Charter Communications Jobs in Medford, OR


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11 days ago

Store Associate - P/T

Charter Communications Medford, OR

Identify opportunities to generate sales by consistently applying the Customer Interaction Process (CIP). Deliver product and service solutions by… Charter Communications


6 days ago

Business Account Executive -- MEDFORD, OR

Charter Communications Medford, OR

BAE is responsible for selling primary and ancillary communications solutions to small and medium sized businesses within a specified territory… Charter Communications


20 days ago

Broadband Technician Sr-Grants Pass, OR

Charter Communications Grants Pass, OR

Troubleshoot and repair complex residential and commercial business customer services from the tap to the connection of the CPE for single… Charter Communications


20 days ago

Store Associate

Charter Communications Grants Pass, OR

Identify opportunities to generate sales by consistently applying the Customer Interaction Process (CIP). Deliver product and service solutions by… Charter Communications


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  • Way too much management trying way to hard to be the shining star - take credit for the work of the minions.

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    Former Employee - Customer Service and Sales in Medford, OR (US)

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    Pros

    Benefits, commission, free cable - internet and phone, on-going training

    Cons

    too much management at every level - constantly changing the commission structure - when reps start to make too much and become successful, they cut the commissions. Managers also play favorites - very inconsistent between the branches - rules are constantly changing - day-to-day, with little consistency.

    Advice to Management

    cut out the 8 mid-level managers between you and the folks that deal with the public. Cut out the bologna rules -

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