Overall Reviews at ZOOM
Contractor | Milwaukee, WI | May 12, 2018
Zoom is an exceptional recruiter for Embedded Software Engineeer
Typical day at the contract was early start and early end time.
At this contract, I learned a new DSP.
Management was very good to work for, was not overbearing.
Workplace culture was very good, with lots of friendly people.
Hardest part of the job was probably the site, getting to and from.
Most enjoyable part of job was working with a previous lead who had recently started at the company.
Prosflexible schedule, good working environment
Team Supervisor | Portland, OR | Mar 29, 2019
Growing Fun Company
ZoomCare is a great place to get hands on experience in the medical field with no experience required. ZoomCare is a smaller company and feels like one in the way everyone is so connected to every department. A smaller company does mean more responsibilities for fewer people. If you are prepared to stick through the growing pains, there is potential for growth within the company.
ProsGood field of work, transparency from upper management, trust that you can and will get the job done
ConsHigh turn over. Starting pay largely contributes to turn over and quality of employees.
Billing Specialist | Portland, OR | May 10, 2018
Employees are Replaceable
Pay is low. Waves of lay offs happen every couple of months. Management tries to cut corners all the time which gets them into legal trouble. My advice is to only accept employment if you're looking to gain some experience, otherwise, look somewhere else.
Sales Associate | Edinburg, TX | Jan 11, 2020
What I learned
I learned to manage money. I now have experience with customer service. I had to maintain the store and keep it clean, and also restock the merchandise to make sure customers want to come again.
Account Manager | Woburn, MA | Apr 12, 2019
Overall, a good place to work.
Management is nice and want you to succeed.
It is definitely not an easy job, you have to really work to succeed. Not for the weak minded.
7am start is tough.
Laborer/Helper | New York, NY | Jan 25, 2019
A lot of changes have to be done
They have to learn using tools and definitely they have to buy some.
They need to put an order so they can look more professionals.
Nobody is happy about the payment they offer.
Some are working a lot more than others and they are suffering from teams of different interests within the company.