Challenging yet synergistic work environment, full of learning and growth
Product Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – November 7, 2017
A typical workday would start at 10 am except on days when we were receiving a truck shipment of goods. In that case I would arrive to our leased warehouse at 430 am to receive shipments(sign off, count the goods and inspect for quality). Typically, I arrive to the office at 9;40, make coffee, and sit at my desk and make calls for the first few hours (warm calls advertising our services and products, interact with our suppliers, schedule appointments, write up proposals, and collaborate and synchronize my duties with my colleagues. The hardest part of the job is the time is takes in striking deals (courting the deals thru meetings, dinners, proposals,etc). The most enjoyable part of the job is the high responsibility and the potential to make lots of money as a stockholder in the company.
Dinner meetings, paid business trips, potential to be a millionaire
Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – February 20, 2018
A couple of great managers which allow the work environment to be lax. Those same managers are productive and they dont have to micro manage to be effective. They simply have a team that will get the job done!
Good Company to work for but very little job security
Drive Tester (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – February 6, 2017
Met some really nice and talented people there. Made life time friends and learned a lot from them :) Lack uniformity in equal load sharing. One person may be over burdened while another is sailing smooth :(
PM lead(Preventive maintenance lead of 110 sites) (Former Employee) – Aabukhaireni, Gandaki – August 15, 2016
Telecom job is very interesting and also most challenging job in the world. I have worked lots of time in night, rainy, earthquake time to restore the site to help local public to provide the telecom network service.
I have learn lots from my seniors and management to maintain job, own performance, dealing with higher management, customer & junior and workers.
Most dangerous part of job is that to maintain network we have work 24*7 in all scenario.
The most enjoyable part of job is that we have to work freely and own strategy to maintain network and able to make people happy.
RF Test Technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 19, 2016
the office has quickly turned into a sorority clique where friends promote friends. If you are very close with your manager on a personal level, you will do great! If not, you will not be supported and you will quickly find yourself looking for other opportunities. GTL is much more political than they would have you believe.
It was really an honor to work with Nokia as i had alot of learning during this time. We were moving on new technologies as L700 & then later on Carrier aggregation. Despite all the hard working hours we still had time to do indoor sports for some part of the weeks.
RF Technician (Current Employee) – dallas,texas – June 26, 2015
i usually have morning shift and like to work with my colleagues i learned how to deal with different people and manage them i got a really good management which is willing to help according to our effort i have a good set of co worker always willing to learn new things and share their knowledge i worked continuously for days because of the quick due date i have lots of freedom in my previous company
RF Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – GA – April 8, 2015
The over all work was good. As it is a drive testing job I required to travel a lot which was the hardest part. The co workers were really helpful in training me for the job. Actual signal testing was fun.