Great place to start, perfect for recent graduates trying to enter the workforce.
Researcher (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – April 19, 2018
It's entry-level, data entry by definition. However, the job entails researching and collecting data on Verizon-owned telecommunications property (poles) and updating their databases in order to replace old poles with newer models. Might sound dull, but it's not as awful as it sounds. Working with Verizon, however, is a nightmare. Near impossible deadlines and project parameters that constantly shift make the job stressful, on top of Verizon's database managers on the opposite side being incredibly rude and most often unhelpful towards us on a regular basis. On the RJE side, the supervisors are the stars. They are possibly the greatest thing about the job, plenty of heart and character, and extremely helpful towards their employees. The Office Managers are the real pains in the situation. Overpaid and a constant nuisance for the supervisors, they make working there seem less and less appealing. Snatching away necessary overtime allotment, and expecting the deadlines to remain the same do not lead to the results they want. Co-workers are colorful and also characters, if you can't handle working with a female majority team and the sarcasm they bring to the table, look elsewhere.
Full benefits package, opportunities for overtime
Management is a nightmare, lots of clashing egos