Account Manager (Former Employee) – West – June 27, 2014
Always been a fun and rewarding job. You are asked and expected to give up your life and family for huge amounts of work After dedicating yourself and helping them to achieve record sales, you are told that you have done a great job and are an asset to the company. Then the following week, you are informed that despite your and many others' efforts, you are being laid off for no reason other than money. Over a dozen, hard working, tenured employees, cut loose across the company to eliminate salary and fluff the overall numbers. You work hard, do right by everyone, strive for perfection and recognition but in the end you are just a pawn, expendable at any time so the disconnected senior management can reap the benefits of your hard work and enjoy the fruits of all your labor. An unfortunate consequence to keep in mind that wondering if you have a job one day to the next, regardless of how successful you are is not the ideal scenario to work in. I am still struggling to support my family in transition looking for a new job and hurt from the complete disregard the company has for employees and their livelihood.
idX is a great company I wish there was more work so I could stay
Installer (Current Employee) – MO – July 19, 2013
On a normal job I would arrive on Sunday check into my Hotel and go to the jobsite, I would let the store know I was in town and would be starting the job the next morning.
I would check ion with the General contractor and the truck line making sure del. was set up. My crew would show up and I would meet them for the first time on Monday, we would unload our display and equipment (wall panels , cabinet, lights , stands. I would lay out the plans and go over them with my crew, after the walls and cabinets are installed we would set them up per the plans and plan o grams.
each job i got to meet new people and learn different ways
never working with same crews, sometime just not enough hours in a day
Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 13, 2015
Within this company I was able to grow and build my knowledge within healthcare. I had several roles and responsibilities that allowed me to provide customer service, troubleshoot technical issues, manage a group of people along with installing the software at large academic healthcare organization.
Working with Customers and technical troubleshooting allowed more analytical thinking
Latter years management and loss the customer service relationships
Material Coordinator (Current Employee) – Cedar Hill, TX – September 23, 2014
Warehouse work with some great, hardworking employees. I would say that the hardest part of the job is the hot climate within the building during the summer and any training will most likely come in the form of a reprimand instead of actual training. The most enjoyable part of the job is the feeling of a job well done when the customer is happy with their product being received with quality and in a timely manner.
maintenance (Former Employee) – Cuero, TX – April 16, 2013
nice place to work. great poeple to work with. mostly keeping equipment up and running so production could be made. some days are harder than others. the management was great and the co workers were also easy to get along with
Senior Implementation Consultant/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – February 18, 2015
idx was bought out by ge. idx was a terrific place to work. i just got tired of the traveling. pay was good. ge is laying off a lot of workers in the healthcare sector so be careful of taking a position there.