INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN, New Jersey - December 10, 2015
It had its moments, as you were in charge of yourself enough that you could make or break your compensation, but often following rules and code to the letter left you with awful paychecks. Too much work for too little pay. The work/life balance wasn't really a thing, you finished when the work was complete...and often 6 days a week when they need you. When they cut costs during the winter, youd be lucky to make a "full" paycheck. The NJ office continues to decline, with little respect paid to the techs, so anyone with an opportunity to leave does so quickly and permanently. No raises, so/so benefits, unpredictable work load and the lip service and hoops one has to jump through just to get properly compensated for work that falls outside of the scope. It's a shame because it COULD BE a great place to work, but the rule book makes it clear how to run an office.It sits in a locker that says "Break glass in case of differing opinions by technicians" . Supervisors overseeing techs were a good group of guys however.