Experience specialist (Current Employee) – Michigan – January 8, 2017
Stay away from royal oak store's not my favorite job. Just benefits and compensation is. I don't want yo talk about this anymore but your systems keeps asking me to write more information when I have no more information to give
Customer Service/ARSO (Former Employee) – Fairview Park, OH – January 7, 2017
Verizon was a good place t work but hours were a it crazy. retail hours are crazy and we were understaffed for wha needed to be completed. management was good but upper management was really not aware of the day to day workings
Sr. Automation Tester (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – January 7, 2017
This is my first job as Manual and automation tester. I love my roles and responsibilities where a usual tester performs as a part of his duty. I have learnt as much as from my project to build my career as a automation tester.
Solutions Specialist (Former Employee) – Huntington, NY – January 7, 2017
Cool job. Very aggressive sales. I made good money for the time I was there but it is very easy to get stuck in time there. You have to cross the "grey area" in order to make money or you'll be like me. Job searching.
free lunch, bonus
no days off, working late everyday, working every holiday with no vacations after November-January
Solution Specialist (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – January 7, 2017
Great place to work, amazing compensation, but very draining. Lots of over head pressure, depending on your store. A mix of guests treating me like dirt and management overlooking ratios in favor of pure volume are what eventually lead to my departure.
Solutions Specialist Novi (Current Employee) – Novi, MI – January 7, 2017
A quarter of staffing was recently laid off making it very difficult on the remaining staff. More responsibilities that were previously placed on particular role are now being placed on sales associates. When working on commission it's very difficult to reach the goals if we have to now focus on technical support work and education of customers.
Cable Splicing Technician (Former Employee) – NY, NY – January 6, 2017
A typical day at work was fast paced and made enjoyable by the people I worked with. I learned allot about getting the job done and taking pride in it. Relationship between craft and management was a good one for the most part. Working with my co-workers was like working with family. The hardest part of the job working outside in the winter. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with a group of people who all cared about each other.
Being able to work overtime and very good benefits.
System Performance Engineer Co-Op/Intern (Former Employee) – Bridgeville, PA – January 6, 2017
A typical day in the office is to get in and do the work that is expected of you. Always be proactive with research or data collection because this industry moves fast. Management is amazing, coworkers are all very knowledgeable. Hardest part of the internship was finding work to do that was within my skill set. Enjoyed not always being in the office and driving to collect data.
Free lunches with training, helpful management, friendly workplace
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Novi, MI – January 6, 2017
Working for this company I had no free time open 7 days a week.You also work holidays weekends .Have to hit your numbers or look forward to being written up.Pay is great but not work the time you waste of your life
Retail Sales and Customer Service Representatives (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – January 6, 2017
i learned so much about technology . I was a sales and customer service representative for 10 years. i learned how to trouble shoot all types of wireless devices. i also have to help customers with their bills.
Competitive sales in the wireless industry and leading top company to work for. Great work/life balance and wonderful benefits. Must be energized by change and unafraid to set set personal sales goals.Demanding schedule.