The company aided in employees having a good attitude toward each other and work
Definitely easy to work/interact with other employees
Freedom to work independently
They were big on that especially in my sector of home security. It was imperative that you were able to work alone.
Most definitely. If there were questions that needed answers there was always someone available to help.
Time Warner was pretty diverse and always fair
Attitude towards older colleagues
The older employees were an asset to the company
There was always room for growth.
Overall compensation for your work
I made more money here than any other company I worked for.
Office / Work Environment
For sure, we were even allowed to have a say in what was necessary to make our jobs more efficient.
This was a hit or miss with them.
Absolutely our group had a different mind set than the main office so we were allowed to take extra time off if needed or adjust schedules as needed.
I would love to work for them again. They aren't in Houston any more though.
It was stable until the whole company got sold.
Most definitely they were good about this fact and would even purchase items specific to the employee who may need something to aid in the work process.
Safety is always important and key, specially with a bunch of technicians running around the office.
In my line of duty the work was quite easy however tedious
Inclusive / Diverse
Every idea or thought was treated with the up most respect and consideration no matter how out there the idea really was.
Suggestions for improvement
- I think they did a good job of making the work place more friendly and welcoming. I wanted to go to work. I loved my job and the people I worked with. We were like a small family there.
What I like about the company
They were quite diverse, in the respect that they had employees from all walks of life. Very helpful and generous. Willing to work with you in certain situations so that you didn't end up losing your job.
What I dislike about the company
The one thing I disapprove of is that they sold out to Comcast and are no longer in Houston Texas.