Systel is a privately held company so the culture is a family owned/run. All decisions have to go through the owner so that made it difficult to do things quickly, however he is relatively fair and has an open door policy.
Low Voltage Technician (Former Employee) – Suwanee, GA – August 9, 2018
They are a family oriented company. If you disagree or do something one of the family members don't agree with or like. They'll fire you or let go. Very unprofessional and lack of character. They treat there employees unfairly and work them 50-60 hours a week with no over time. I do not recommend this company to anyone.
Recruiting Associate (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – July 22, 2016
A typical day consisted of meetings in the morning with the VP of the company to go over goals and daily assignments. I filtered through resumes, matched potential candidates, conducted interviews, administered on site testing, conducted background checks and drug tests, Assisted all candidates in new hire process. Managed company teams through out training periods. My co workers were amazing people to work with there was never a moment where I would find myself stress because there was always some one to help me. My boss was really cool, he always made sure everything was done in a timely manner. There really was no hard part to the job, it was nice to meet different people everyday.
Flexible hours, advantage of working from home, and company lunches
I serviced copiers in businesses throughout the WNC area. Our office was a satellite office so management was not on location. We would receive our calls through our cellphones. We would order the parts we need through a system that was installed in our company vehicles and then it would be shipped to the office. After service call was finished we would close the calls out and document parts used on call through same system used in company vehicles. We had inventory quarterly and every part must be accounted for. Hardest part of the job was keeping inventory straight. I enjoyed working on my own with the trust of the management that I could get the job done and make the customer happy. I learned that I love to do service work. I left this job to begin my career in ministry as a youth Pastor.
management, pay, coworkers, benefits, company vehicle, m-f, vacation, sick time
The work is finely balaced between personel. I liked the position I had with them. They do, however, lack experienced mangers. There is no HR department, so you have to go to your manager. They claim to have an open door policy, but if you bring up issues they think you are causing them. If you don't bring the issues up, they think you are not a team player. It's difficult to work under those conditions.