Field Service Technician (Former Employee), Hudson, OH – May 15, 2014
Pros: the learning experience was unlimited.
Cons: the company i was perm. onsite at closed down.
Upon starting this job I spported well over 300 users in two buildings. This job was a challenge on a daily basis and I can't even describe the opportunity I was given to manage the two buildings on my own. Unfortunately they moved over seas and all jobs were lost. Over all just a great place to be daily
helpdesk (Former Employee), miamisburg, ohio – May 7, 2014
Workload is extremely over whelming. Average 60+ calls a day
Bathroom breaks, Smoke Breaks, Lunch breaks ALL monitored. Are you serious? You have to put what time you leave, just to take a ****.... This is a new implemented system because some of the upper managers are trying to suck up for a promotion.
Local bosses Reed and Cavin are awesome. HR – more... and rest of company are fake and do what is needed to make themselves look good.
Paid certification 401k Health Benefits 12.50/hr pay, ZERO pay raise. Regardless of how hard you work ( 3+ years )
they will add work to you, new companies with out adding more workers or increasing your pay. They give you no motivation to do more work, but are easily right there to criticize your work..
only work here if desperate and I suggest having them buy certification test ASAP, take them than get out. – less
Support Analyst (Former Employee), Dayton, Ohio and Charlotte, NC – March 25, 2014
good concept difficult work environment. Your voice will not be heard if you are trying to make a difference. Cutting edge technology without innovative ideas. Molded around clients best interest not the company itself.
This position involoved everything from Event Planning/Meetings to being gatekeeper for CEO of a very successful Technology company.
Executive Assistant to President/CEO (Former Employee), Grapevine, TX – February 4, 2013
Pros: wonderful benefits, great people to work with
Cons: no real room for advancement unless you have a technical background
This job required being a team player and having excellent interpersonal skills. There are day to day dealings with staff that could be a $30k year salary employee up to the executive level. No two days are alike. There is book keeping and reporting that is done on a regular basis. Buchanan is very involved in the community so there are community events – more... to organize and be involved in. This position requires sitting in most meetings done throughout the company and every meeting the CEO attends. – less
IT Desktop Support Analyst (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – April 8, 2012
Great place to work Benefit package is good Typical day at work - kept busy during the day time, sometimes overwhelming Growing company Management semi-good, some poor locally Policies - none set for dealing with customers yelling at you or how to handle those situations and do not stand behind their employees as they should FAILED to enroll in 401k – more... plan for almost a year's worth of employment and could only say they were sorry. – less