so incredibly not professional people are rude and talk down at you never ever ever work for this company they buy out other places and get rid of all the good people and keep only the people that do nothing
Tech (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 16, 2017
Its Great And Relaxing. I Learned How To Hook Up Cable Boxes And Internet Boxes. The Management Is Great. Its A Warehouse. To Hook Cable And Internet Boxes In The Rain, Sleet, And Snow. Got To Meet Great People.
Ive never had to go to work so under equipped to actually do the tasks given to me. I was paid very well but with no time to ever spend any of it and much of the time I did not have all of the equipment actually needed to complete my jobs
Paid phone, Company Provided vehicle, Good benefits and Pay
Hectic all consuming work schedule, One say off per week, Lots of unscheduled overtime
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX 79925 – December 12, 2016
I used to be a supervisor when they bought the company from Wiretech, but they cut my pay rate and not a lot of options. FTS unfair fired people , HR department they were getting call from technicians about supervisor or other tech and without investigation they fired them , and I found out these people were lying just to get this person fired
Cable Technician (Current Employee) – Norcross, GA – June 9, 2016
Visiting customers residents and installing cable, coax lines throughout homes if needed, set up cable boxes,activate, and arrange in customer expected location. Make sure that outdoor coax cable holder box is properly assembled and wires are inside. Climb ladder to assure cable line is attached to tap, run line from tap to house and assure single is great.
Cable Installer (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – September 24, 2015
I learned to install cable, run cable, change services, climb poles and test the signals. A typical day working with the company was like, you had your good days and bad days just like any other job. Management was pretty much on point. Co-workers, its was days they would attitudes and the vibe there I really didn't like it. My hardest part on the job is doing a big job by myself. The most enjoyable part on the job was meeting new people and learning new things about cable.
Cable Technician (Former Employee) – Agawam, MA – March 10, 2015
This company is a contractor for Comcast Communications. The pay rate was the equivalent to minimum wage at its highest. The number of jobs you were given each day were always below the given number to produce a livable wage.
Installation Technician (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – January 12, 2015
A typical day involved building a particular circuit board or panel box for the corresponding work order. I learned how to read and understand blueprints, build circuit boards and panel boxes using various types of wires and diodes. I learned how to solder and received JST certification. Management were able to provided knowledge due to them being former manufacturing team members. My coworkers are not reluctant to help each other when problems arise. The hardest part of the job is assembling some of the larger, more difficult boards. The most enjoyable part of the job is finishing a board, and knowing you got it right.