Mission: Be the leader in providing communications services to residential and business customers in our markets.
I have been working at Frontier Communications (Less than a year)
Operations are getting better organized and functioning in a more consistent manner. Unionized departments have it pretty nice. Lots of equipment is getting upgrades and there's a big push for increasing deployment.
Bit off more than they can initially chew with the Verizon acquisition. Left hand doesn't know what the right is doing. Departments don't talk to each other unless something goes wrong and they need to find someone to blame. Not a lot of room for promotion/development.
Advice to Management
Communicate big picture and/or organizational/operational structure more. Most groups have no idea what any other group does, but are expected to "just know" who does what and work together with them for some task.
I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Frontier Communications.
I cycled through 5 supervisors who would gauge my personality, salesmanship, general education, and ability to communicate effectively. The second interview was more intense one on one classical interview questions such as strengths/weakness etc.