E2E LTE 4G Network Performance Management (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 21, 2016
constantly having layoffs, lack of training for internal employment. Heavily relied on vendors to do troubleshoot on their network. Need to invest more on building out network coverage instead of patching by up tilts antennas this create major interference issues.
Lead Retail Consultant (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CA – September 18, 2018
Great start to begin sales experience. Many opportunities to move up in a company. Work environment is a great place. On the other hand depending on you manager, can be annoying with meeting sales goals even though you hit goal every month.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT AGENT (Former Employee) – OKC ok – September 18, 2018
It was never made clear to me exactly what my manager did, as my supervisor covered everything and I reported to him for everything. The pay is good but the health plans are trash and being on the phones all day every day is exhausting.
This was a good job. work was fun, teach you very well, and help you a lot while training. The only thing is i felt that they would kind of "haze" the new employees. they liked to leave you out of things until you were "in good standings" with them. Other than that i really did like working here.
Mobile Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Dallas, GA – September 17, 2018
Sprint is a good company for there customers. The company looks at numbers always before saying ok to you. The company is based off numbers and never reason with you appon life or anything. I was scheduled on Friday and Saturday meeting even on my off days I had to return to work for these meeting. Because I was in a slow store I felt like the always yr s looked for an opportunity to find out why the store did not hit there goal. Working for sprint gives you a great skill with stress and no life balance. Mangers are ok but the constantly fire them when goals are not met. Sprint is all about the company and not giving you confedince for your self since this is a sales job it requires a lot of confidence. I hate how they do something's wich is like why but hey. Think twice for applying you will gain skills and experience but they will never care for you and there employee turn rate is extremely high across the bord 86% to goal and counting customers are just as equal to this goal.
Call Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Rocky Mount, NC – September 17, 2018
I worked at a local division of Sprint that was formerly Carolina Telephone and Telegraph. Any comments that I would have would not apply to the current restructuring of Sprint. The office I worked in no longer exists.
TECHNICAL CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – September 16, 2018
Company has great benefits that are reasonably inexpensive. Provides incentives for sales and repairs. Offers an employee discounted wireless plan. Several phones needing repairs from software refreshing to screen replacements.
Business (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 16, 2018
No job security layoffs are every 6 months like clockwork. No place for advancement. No loyalty layoff employees who have spotless records without batting an eyelash. Benefits are good and there is remote working available. If you take a job here please know it’s temporary at best.
Small Business Expert (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 16, 2018
The job used to be extremely fun and pleasant, but ever since the merger got announced, the company became stricter, and management turned against employees. Can make decent commission, but have to use word play to sell
Retail Sales Representative (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – September 15, 2018
I worked there at the Capitol Wireless franchise for a little over 2 years. At first it was ok because if you made your quota numbers the pay is much better than other entry level industries in the area, but after awhile you start hating the customers because they hold you personally responsible for sales tactics pushed by the company. I was made quite clear in my interview that the nature of the job was entirely sales driven. If you have a heart and help little old ladies with their facebook questions you won't last long because you won't make your numbers and will be fired. That's why you can never find help at a non-corporate cell phone carrier store. NEXT!
The time i spent with the Sprint company advanced my skills in sales.
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – 8000 west Broward Blvd Plantation, Fl 33388 – September 15, 2018
During the time i spent with the Sprint cell phone company i was trained in sales skills and sales management. they offered training for everything needed to advance within the company itself as well as the opportunity to relocate to different location and positions.
flexible hours, full training programs, and relocation bonus.
Center Security Officer, Kansas City (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 15, 2018
I love working at Sprint however my time at Sprint with a lower pay. They do give regular brakes to their employees. They do give training that is necessary for the jobs that you have you doing. I feel they treat their employees fairly. The people I worked with our friendly and I've been there for a while. The only downfall I've seen is there is no advancement. And management has favoritism towards employees that have been there longer. Hence they get the better post. They also expect to be at the same post on each shift. In all actuality that is not fair. As some of us have been there and proved ourselves and we should be able to Advanced and try another post if dependable.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – September 12, 2018
Sprint had a lot of opportunity for career advancement and development however did not focus on work/life balance and personal integrity. Management was unprofessional and had a lot of room for improvement,