Technical Project Manager (Current Employee), Ashburn, VA – September 9, 2012
There are office politics but then I haven't worked in a place that doesn't have politics. The managers I have worked with so far are very good on work/life balance. There are times when I have to work late but they are also very understanding when I need to work from home. Sometimes directions can be a bit confusing and vague.
Technical Support Coordinator (Current Employee), Charleston, SC – March 5, 2014
Very productive company that micromanages employees heavily to manage company costs and provide a superior product to it's customers. Innovation and product superiority are unparalleled. Very demanding job that requires dealing with very high stress levels. Very rewarding when you are able to help a customer with a problem, and provide real working – more... solutions. – less
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Little Rock, AR – March 5, 2014
My evenings at Verizon are pretty much the standard customer service position standards. I take inbound calls in regards to cellular services. It is a cool work environment. It is a team oriented company and that works great because we are there more than we are home so we all strive to create a tight knit team and that makes for a more enjoyable work – more... atmosphere. The hardest aspect of this company is that there is little growth potential within my specific field of Human Resource Management and therefore I feel as if I am standing still rather than making advances towards my career goal. – less
Government Account Executive (Current Employee), Woodland Hills, CA – March 3, 2014
Working for Verizon has been a great experience. I spend most of my time interacting with clients, and doing my best to promote new products and ideas. My approach has always involved putting the customer first to show them I care about their business and that I want them to continue doing business with us. That approach has allowed me to be very successful – more... at Verizon, winning several awards for exceeding sales goals. – less
Lots of Overtime Required to meet Ever-Changing Goals
Inbound Telesales Representative (Former Employee), Folsom, CA – March 3, 2014
As a Telesales Representative, there is a constant flow of calls coming in for new customers, or renewing existing customers. During my time there, the sales goals were constantly increasing, and if you didn't perform, you were written up.