Communications Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – May 5, 2016
Though it has been almost 6 years since I worked for CCI, I still remember it well. We had a good team of employees who worked together and Management was very involved in providing all we needed including training and advancement. Working here was a good experience and I learned a lot about being the best customer service representative ever.
Vice President - Commercial Sales (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – April 8, 2016
I enjoyed my experience with CCI. I had the opportunity to integrated 3 separate and distinct organizations resulting from M&A. Launched new market and new products across a national footprint. Developed alternate channel sale in multiple locations.
Job in a very competitive market with high pricing and no advancement possibilities
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Gibsonia, PA – March 21, 2016
There is no potential to move up within the company. A typical day consists of cold-calling, door-knocking, running appointments, formulating proposals, and last but not least, seeking out upper management (extremely time consuming) when you need something. They seem to be short-staffed, and when you need something they are always in meetings or unavailable. It is frustrating to say the least. The market is very competitive and sadly to say, we are not the cheapest (which unfortunately is what decision-makers are looking for a lot of the time).
Good compensation, holiday pay, encentives
Healthcare went up, difficulties talking to upper management, no advancements within company, segregation between co-workers/departments
Good for Someone looking to Make Money...Not for it to be their Career
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – June 9, 2015
Let me just say that my boss was Amazing...Very sweet Very Understanding. Was Hired on as a "tempt" was told in 4 months I would be hired.....Was there over a year and still a tempt. Needed Stability and Benefits and they Would not hire me. To anyone young and just looking to make some money..do it. But They will leave you on as a tempt until they are ready (there was a girl as a tempt there for over 2 years....WOW.
Tech Support (Former Employee) – Charleston, IL – May 8, 2015
I loved working for Consolidated Communications Technical Support. They try very hard to please their customers but at the same time would not throw their employees under the bus like most companies do.
Paid breaks (except lunches), in depth training, wonderful coworkers, good hours
Some team leads unknowledgeable, things change frequently, wouldn't inform right away
Not a employee friendly company cared more about bottom line versus rewarding employees for their hard work. Wouldn't refer anyone with career goals in mind to company . Company has a glass ceiling made of steel.
Direst Service Personnel, Part Time (Current Employee) – Charleston, IL – February 27, 2015
A typical day at work is answering phone and troubleshooting cable issues. I learned to be more patient with people. The most enjoyable part of this job are my coworkers and supervisor. I am surrounded by a awesome group of people. Management is always there when you need help, no matter what.
Productive and diversified, goal oriented work place.
Customer Service Representative Job Duties (Current Employee) – Conroe, Texas – January 2, 2015
Work in a call center, for 8 hours a day or more answer all kinds of incoming calls. Assisting customer's with queries from dsl, to television to analog and voip phone service. Assisting in establishing new accounts, moving services, answering billing questions and solving billing issues. Typing orders for existing and new accounts to movem change, establish or disconnect services including but not limited to voice, dsl, dvs, and voip. High pacedm must meet quality assurance guidelines monthly.
IT Manager (Current Employee) – Roseville, CA – December 11, 2014
Good solid company. Management is very conscientious about work /life balance. Projects are reasonably managed for the size of the company. Technology in the BSS/OSS is kind of dated which will in fact pose larger problems for them as they get larger. The lack of technology architectural direction is costing them money and talent within the IT department.
Benefits package is rich at this time and provide a decent set of options. Savings plan is fully matched up to 6% and the paid time off is pretty standard.
good work/life balance
lack of technology direction, ancient billing system which will (and is) causing them problems
Good experience working with computers and interaction with people
Tech Support Agent (Current Employee) – Charleston, IL – October 5, 2014
I learned how to teach people about TV connections. How different people learn how to remember what they learned. The hardest part of the job has to be not being able to look at them face to face. The most enjoyable thing about the job is talking to people across the nation. And to hear about their lives.