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How do employees review their experience at Comcast Cable, Inc.?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Comcast Cable, Inc. as 3.4 out of 5. Comcast Cable, Inc. earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.0 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Policy, giving it 2.4 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that Comcast Cable, Inc., with scores of 3.2 and 4.0 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

Comcast Cable, Inc. Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Comcast Cable, Inc.?

Sales Account Executive in Houston:
"Executive Negotiating Salary."
Pros: Comcast is a great company and very successful.
Cons: Very politically motivated and very aggressive when changes are made.

Financial Analyst in Atlanta:
"I love what I was doing."
Pros: Working alone and the hours I worked.
Cons: The pay was too low for what I was doing.

Communications Technician in Beaverton:
"Frusturating controlling uncontrollable problems like wifi."
Pros: Company vehicle.
Cons: Pay and the one size fits all mentality not being valued as a individual and feel like a small price to a huge machine. Management that is very disengaged from there patrons.

Communications Technician in Elizabethtown:
"They care more about customers than employees."
Pros: My customers, I bring them joy the best way I can.
Cons: Management. They are bullies and try to justify poor pay by all the benefits they offer. The only people scared for my life are the customers watching me climb a telephone pole or crawling underneath their home into the spiders den.

Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Huntsville:
"It pays the bills."
Pros: Discounted services, work on a nice building.
Cons: No real job advancement beyond moving to another state. Mismanaged, complaints take to long to resolve. You are guilty till proven innocent for everything. Who your manager is affects your job outlook and how stats are interpreted.

Field Service Technician in Sacramento:
Pros: I like having the ability to to resolve a problem completely. 95 percent of the time there is no need for anyone else to help me. Occasionally you need help with network issues.
Cons: Local management seems to have no idea what goes in to a day at work. It's sad because many of the managers were techs once. Now they try and act like a they've joined a club you are not allowed to be part of.

Field Service Technician in Reading:
"Could be better."
Pros: Basically my own boss.
Cons: Company holds everything against techs.

Call Center Representative in Chicago:
Pros: Perks, corporate 401 k.
Cons: Dealing w customer who are irate not having enough support from management team.

Call Center and Customer Service Executive in Denver:
"Great place to work."
Pros: I like the challenge of helping people. Technology changes fast and I can help answer questions & repair many issues remotely. The company tries to make it a good work environment.
Cons: There are both customers and employees who don't appriciate the realities of the situation. Customers who are abusive. Employees who take advatage and don't do their job. Both make it harder on everyone who are actually trying to do the right thing.

Cable Installer in Southfield:
"Great Place To Work But Very Demanding."
Pros: I like the freedom to not be 'tied' to a desk all day. The fact that I'm outdoors most of the time is refreshing a welcome turn from working in a factory without natural sun light.
Cons: The hardest part of my job is having to battle the elements. With the winter of 2013, which was one of the worst in my region, it was very difficult to preform my job and maintain a fast pace.

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