Engineer (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MN – November 14, 2018
Progressive company that treats me fairly. They have a good Work/Life balance and Benefits that are Par. Steady work, fair pay, and good people.
Centrally located in the Western suburbs, in a decent building shared with other tenants. The building has a cafeteria that serves "cafeteria quality" food, a TCF bank branch, a small fitness center and a small convenience store where you can grab a snack or energy drink.
Great CEO with great visionary. I respect him and he is the very reason I show up for work every day. I am allowed to remote once a week. I have learned how to interview and hire technicians for the trade I work in
Purchasing (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – March 1, 2018
People were spectacular, management was very experienced and fair. I'd love to go back some day if a suitable position were to open up, especially if I were still allowed to work from home on occasion.
Small company that has grown too large too quickly. Culture demands perfection but gives no support and expects long days and 100% commitment level, regardless of outside lives, of all employees. No work life balance. Company has potential to be a really great place to work, but has a lot of internal structures to put in place before its possible.
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – October 30, 2017
Expanded my knowledge about most office procedures and working in multiple software applications. Managers are Most usually fair and easy to communicate with. Pay not that great. Wages only increased $5 to $6 in a 13 year span.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Carmel, IN – October 10, 2017
working for CW was great. It was like home away from home. The people in the Indy office are great. The paid is not great at all. Not a hard job, Stressful only because there is no stability you never know when they are going to tell you if today is your last day. Regardless of how great a job you do. I think they have there favorite but what place don't.
Self Emplloyed (Current Employee) – hamplin – June 18, 2017
The focus has been from a client driven atrmosphere to petty focus on finger pointing and lack of proffessionalism. Always looking over your shoulder is no way to work. This enviroment has promoted a severe lack of focus on those who pay the companies bills. Management allows tenured staff to be larger than those they are suppose to serve.
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Carmel, IN – January 6, 2017
When starting off at Comm-Works you will receive a nice salary. As the time goes on you will still have that same salary with a ton of more work. You are giving a company cell that must be answered at all times: days, nights, weekends and holidays. You have the ability to work from home, but if you are not on the "Secret Elite" list you are discouraged to do so. There is no training. You sink or swim. Starting in November of each year you never know if you are the chosen one to be let go. It is very unsettling to be employed there from November to the beginning of each year.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Carmel, IN – September 13, 2016
Day to Day at Comm-Works you will take on multi-tasking between vendors, contractors and field managers to ensure that the day to day process for the projects get completed in a timely manner and with little to no complications. The most enjoyable part of this company is communicating with people all over the world. Also, gaining knowledge of the technical field as well as project managing. The hardest part of my position is completing one task before the other. At Comm-Workers your co-workers are very professional and open to help you exceed greatly within the company.
Comm-Works is a nation-wide IT infrastructure company that installs and monitors hardware, software, and cabling in retail and business chain locations. It is a fun yet business-oriented place to work.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – October 13, 2015
I worked from home so I didn't have that much opportunity to build rapport with co-workers and management - only when I would visit once or twice a year. It made it difficult to learn and master the job as training and support were minimal for remote sales staff. My manager had some what of a difficult personality to deal with, but I really liked my sales and support co-workers at corporate. I do think this company has a solid product and service offering to their retail clients, and believe they do have a good reputation in the marketplace for their industry.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – May 6, 2015
Employees always seem concern about job security. Company and sales team lack of values. I personally was paid well, but the majority of the Operation teams are underpaid. They refuse to learn from their mistakes. The Company brought in a new CEO with no prior experience. This persons lacks in leadership and knowledge when it comes to running a Operations team. The Company continue to struggle financially and seems to always be borrowing money to stay above water.
Hard working employees that care about the Customers, Able to work from Home allowing for a flexible schedule at times
Very week Upper Management Leadership, lack of values
IT Support Technician (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MN – April 11, 2015
The Comm-Works environment is welcoming and forward thinking. Comm-Works is a company that is on the edge of technology which has gather a strong and dynamic IT team together. My co-workers are positive individuals and innovative. I believe in the direction our director is taking the IT department and the most enjoyable part of the job is working with the team to complete objectives. The hardest part will be that in a small IT team you wear many hats and so it can difficult to remember all things and all applications. In conclusion, I enjoy working at Comm-works and will recommend Comm-Works to anyone.