Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Kearney, NE – August 12, 2013
Viaero was a fun place to work. The people that work there are very helpful and have a lot of energy. It is also a great place to learn about the applications of new technology in the business world and meet new people in the community
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – Grant, NE – July 30, 2017
I loved traveling to different locations to help the sales get better. Traveling and meeting people was the best part of my job. I liked the staff and different stores and the people in each store were very special.
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Holdrege, NE – April 13, 2017
Can be a rewarding job in the right market. You definitely improve your flexibility with regards to the corporate office's management style. Working with the customers can be rewarding most of the time.
Peaceful, calm work environment. Must be okay with just sitting most of the day waiting for calls.
Data Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Morgan, CO – February 12, 2017
Job has good benefits, fun to work around all other employees. Job has a lot of favoritism, long hours, and a lot of drama going around the building. A lot of the work hours are just sitting waiting for calls to come through, not a lot of work to do to keep busy.
Good company but quotas and changes aren't as realistic
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Kearney, NE – February 7, 2017
Been working here for a year now. The plans are not too difficult to sell because Viaero is always trying to get cheaper and still provide great services. I personally stopped being as hard working when the quota was changed and they started penalizing people for not meeting quota. There are some stores that just don't get enough traffic and the marketing does not produce quality commercials or flyers. I used to really enjoy it, but with all the changes and their attempt to transition into being corporate, they've lost long-time employees and have had bad turn over.
Flexible hours, Good pay, Learning experience
"V-Up" training(training for those who don't meet quota) is not helpful, service is not great so it can be hard to sell
Data Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Morgan, CO 80701 – July 27, 2016
I worked in the call center so, very different from being in the store... Management is great and more than willing to work with you when things come up. Pot lucks every month, pop corn machine in the break room, great people to work with.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Ft. Morgan, CO – July 26, 2016
Expect to work long hours and not be at family events very much. Leaving "on time" is frowned upon so dont expect to go home on time. The initial training is decent but after your first week you are pretty much left to keep the customer waiting and figure everything out on your own. The demands are high for the pay which is 12$. If youre looking for a job, look elsewhere. This companies morals are were stashed away a long time ago in a money vault.
Family/Work balance for the pay, bad training, lots of rude 'help and support' employees.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Fort Morgan Co – July 30, 2015
Stressful to work under the quota system they have set up because you don't know if the next month not meeting quota if you would have a job, but this community has great bonus opportunities, great pay, the manager in my territory was not the greatest but there were some really good ones.
Director of Sales (Former Employee) – Fort Morgan, CO – July 14, 2015
Viaero Wireless is a regional carrier that mainly covers Colorado and Nebraska. Viaero primarily covering small towns throughout these states. A typical day consist of the hiring, coaching, training and the development of our retail sales teams. Tracking key metrics, setting sales goals, while inspecting our expectations.
constant work, family atmosphere, just fun to climb and hang in the air
Tower Climber (Current Employee) – Fort Morgan, CO – July 1, 2015
A day at work consisted of constructing new cell cites from the ground up and installing fibers and hardware necessary to turn site on. over my time I've learned how to properly construct and conduct all matters of the tower in a timely and safe manor. my co-workers quickly became close friends seeing how i was with them 5-14 days at a time in hotels and working 60-80 hour weekly shifts with them day in and day out. Hardest part of the job was without a doubt the physically demanding climb and workload we had at all times. Although at the same time just climbing hundreds of feet in the air with your friends was worth the pain.
Fostered an environment of paranoia and insecurity; liked to shuffle through as many employees as possible and not retain or train employees
Store Manager and RSA (Former Employee) – holdrege, kearney, ne – February 2, 2015
This company basically treats employees like garbage once they have used them to their benefit and find no more use for them. Turnover there is horrible but the product they try to sell is substandard. The management is just a group of suck up asskissers. Sorry I wish I had better things to say about this company.
unreasonably quotas; paranaoia and insecurity (always felt you were going to get fired)
Manager (Current Employee) – Nebraska – January 15, 2015
Every company has it's ups and downs, but at the end of the day, Viaero is a hard-working company full of people who are very passionate about their jobs and who are very loyal to our owner.
From day one, I was given training and all the tools I needed to do my job. I was also respected by my manager for my skills and experience, and was able to begin contributing to the team immediately. I.T. rocks, and they are always there to support those of us in the field.
I am proud of Viaero's mission, and have seen so much forward progress in my 4 years here with regard to products and services, practices and policies, and management.
I'm looking forward to seeing us continue to grow!
Free phone and service; Great insurance benefits; Excellent products and services