The Dish on DISH.
Pride: We possess the integrity to set high goals and the commitment to achieve the results. We believe pride is a personal commitment, to do your best in everything you do.Our Core Values.
Adventure: We dare to follow the uncharted course, we make mistakes and we learn from them. We are willing to take risks and have the confidence to overcome obstacles along the way. Our goal is clear even if the path isn't.
Winning: There is no substitute for winning. We possess the discipline and the competitive spirit to make winning a reality.
What We Look For.
High Energy: The energy in our culture is contagious. We have an internal drive that allows us to persevere despite the odds. We ask questions and work hard because we are committed to our goals.
Intelligence: Our business is complex and to compete we need smart people who can learn and adapt quickly. We are looking for employees who can solve complex problems with simple solutions.
Need for Achievement: DISH values employees with aspirations of growth and advancement. If you like to be challenged your ambition will be at home here.
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I have been working at DISH full-time (less than an year)Pros
It's better than unemployment. MaybeCons
Well when first read all the reviews here I thought maybe there just disgruntled workers. Well I am still an active employee 3 months strong and trying to get the hell away from dish. Everything you read is true. The pay is low , the work is dangerous but the company always cover themselves so you can't sue. Want example you say? Ok here it goes! As a field tech we are not allowed to go on roofs to place a dish. Hmmm geese seem to me all the dishes are where? You co-workers are essentially useless there under so much pressure from there metric that they can't help if you need it. Ok my supervisor say you can't go beyond fss4 unless you have a degree well most people don't get to fss2. Here's why. You have to get a 10 on your customer satisfaction surveys there are so many variables,with that it not even funny.mif the customer has a bad experience with customer service before you get there guess what your rating is gonna be. Next one, Internet connectivity. You must connect all there mpeg 4 equipment to the Internet so customers can get there on demand. Lets think about that, I am always in low income neighborhoods they barely can afford the cable most don't have phones or computers so no connectivity for me, or there the person who just uses a hotspot and refuses to run up there data plan for a cable box, moving on , trouble calls. If a customer call for any reason this is my favorite the tv is on the wrong input, you are charged with the trouble but the reasons vary. Some are the techs fault but usually the customer just wants more for less. Then points per hour well since the customer service department is so crappy to not only the customers but the techs. They usually get a customer off the phone as quickly as possible to meet there call quota. What this mean is very inaccurate orders. The is given point based on what the customer orders. So when you show up thinking your going to a 2 room install and it's more like 6 you get the same points. Lastly this no raises if you are failing any part of this. So we have guys there which is all except 5 people . Who are still tech 1. That's right no raise or cost of living increase. The benefits are a joke 1,250 copayment for single. Then most of the procedures are only covered at 20percent up to 10,000. With wife or husband that copayment jumps to 2,500 and pretty the same coverage. So healthcare is a joke here. Well that's it for now but I will continue to update 3/26/2013Advice to ManagementAdvice
They won't listen. They are winning. Divide and conquerDoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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We possess the integrity to set high goals and the commitment to achieve the results. We believe pride is a personal commitment, to do your best in everything you do.
We explore the uncharted course, we make mistakes and we learn from them. We are willing to take risks and have the confidence to overcome obstacles along the way. Our goal is clear even if the path isn't.
There is no substitute for winning. We possess the discipline and...