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About the company

  • CEO
    W. Erik Carlson
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
  • Headquarters
    Englewood Colorado, United States
  • Link
    DISH website
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Employees at DISH have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Health insurance
Tuition reimbursement
Dental insurance
Paid time off
Vision insurance
Stock purchase plan
Fuel discount
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Disability insurance
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401k matching
Signing bonus
Flexible spending account

Rating overview

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Technical Consultant in Herndon, VA
on September 4, 2019
From what I hear, Dish is a great and successful company, but Dish Mobile could use a better management, especially at the middle levels. There is no clear communication of the company's business plan, no clear strategy and path forward, not much vision to speak of, and certainly no ability to coach new employees into the great leaders and contributors that they can be. Of course, I can't blame my short tenure at Dish Mobile on these factors. I was having extremely difficult personal issues that greatly impacted my work life, and ultimately led to my departure.
Driver in Orange, NJ
on July 1, 2022
Great place to work specially if you’re young it’s a great opportunity to start a career.But be ready to deal to all drama from management.Not for me anymore!
Financial Analyst in Englewood, CO
on June 30, 2022
Micromanaging and zero flexibility it’s honestly the worst place I’ve ever worked zero innovation or willing to change things, old school management hence the company not meeting deadlines and the highest rates of abandonment
Field Service Manager in Christiansburg, VA
on June 30, 2022
It may be a decent job if it had different management. This areas management is horrible. Advancement is pretty hard from technician to management. The new metrics system is kind of a joke. Hope you are a salesperson, because quality of installs is out now. Everything is sales.
Sales Retention Specialist in Remote
on June 30, 2022
For sales retention it is performance based however when you think of performance based you think it has something to do with what your doing, technically for this job it depends on the customer. You can’t make the customer stay with dish and it overall hurts your pay and mental if you have a bad day, week, or overall month. Keep that in mind when you see retention sales, not only that but dish also has moments where the manager can slip up and it turns on yourself. Overall I like the job but like I said before it has cons like every other job.

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I thought the interviewer was completely clueless - I failed the interview - it was a high level deployment position, specialized usually a service handled by by large contractors but dish wants to try and save money and deploy their wireless network in house. I got a lot of dumb questions like tell me a time - The relevant questions should be - have you ever launched a carrier ? If so, how many? How familiar are you with federal, state and local jurisdiction codes and ordinances - have you manged teams, have you managed vendors. What's your experience with lease negotiations, how many have you signed? How many sites have you zoned permitted? How familiar with regulatory, legal and services - Total HR touchy feeling fluff -

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Just talked about my previous jobs.

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Can you work any shift Can you handle angry customers

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