network maintanance (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – April 6, 2016
Fun place to work constant employee interactions, Employee training ,and safe working conditions. Unlimited growth potential good balance between personal and professional life. very understanding management
Call Representative (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 13, 2018
Very competitive pay, great work environment stressful job but company does a lot to deal with that. Managers are exceptional always help On floor when needed. Everything is taught in training and tons of room fo advancement.
Local Sales Support Supervisor (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 12, 2018
Our senior managers have a disconnect with their mid-managers, supervisors and frontline employees. A typical day at work would be supervising a team of ten by setting goals, developing structure, onboarding new members and coaching them on working with competitive and sometimes difficult Account Executives.
I learned that relationships between senior leaders and all those who fall beneath them needed to improve. As a result, LinkedIn with Leaders (a project team dedicated to bridge that gap) was created by myself and a colleague.
At this point in time, morale was down. Account Executives and Account Coordinators were at odds - which caused sizeable churn.
The hardest part of the job was trying to bridge that gap within the AE/AC realm as well as making senior leaders aware that they needed to do better to connect.
The best part of the job was solving problems, including processes, software implementation, recognition programs, onboarding efficiencies and interviewing new, eager candidates.
Union Customer Facing Technician (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – February 12, 2018
Comcast has given my life back from being a disabled veteran to working and gaining my life back. Comcast takes care of their employees and fairly compensated for our hard working.Comcast is an amazing place to work.
Retention Representative (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – February 12, 2018
high call volume from the start of the day to the end of your shift. manager/supervisors did not keep you informed on the work place. they high call volume was the hard part of the job and they only give you 5 minute per call to assist the members/
DIRECT SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Kokomo, IN – February 11, 2018
Typical day would be getting to know people in certain neighborhoods. The best way to do that is to walk around and talk. I learned a lot about sale strategies and overcoming objections. Knowing that each person is different is a great way to understanding the wants and needs of the customer. I loved the job just because of the people I was with on a team. Management always treated us like we were the backbone of the company.
FIELD TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (Current Employee) – Livermore, CA – February 11, 2018
I worked for the company for years and with every year that passes they lose the human touch towards their employees. At this point we all feel like robots. They tack on more to your work load with every change and the rate of pay doesn't change. The benefits used to out weigh the stressful nature of this job but it's not worth it anymore.
Customer Account Executive (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – February 11, 2018
I made over $52,000 my last yer there after there for 3 years. The pay is okay but the bonus is what makes the job worth it. base pay starts around $14 something, but with bonus you can add $1200-$2000 on your check each month. You also get free Comcast services in home. Great benefits, but know, you will likely hate this job b/c of the ppl you talk to on the phone. But you will stay b/c of the great benefits and pay, and trips and prizes and free services. There is a drug test(urine)/background check.
Customer Account Executive (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – February 11, 2018
The benefits are awesome. The pay is ok with commission. But the management will not communicate changes to employees. Or I suppose the more honest statement is they will not do so accurately and honestly. I am beyond frustrated at being told to expect one thing and then the day before the change is supposed to happen, it is actually to something else and it is worse. This could be a policy change. It could be a change in the call flow. It could be a change to commission. It could be change from a promise sent out to the call center as an email (during the winter storm in 2017 we were told if we worked overtime the calls we take during that time would not count towards our numbers.....then after everyone did overtime we were told they would.....fun) . The morale right now is at an all time low, and the numbers are not that great because of all this. Management is in flux as 2 managers (not supervisors) have left in the last 12 months which is insane for us. I am telling you reading this, if all you care about is pay, this is job has that. But if you want to work in a healthy environment, look somewhere else.
Payment services agent (Former Employee) – Midvale, UT – February 11, 2018
Poor management and Nestorian runs rampant. You want to advance family members only. Customers are the worst they scream and cuss you out Comcast is not supportive. I hated all 4 years that I worked there. Too many stats to hit to get paid bonus they do this on purpose. The agents that hit monthly qouto are the ones that stay pad, and cheat.
Low pay, horrible customers, high stress, too many stats to make bonus
Technician (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – February 11, 2018
Installation and repair of Comcast services, Internet, Cable & phone. Had to be time efficient to be able to complete workload. liked working with people. hardest part of the job was people changing there minds after I had already started the work on where there equipment was going based on the information from the other family member
Full Time Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 10, 2018
This company is a that sets you up with cable, internet, home phone and home security systems. It is easy to start someone off with services but it can be difficult to deal with angry customers. There is no training for getting call foul names.
CE 2 Customer Retention Specialist (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 10, 2018
Management and co-workers are amazing and have made the job fun in an otherwise stressful situation. You're told one thing about metrics and they really mean something else and the job is both rewarding and stressful when it comes to customer service. There is room to advance though it is very difficult to do so depending on the position you want. The company has become very focused on delivering customer service though pushing sales on customers is still a high priority over doing the right things at times it seems.