"It's a nice company but they don't have a work-from-home option. I would like them to consider giving work-from-home options to their employees and contractors"
"I have worked at Dish for 3 years. Each year the company is more watered down. There are roles and responsibilities that are unnecessary and make you jump through hoops just to make busy work. It should be a tech focused, engineering hub in Denver and instead it is a micromanaged corporation that stifles innovation."
"I have worked at Dish Network for two years. I enjoy working with my colleagues as they are extremely talented."
"Good company to work for able to move up in the ladder"
"A good company that will give you the opportunity for both professional growth and development."
"Good culture, still old minds ruling company."
"Great opportunities. Good engineering teams. They don't do great marketing."
"Thank you corporate for finally waking up to all the issues we have had in Spartanburg. Firing our site leader was good. He was the leader of a good old boy club that has been here for a long time. A major thank you also goes out for firing the Hitler youth leader. He was the most rude and abusive person I have ever met. Good he is gone. Overall very positive moves and anxious to see what steps are next."
"I worked at Dish for 5 months, and in that time my quality of life went from decent to pretty bad. After the fourth month, I dreaded going into work everyday, due to the fact that no matter what you are told, you are very replaceable. It is a company based solely on your numbers, and your job depends on you meeting those numbers on a daily basis. Your manager will act like your best friend when you are meeting goals, but one bad day will get you on their bad side real quick. My personal experience may differ from other offices, but my manager had 0 people skills, was extremely condescending, and lied to me the week I was fired. I had a full day of jobs in my queue and was told to come back to the shop at 9 am, and got sent home due to lack of work. They will tell you there is overtime but then send you home. I've also made the half hour trip to work and got sent home for the lack of work, BS reason. It is extremely hard to get a raise, and on top of having to do jobs quickly to meet a goal, you are required to sell products to customers during your job, extending the amount of time you are there, and you aren't guaranteed a sale, which you do not make money on, only point you can shop with. Overall, if you want a career that you're guaranteed 40 hours a week, is room for advancement, are treated with respect, and are compensated properly for the amount of work you do, then do NOT WORK FOR DISH NETWORK."
"If you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all."
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