Field Service Installation Technician (Former Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – May 4, 2019
The Dallas location is very corrupt or was when I was there it was.. All of management was Mexican and they definitely looked out for each other.. Because the dispatchers and management all knew each other they would give the Mexicans all of the good jobs and kept us in the messed up neighborhoods.. the head guy his wife was over payroll and could never explain why so much money would be deducted from my pay
Installer for cable tv, VoIP phone (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX 79936 – April 15, 2019
Best supervisor and operations manager. great job culture. You get paid based on how hard you work and knowledge (you sign your own check). full benefits and they help with all the tools to get you started.
Former employee (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 10, 2019
You must be a part of the good old boy network to make it at IES. The owner likes to hire his friends and people that will kiss his rear daily. Very uneducated management team. Very cutthroat on the management side. IES would be a better place if the owner and upper management were about the employees and not themselves. Stay away from here if you want to make any money.
Cable Technician Contractor (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 14, 2018
no paid vacation, no paid sick day, stressfull all the time, pay pot good , management sucks, employment preferent, training suck, you must to provide your own truck and gas,, benefict suck, not discount and helth ins expensive
Office Personnel (Former Employee) – Texas – April 20, 2018
IESR is a great company to work for. Everyone here is considered family. I would recommend anyone who would ask to work for them. Leaving wasn’t something I wanted to do, just kind of felt like it was something I had to do.
Cable Technician (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – November 24, 2017
Its a good company to work for. Management is good, manager and supervisors are easy to work with. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting new interesting people. The Hardest part of the job is when you come across people who are in a bad mood and you have to try and work with them. I am getting paid in piece work and I need a more reliable source of income.