Cable & Wireless

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11 days ago

Manager - Remote Access Dublin Hub Solutions Owner

Vodafone Group Berkshire +2 locations

As Vodafone continues to evolve, our commitment to innovation has never been greater. Already the world's leading mobile telecommunications company… Reed.co.uk


8 days ago

Customer Implementation Specialist Billing

Vodafone Group Berkshire +2 locations

At Vodafone, we dont just produce innovative products, we develop amazing people too. Were a brand that loves change if its not happening naturally… Reed.co.uk


12 days ago

Application Support and DBA Team Manager

Vodafone Group Hammersmith, England

• Maintaining a high level of availability of services and minimising the risk of exposure to system downtime through continual monitoring of key… Reed.co.uk


13 days ago

Infrastructure Architect/ Solutions Consultant

Vodafone Group Hammersmith, England

At Vodafone, we dont just produce innovative products, we develop amazing people too. Were a brand that loves change if its not happening naturally… Reed.co.uk


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Cable & Wireless CEO Vittorio Colao
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    Started well, went downhill as the company struggled

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    Former Employee - Service Manager  in  Bracknell, England
    Former Employee - Service Manager in Bracknell, England

    I worked at Cable & Wireless full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Lovely people to work with. I was generally left to my own devices as long as I achieved what I needed to.

    Cons

    No training offered or provided; they didn't have the budget. The company didn't understand customer service. Towards the end there was a culture of bullying. They have been taken over by Vodafone now and I understand the bullies have had to change their behaviour.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Your customers prefer honesty. Honesty towards customers, colleagues and to yourself would be a good start.

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