Good company to work for with fringe benefits.
Pros: company vehicle, freedom and almost free service for your home.
Cons: sometimes the work schedule would be over loaded.
A typical day at work for me was; We were able to bring the company van home so, you would sign into your computer and check out your work schedule and then head to your first customer.
I was Field Service Rep. installing and repairing all of Cox's products and educating the customer on what you installed.
I learned a lot, before I started working for Cox I didn't own a computer, now I am the one my family and friends call for help when they have an issue with their computer.
The management was good. If you did your job well you would be recognized and possibly rewarded.
My co-workers were awesome. Most of us at Cox would have someone that worked in your area and if you needed help or they needed help, we would help each other. Great team work.
The hardest part of the job would be working outside up on a ladder and it either was raining or it was freezing cold but, you could always go to your van to get dry or warm up.
The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I did a good job because the customer would say so and I just enjoy helping people out and teaching them something new. I always took my time with the senior customers and would not leave until they understood how to use the product that was installed.