Field Analyst (Former Employee) – Acworth, GA – April 11, 2018
Compucom merged with Wang, a previous employer of 10 years. It provided more than 40 hours a week of job, due to high demands of our clients. Overall, I have enjoyed working for world-class clients, very well known nationally, and had great benefits from CompuCom.
Gasoline allowance, benefits and overtime
Working on-call status is 24 hours, 7 days in a week, once/month.
Active Directory Migration Technician (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 9, 2018
Company was out sourced by HCA to upgrade all computers to Windows 7 from Windows xp. There was a lot of Plane travel as the locations were in Mississippi, Louisiana , North Carolina Georgia and Tampa. We worked in teams, and the work day routine was outlined with guidelines and technical instructions. Worked with same 5 team members when we traveled to each and every Hospital to 5 different Staes
Loved the travel paid by company and learned alot of different Technical environments
No stability as when Project upgrades completed so was the work
Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – April 2, 2018
I have worked for CompuCom 4 years this go round, worked previously and I have to say the 1st 5years were great. Since new CEO took over and moved corporate to South Carolina, management does not care for its employees, little to no communication. Raises never, so if you get in you better get what u want before you sign on the dotted line. The best thing was working remote and then they took that away when they opened the new corporate office in South Carolina for no reason but to have bodies in the building.
IT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – New York, NY 10017 – March 30, 2018
My Manager here was an absolute delight. H was super helpful and made sure I had everything necessary to succeed. The people that I worked with were very nice, and the client they placed me with was also very nice. Good work life balance, I didn't constantly find myself taking my work home with me or working ridiculous hours. All in all a great experience.
Desktop Support Technician (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – March 29, 2018
A typical day involved Installation Dell thin clients and Cisco IP Phones. Protective gear was needed since it was a building that was being constructed. Everyone worked well together and the manager was pretty flexible when it came to taking time off to Interview for other positions outside the company.
Business IT support (help desk) (Former Employee) – Texas – March 27, 2018
need your own vehicle and city miles will ruin a vehicle. Freedom to manage your case loads but that depends on your manager. CompuCom was trying to make miles minimal in the city but usually did not work. OK company
freedom to manage your cases
could get called out anytime when client were already scheduled
Configuration Department Lead (Current Employee) – Fairfield, OH – March 27, 2018
The only advancement came in the form of a Lateral move with no raise or title change. There was no to no incentive to work harder or to go above and beyond the scope of your duty. However, there was no punishment for not showing up either. If you had PTO and wanted the day off there were no questions asked. the PTO and floating holidays equaled about 1 month a year starting day one.