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Just say no
Telephone Cable Splicer (Former Employee), Mayfield, NYApril 4, 2014
I did not enjoy working here. The employees at the lower level are not shown any appreciation.
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Great starting company
Associate Project Manager, Project Manager (Current Employee), Pomona, CAMarch 19, 2014
I would recommend this company to a recent graduate. The atmosphere is friendly with minimal growth.
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the best employer of my career
Fiber Optic Technician (Former Employee), ohioJanuary 29, 2014
management was excellent
pay was great
co-workers outstandin
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laid back place to work
Foreman (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJanuary 27, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: health care
Easy by my self
I learned a lot
management ok
co workers not with me
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I liked this company mainly for the teamwork enviroment, safe jobs as well as having Job Security
Lineman (Former Employee), ChicagoJanuary 16, 2014
Pros: great wages, benefits and support system
Cons: working in bad weather
I worked an 8 hour shift of staying goal orientated and safety first. I worked with a great team of lineman's from all over the country. The hardest of this job was a lot of physical labor and the most enjoyable part of this job was doing different projects from day to day.
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A great company to work for!
Program Manager (Former Employee), Seneca, SCJanuary 10, 2014
Pros: helping people
Cons: the job did not last as long as i would have liked.
A typical day included meeting with the public to assist with employment goals and job opportunities. I would have liked more job training and the opportunity to show what I could do.
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OK place to work
Network Cable Technician (Former Employee), Lorton, VAJanuary 10, 2014
Solid company. Had a good work experience. Would recommend to others.
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Productive culture that will challenge you mentally and physically
Construction Engineer/Supervisor (Current Employee), Columbus, OHJanuary 7, 2014
Rewarding work that will require a lot of your time if you want to be successful.
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great and fulfilling work
Operations Manager (Current Employee), Blue Bell, PADecember 25, 2013
management needs help, but the job is fulfilling. great team spirit.
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Enjoyed the job.
Surveyor (Former Employee), PittsburghDecember 19, 2013
Pros: flexable schedule
Cons: ran out of work
Survey fiber optic for Verizon. I enjoyed the flexible schedule and working outside.
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met a lot of new people. good workers.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee), McFarland, WIDecember 11, 2013
Pros: good insurance and benefits.
Cons: little or no breaks.
- Usually worked 12 hr. days. We very seldom had breaks or lunch. we worked in all types of weather and it was always out side work. I learned how to operate heavy equipment better. It was good pay. The worse was having to work 3 hours away from home and staying in a motel all week. That is why I am looking for a new job.
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stressful
Newington, Va. Foreman- Department of State (Former Employee), Newington VaOctober 23, 2013
Cons: they don't care about their employees
stress
BICSI standards
Terrible
good guys
being there
leaving there
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Material Handler
Material Handler (Current Employee), Irwindale, CAOctober 21, 2013
Maintaining all material and hardware brought into the yard. Maintenance of the entire yard. Operation of a forklift on a daily. always outdoors, worked in all weather conditions. 10 hour days, plus over time on weekends. Learned how to improvise and use what you have. Management was good and always kept in contact. Co-workers were all hard working – more... and made tasks throughout the yard easier to take care of. Hardest part of the job was constantly stocking all hardware that the crews would use more often. Most enjoyable part were the ours (5:30 am-4 pm) – less
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Good enviornment, poor management
Career Coach (Former Employee), Queens, NYAugust 23, 2013
Pros: benefits such as health & retirement
Cons: no growth within the company
Working for this company is great if you need to work for 1-3 years in order to get experience in the training field. There is little to no growth and the management isn't motivating & demeaning.
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Productive and on hands learning
Community Intern for Columbus Metropolitan Library (Current Employee), Columbus, OHAugust 15, 2013
Pros: flexible work scheduling
Cons: short breaks
Working for Henkels and Mccoy gave me a first hand learning experience for working in a office. I spent my days learning quickly and how to become more productive at what I did in the office. It also taught me how to think on my feet as well as keep up with the rest of my coworkers. The hardest part of this job was learning how to think on my feet because – more... of the environment I worked in. I was presented with many problems at a time and very limited amount of time to fix them. The most enjoyable part of my jobs was when I was working with the Costumers. I am a very open and talkative person, so I enjoyed helping and assisting them. – less
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Installing voice and fiber cables
Cable Technician (Former Employee), Lorton, VA.July 24, 2013
Running voice and fiber cable terminate in jacks and telephone closet.
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Lacking in many areas! Management and Values in question...
Lead Career Coach (Former Employee), Charleston, SCJuly 22, 2013
Pros: excellent work/life balance company and good benefits
Worked for the company for several years. Several employee's and I were laid off without any advanced notice. We had some brief notice due to our boss being laid off the day prior to us. Management is not centrally located either. You may see your manager once a month. Company stated that they wanted me to transfer/apply for some other positions after – more... I was laid off. Declined to stay with the company due to the lack of values or care for their employees. Laid off the day of shows that they don't care. – less
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H&M has been a good company to work for
Project Manager (Current Employee), Blue Bell, PAMay 29, 2013
H&M is a good company to be a member of. This company is very civic minded.
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Teaching academic and life values to troubled students
GED Instructor (Former Employee), DeLand, FLMay 24, 2013
Pros: advancement from job to career.
Cons: limited aspects
It was a task I deeply enjoyed. Atypical day would be on Monday morning arriving at the Deltona site, waiting for my students to arrive, setting up the computers and preparing the day's lesson by putting the agenda on the board. Students come in, begin with the conversation of what to do, individually paced, and get started. The day was usually over – more... at 2 PM. – less
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Family Business, excellent values
Administrative (Current Employee), Blue Bell, PAMay 16, 2013
Pros: great cafeteria subsidized by company
Cons: could be more progressive
One of the few companies actually hiring and growing. Potential to grow into any position that you are interested in, with a strong emphasis on training and development. Pay is weekly!

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