Not an ideal job for everyone. The business has changed so much since I started back in 2013. It is mostly sales oriented now. If you can't sell add on products or services for them, then you're expendable. Not matter how good of a job you do quality wise. It's sad but true.
You will not always get lunches, the hours are sometimes very long. You will be getting home very late sometimes. It happens alot. You will be working on fully extended ladders, crawling in attics, crawling under houses, digging trenches, dropping cables in walls, digging holes for pole mounts,etc. But most of all, you will be dealing with some of the most unappreciative and rude customers you will ever come across. That's just some of the negative and believe me there is alot more.
On the positive you do get a company vehicle, gas card, basic hand tools and uniforms. The pay is ok. Definitely not great for what the job entails. The pay back then was alot better.
But like I said, Dish network is sales oriented now. That's what they want results on. From hdmi cables and soundbars to mounting tvs, etc.
Work here at your own risk. The company knows all this is true no matter what they reply on here. That's why they go through employees and fsms (managers) on a regular basis. Sorry but this is all true ssi.
Almost an endless amount.