fun being around all the new technology and great benefits
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – January 18, 2018
Deal with a lot of different types of situations and people. Learn a lot about phones as you go and pretty easy and slow pace job. The pay and benefits are pretty good for what your job title is. Get to meet a lot of people from different cultures, overall a great place to work.
It is a very good job. Very good people to work with and also very good manager. Also very good hours but less pay. And commission you win it by the way you want to sale. It is a good job just not for me.
Store Manager/Sales Manager (Current Employee) – texas – April 15, 2019
I worked there for many years to be over looked. I was responsible, reliable, & lead a great team. #1 most of the time. When my boss ask me to help another store - with training or anything I was did my part and more to continuously be over looked.
Long hours, Closing late, & even extended holiday hours
District Manager In Training (Current Employee) – Brevard County, FL – April 14, 2019
I loved my time at cricket, i have spent close to 6 years working for multiple Cricket Wireless dealers. I started as a sales representative and worked my way up to district manager in training. Its been a very good training job and by that its not something I can see being a career but a launchpad position to a greater career.
Work was nice boss was great coworkers were alsome in showing me what i needed.
Sales Personal (Former Employee) – Garden Grove, CA – April 13, 2019
Work was nice chill place great custer sefvice brings frequent customers.managers were really nice and flexible always came to store if needed.Other employees were very helpful in trainning and making sure i knew what i had to and the qualities in phones,etc
Terrible management all around. Company going downhill very fast.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – April 11, 2019
I honestly feel bad for this company, they are in desperate need of a savior. Starting from the top, the WA district is a sad disgrace to the good name of Cricket. This franchise is on a steady and steep decline to going out of business. Save yourself self the time and headache of working at this establishment.
Hours, fun (depending on location and management)
Slimy, grimey, shady, and sheisty management. Go find out for yourself lol
While Co-workers and store manager were superbly competent, regional management had unrealistic expectations and resorted to threats of loss of hours
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Flagstaff, AZ – April 11, 2019
Cricket Wireless is a great place to work at, provided you focus on the immediate 'family' which consists of your coworkers and Manager. While the Regional managers have unrealistic expectations and often threaten to lower hours available and in some cases the termination of employees. To say nothing of their refusal to address store issues such as malfunctioning equipment or planned company events.
Administrative Assistant I (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 8, 2019
Didn't really have the support I needed to do my job. I wasn't allowed to have any say and if I did, it would get shot down. I believe my manager had some discrimination issue. I don't think she was racist.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 5, 2019
I loved getting to go in and make new people my clients everyday. I am a very light outgoing person, I love to keep my work place free of negativity. Some days were slow but others would be busier than ever which I loved !
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Tustin, CA – April 4, 2019
The location I worked at wasn't professional in the least. I'm assuming it's not like this at all Cricket locations but it definitely left a bad taste for me and I don't think I would ever work at one again.
General Manager (Current Employee) – Newark, DE – April 2, 2019
I lovedworking for cricket wireless I look forward to going to work every day I don’t feel like I’m at a job. I feel like I’m doing something I love one if the best thing is waking up and love what your doing