I worked at GLS for over 2 years and learned plenty but was not compensated as I should have been. They are not willing to provide raises and if you get one you have to beg and plead your case. It shouldn't be that way because the NOC employees are already severely underpaid. It just boils down to the higher ups wanting 5 star work for 2 star pay. They do not by any means value their employees. They do not provide any training yet hire people who hardly know how to do or what a ping test is. They hire based on whether or not you can learn things after you've been thrown to the wolves and make tons of mistakes to figure out how things should be done. They will leave new hires to learn from other employees which are already drowned in work which causes even more customer tickets to be pushed and left unworked for extended periods of time. Management at GLS needs to be completely revamped all the way to the top. Upper management needs more organization and should really start to invest in their employees and equipment. There's no reason in having the majority of the NOC using 7yr old computers with half a gig of RAM. It's just not efficient.
Able to gain experience and knowledge
Management(as a whole), Bad Business, Lying to their customers, Insufficent pay, Training, ect.
How much does a Network Technician make at Global Linking Solutions in the United States?
Average Global Linking Solutions Network Technician yearly pay in the United States is approximately $31,393, which is 37% below the national average.
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