Eas Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national warning system in the United States put into place on January 1, 1997 (approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in November 1994), when it replaced the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS), which in turn replaced CONELRAD. It is jointly coordinated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The EAS regulations and standards are governed by the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau of the FCC.
In the past the EAS has released some false alarms, Insider wrote about it in the following article, "In 2016, a strange message was issued by network WKTV in Utica, New York, that left citizens rightfully confused. The EAS message read: "Civil authorities have issued a Hazardous Materials Warning for The United States. Effective until September 29, 02:16 AM EDT. Would you. Could you. On a Train? Wait for further instructions." Many quickly released that "Would you. Could you. On a Train?" was from Dr. Seuss' book "Green Eggs and Ham." The station was quick to take to social media to say that the alert was false and later, they were found to have been hacked."
Laborer/Operator (Former Employee) says"This company was contracted through the Little Rock Air force base to rebuild the light system on the runway. The pay was horrible and management worked you like a dog"
Inventory Manager (Former Employee) says"The company is no longer in business. It was bought out by Abbott Laboratories and was closed. They now are now out of business. No longer in business."
Senior Collector (Current Employee) says"inbound and outbond call.the goal was to make 200 calls a day and work 40 accounts a day. i learned how to skip accounts.Management communication wasn't always good. the co-workers was always friendly and outgoing. The most hardest part of the job was management making promises and not keeping them. i always enjoy making make for the company.nonenone"
Customer serv rep (Former Employee) says"They will higher you for as long as they feel they need you, then they will find a reason to fire you.. Their at will termination policy is ridiculous you have no job security. I wouldn't recommend applying here unless it is temporary."
Public Relations Representative (Former Employee) says"I had generated enough interest in free inspections to be awarded commissions from the company when a customer agreed to have an attic inspection but I feel that I was not given enough time to proof myself. As I explained, potential customers appeared disinterested because of the holidays but several had promised to sign up for a free inspection in January. This did not matter to my supervisor.flexible hours and good starting payexpected to hard-line sell service"
Electricien (domotique) says"Travail en sous-traitance pour Thomas Piron, toujours des gros chantiers, donc répétitifResponsabilitéDéplacement trop important"
Aux Administrativo (Former Employee) says"Foi um grande aprendizado , aprendi muito com pessoas e com próprio serviço ."
Plumbing Foreman (Current Employee) says"EAS is a typical large scale mechanical contractor. These days all large corporate contractors are the same. One is no better than the other. I have been treated fair and compensated well. Not much home life working long days on the road."
Debt Counselor (Former Employee) says"EAS is no longer in business. The closed their doors shortly after I departed the company. My manager was experiencing family problems that impeded her ability to be effective as a manager.Challenging work - Good payNo longer in business"
Plumber (Former Employee) says"Enjoyed working with this company. Was given a dollar more then asking for when hired ! .Felt like to much politics in safety policies.. I have heard not as good if company now that it's been bought out"
Production Planner (Former Employee) says"Overall a good company to work for. I was hied as a contractor. My contacts is ending and I'm moving on. Everyone was very helpful in getting me started here."
ouvrier qualifié (Former Employee) says"j'ai acquis de l'experience dans cette entreprise et appris la gestion en bureau d etudetravail interessantpas d 'evolution"
blbla (Former Employee) says"EAS is an american army acronym duck off and leave me alone, im trying to upload a cv 3 6 9 the goose drank wine, the monkey chewed tobaco on the strets of caroline. the line broke, they all got chocked and the all went toheaven in a little row boat. You may not require me to do anything without pay"
Accounts Executive (Former Employee) says"I had full telephone communication with co-workers in Leeds & Gibraltar. The hardest part of the job was turning my Computer off!! The most enjoyable was keeping up to date & correct Accounts.Being at Home.Being at Home"
Collecting and Rehabilitating Student Loans (Former Employee) says"The management are decent people with a good training program. It is an interesting line of work with a good fit for those that like to collect on loans."
Administrativo Financeiro (Former Employee) says"Empresa agradavel para trabalhar, beneficios de acordo com o mercado de trabalho, gerentes dispostos para tirar duvidas. oportunidades na empresa, referente a cargosotimanao tenho o que reclamar"
Pipe Installer/Warehouse Lead (Current Employee) says"Things need to change as far as the pay rates and the job advancements. I feel communication between workers and Supervisors should be more respectful"
Manager (Current Employee) says"A very secure employment. Highly stressful, fast paced. Very much driven by score and data ratings. Management is mostly non-skilled or any higher educational trained.Job securityHighly stressful deadline driven."
John says"Do not use this company - Dodgy dealings and scams. They present a clean front image but behind the seances the revenue have there eye on them and there foreign partner that they work with to extract significant proportions of your money for themselves. I have personally been lied to and ripped-off by them and am taking them to court and raising complaints with the Inland revenue in both the UK and Ireland. When I let them know that I no-longer wanted there services (they took more than 60% of my pay). then told me I owe them money. If you have been scammed too get in contact with me I will be perusing these fraudulent people through the UK and European Courts."
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Tip Of The Day says"*EAS tone beeps* The National Weather Service has interrupted your regularly scheduled tips to bring you the follo… https://t.co/DinPTYKTkj"
goblin gf says"is, i dont know what the fuck if wrong eith you. this eas rlly long winded and all over the place and im sorry but… https://t.co/Nma90RGd93"
Jeff Simmons says"@rymiles12 @hawkblogger Seriously it’s the worst on the eas coast. Waiting till 1 sucks !"
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