Senior Manager (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – November 20, 2017
The company has a highly specialized and intense culture. If you align with these values, it can be a rewarding and uniquely immersive experience. The firm is also trying earnestly to transform itself into a different kind of company and is hiring lots of millennials in pursuit of that goal.
Unusual opportunity to work on big initiatives. Some really incredible senior executives.
Reality distortion field syndrome with other executives.
Customer Service Representative/Sales (Former Employee) – Hilliard, OH – November 8, 2017
Dish was a great place to work, the problem with the hours and forcing the shift changes with short notice for indefinite periods. people asked for certain shifts and it was always the opposite of what you requested.
Dish has great training system, they are very supportive of their employees. They provide many options for work schedules. there are many perks to working there including discounts on service and a fun work space.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Bluefield, WV – November 7, 2017
long hours and horrible customers. inconsistent scheduling now that its "preference" based. Constantly changing supervisors and work stations. If rude comments and people screaming at you don't bother you, this is the job for you.
Customer Service Represenative (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – November 7, 2017
It’s what you make of it here at dish. I made met some wonderful people here, my coach andtL was cool, if you do good you will be able to move up. For the amount of calls I do think they pay pretty low... Got a lot of food, bonuses, and different schedules to pick from. Able to watch tv while working on the phones .. wasn’t to bad of a job ....especially if ur team/building hitting the mark and doing good ..
Flexible schedules, discounts, culture
Pay, high volume of calls(no time off phones rlly)
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – November 6, 2017
Working for DISH is stressful as any call center job can be, but with DISH its more so due to the fact that management doesn't care about you as a person, all that matters is metrics. There is no job security and room for advancement is lackluster. Working for DISH would be a last option if you have other call centers you can work for.
On the Job Trainer (Former Employee) – Bluefield, WV – November 6, 2017
I use to try to dispell all the negative feedback that accompanied working for Dish even after I had been there for awhile. I turned a blind eye to everything going on under the surface. The place is a social nightmare that compares to high school. Meaning that no matter how hard you work if you are not in the "In" crowd you will only be crapped on and will be passed over for advancement. I wouldn't want my worst enemy to have to endure that place.
Overall good place to work. Some stressfull days, but overall goid place and good people to work with
Associate (Current Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – November 3, 2017
Dish is a good place to work. We get basically free service. They offer Health, dental, vision, 401K, stock options, fair amount of paid days off and Holidays. The only negative for me is no sick days and very strict attendance policy. Attendance is on a points system, and it is very tight.
IHS Technician (Former Employee) – Mokena, IL – November 1, 2017
After receiving decent training your managers expect you to be out there on your own and doing everything perfectly. They will ride you and nit pick your work. They push sales like crazy and just expect you to be able to sell to customers with no real training on the sales aspect at first. took 6 months to get sales training and it was held against me in my reviews before the training.