Mission: Mobilitie’s mission is to accelerate the global deployment of communication solutions that are accessible to all. From high-rises and hospitality venues to the largest sports stadiums, entertainment arenas, outdoor networks and more, we engineer robust solutions that ...
I worked at Mobilitie full-time (More than 3 years)
Free coffee, snacks, and frequent lunches
Rarely a need to work beyond 8-5
Quarterly bonuses were nice
You have to be a SUPER terrible employee to get fired. Like there are multiple people there that should be fired (work performance or personnel issues), I don’t know how they’re still there.
Convenient location in downtown Chicago
The work itself is super easy
People who work hard are rarely the ones that get promoted. It leads to a lack of effort for some, and for others it leads to frustration. People who are lazy are allowed to skate by doing nothing and getting the same pay/credit as hard workers. It’s also a project based industry, so layoffs happen when the company doesn’t have enough work.
Advice to Management
Promote good employees, regardless of how popular they are. You will lose good employees and keep subpar ones.
I applied online. I interviewed at Mobilitie (Costa Mesa, CA (US)) in August 2016.
Long & Arduous, due to mis-management from Human resources. The process to hire new employees and contractors requires to many levels of approval. Many times the lowest level suffers a high rate of turn over; which has an effect on the whole process.
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