Datacomm Networks Careers and Employment
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Accounting & Benefits Administrator in Tampa, FL
on April 15, 2020
Sitting home now for 3 weeks (COVID 19 lockdown period) I am reflecting on my past. I worked for DataComm Networks almost 5 years. It's a young, fun and energetic group. Great memories of team building events and parties (the best). Job was challenging and enjoyable. Loved the software(s) that I worked with. Company is always on top of new technologies. Definitely performance driven company (as it should be). I had close contact with the owners and top manager - truly enjoyed working with them and for them.
Accounting and Administrative Assistant in Tampa, FL
on February 12, 2020
DataComm Networks Inc. is a great company to work for. Team-building activities and company outings pair with a wonderful work environment in the office.
VP in Tampa, FL
on August 31, 2017
I enjoy coming to DataComm each day. This is a family run and family oriented company. The customers make the hard work worth it. -
Operations Manager in Tampa, FL
on August 29, 2017
Good working conditions, good people to work with and for. good benefits. Owners would help with personal troubles if needed. All departments worked together well.
Business Developer in Tampa, FL
on November 7, 2016
This is a small family owned company. I keep in touch with many people who still work there, or have left since I left. I was hired as an experimental department. There was no job description, they made it up and changed it as we went, I was the top producer. The owners hired a person to run the sales department who had no experience with sales (he was fired soon after I left). I learned a lot from this position. I learned I like organization, I don't mind change, but have a purpose and when it isn't working, change it again. I learned that when your top producer is producing, introduce suggestions, but don't tell them what they are doing isn't working, and don't berate them. The hardest part of this job was working for a boss who was not encouraging, micromanaged and had no clue what they were doing. The most enjoyable part of this position was the hunting for new business and the other employees I worked with.
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