best out come of the project. I have learned about managment of projects, people, and client interaction as well as communication skills with contractors and permitting agencies. Some of the management requirements are redundent and typically lead to micro management that leads to poor morral. The best part of my job is the people I have had the pleasure of working with and the client personel I have interacted with.