Crown Castle has been the best company I have ever worked for
Construction Management (Former Employee), Denver, CO – October 7, 2014
Pros: company culture, alot of work, stability
Cons: heavy demands upon personnel to perform with an over abundance of work.
When I joined Crown Castle I quickly found that this is a company of people who care about the people that work for them. The salary is comensurate with industry standard. However, the benefits are far above industry standard.This is a company that concentrates on development of the employee, fixing processes and employee retention while maintaining – more... the bottom line. It is an affluent company that seeks to continue its growth.
I highly recommend this company for employment. – less
Licensing Administrator (Former Employee), Pittsburgh – September 18, 2014
Pros: hours, work/life balance
Cons: management, pay
They hire temps and lie to you about your timeframe. I was told I would be brought on full-time within 6 months. I worked for there for a year until I relized they were dragging me on so I found a new position. The management also is a problem. They micro-manage like no tomorrow. Pay is below average for positions
Technical Analyst (Current Employee), Canonsburg, PA – July 20, 2014
Management will assist in job growth. They do not out you applying for another position. Therefore, they are open to conversing with you about growing with in the company.
This is a good place to work. You often hear that about companies, but this organization is good to their employees. The company is growing and on a upward turn. They is low turnover, – more... not many people leave the organization. – less
Project Coordinator (Current Employee), Irvine, CA – November 7, 2013
Pros: free lunches sometimes
Cons: hard to get permanent unless you like to talk a lot
Worked hard for over a year and kept on getting passed up on permanent positions to other temps who work less efficiently than me. They keep on piling up more and more work for you and expect you to finish it all. Management is very poor. Hard work is not rewarded. The only way to move up is to be a ditz. Even if you save the company hundreds of thousands – more... and work way more efficient than your co-workers who like to chit chat, you will get passed up many times for permanent positions because you do enough small talk. – less
Very outgoing work place, productive and energetic
Tower Structural Analyst (Current Employee), Alpharetta, GA – September 25, 2012
Pros: free lunch every friday and casual mondays and fridays
I love my job as a TSA tower structural analyst. I do approximatel 7-8 TIA's (Tower inspection audit) per day. The day goes by fast but no without plenty of fun. On our 15 min breaks we play a game of ping pong in which we have a table in the breakroom.