- WorlCom, Inc. (bankrupt)12.Nov 2015
Movie passes for a job above the call of duty that was performed well.
Support from management
My lead was across the hallway, and my supervisor was a few doors away.
Team outings with relatives, significants was encouraged.
Daily meetings, with a family atomoosphere.
Support was universal.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Again, support was universal.
On-site classes to improve the individual on all levels was available. all you had to do was inform your lead/supervisor and sign up.
Overall compensation for your work
The pay, reimbursement were both excellent, with the occasional bonus.
Office / Work Environment
Up to date, with ready support on-call.
So long as you worked the required 8-hour day and were available for a conference, there was no problem as to what your hours were.
It was the dream job.
All you had to be was excellent.
everyday was something new and exciting in the world of IT.
Inclusive / Diverse
If you had a great idea, everybody knew it.
Suggestions for improvement
- There are no improvements for that which is now gone.
What I like about the company
The entire building held the affection of a family environment, seeming carefree, but damned effective.
What I dislike about the company
Sadly, WorldCom, with the aid of overblown media attention, went under in 2002.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyWorlCom, Inc. (bankrupt)
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