Not great with business ethics
Help Desk Specialist (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – June 29, 2016
It was a great learning environment at first, was under great lead. Until that person left and then instead of fixing issues, things were 'band-aided'. After working there 8 months I still had no permissions or local admin rights to perform any task other than helplessly assign tickets to the appropriate departments for checking. After months and months of begging and constant nagging for the required access to do my required duties, I was let go due to lack of work, when we had been wrecklessly and desperately looking for new temps for many weeks prior. Not a company for advancement at all for they are only in it for the profit and layovers and not the actual work being done. I met some VERY amazing people in there and I wouldn't change meeting those folks for the world. I learned a lot about relationships and how having certain relationships with other parts and cultures of the company helps you grow stronger as a whole professionally and personally. And that's the kind of behavior we need to grow a career and maintain doing something we are passionate about.
Learn personable relationships, high-end technical meetings
Not enough work given, band-aids instead of fixes