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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I would hope, for the quality of life for the Alpine guys, that NAS does NOT acquire your company.
    ive heard stories about them cutting OT, terminating guys high on the food chain & just overall that they SUCK ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    ive heard stories about them cutting OT, terminating guys high on the food chain & just overall that they SUCK ...
    I don't know why everyone has to be so hard on NAS!!!! Best company I have ever worked for. It would truly be a blessing for the fellas working at Alpine if they were acquired by NAS... Just ask the really nice people after they aquire you, and they will be 100 percent honest with you and tell you what a great thing this is for your career, and we all know they wouldn't lie. They are good honest folks over there

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    Well, for me it's all a moot point, made a decision to stay where I'm at. But, please, continue to discuss......
    You have to pay your due's before you pay the rent!

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    i was waiting to give my opinion as i have just completed my first full year of service here at alpine. i must admit it has more pros than cons ! great vacation ,decent healthcare steady work and good supervisor. quoting your own work and updating work on a tiny cell phone can suck at times parts guru in office really isnt what i expected when they hired him so you have to give detailed info down to the t . but disbatch is friendly . ivr sharks in office but its a needed evil for those who forget to ci and co . give an hour each way . i would say being a former tw employee its the closest ive found to them in my opinion. its a good thing so i give them a 7 out of 10 . 9 if they had a bonus program lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj647 View Post
    i was waiting to give my opinion as i have just completed my first full year of service here at alpine. i must admit it has more pros than cons ! great vacation ,decent healthcare steady work and good supervisor. quoting your own work and updating work on a tiny cell phone can suck at times parts guru in office really isnt what i expected when they hired him so you have to give detailed info down to the t . but disbatch is friendly . ivr sharks in office but its a needed evil for those who forget to ci and co . give an hour each way . i would say being a former tw employee its the closest ive found to them in my opinion. its a good thing so i give them a 7 out of 10 . 9 if they had a bonus program lol
    which state do you cover?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj647 View Post
    i was waiting to give my opinion as i have just completed my first full year of service here at alpine. i must admit it has more pros than cons ! great vacation ,decent healthcare steady work and good supervisor. quoting your own work and updating work on a tiny cell phone can suck at times parts guru in office really isnt what i expected when they hired him so you have to give detailed info down to the t . but disbatch is friendly . ivr sharks in office but its a needed evil for those who forget to ci and co . give an hour each way . i would say being a former tw employee its the closest ive found to them in my opinion. its a good thing so i give them a 7 out of 10 . 9 if they had a bonus program lol
    Sounds familiar.

    Certainly, this is a better move than NAS, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rj647 View Post
    i was waiting to give my opinion as i have just completed my first full year of service here at alpine. i must admit it has more pros than cons ! great vacation ,decent healthcare steady work and good supervisor. quoting your own work and updating work on a tiny cell phone can suck at times parts guru in office really isnt what i expected when they hired him so you have to give detailed info down to the t . but disbatch is friendly . ivr sharks in office but its a needed evil for those who forget to ci and co . give an hour each way . i would say being a former tw employee its the closest ive found to them in my opinion. its a good thing so i give them a 7 out of 10 . 9 if they had a bonus program lol
    i would have signed on except: 1)my employer covers my family hmo plan, ppo plan is still cheaper than what they offered. what they offered me hourly didn't make a difference when it came to what i currently have plus: 2)no commission but AM is service only, so i understand that, 3) my paperwork is pretty cut and dry, AM has so much micro managing when it comes to that what with paper copies and computer/pda it for an added headache,4) not that i have anything to hide but i'm not gps'ed currently and i think that just leads to a bunch of added nonsense when it comes to you and office management, especially those office folks who have nothing better to do than scrutinize tour every nano-inch. the people i communicated with over there were nice folks though....
    You have to pay your due's before you pay the rent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by n-e-w Jerz! View Post
    i would have signed on except: 1)my employer covers my family hmo plan, ppo plan is still cheaper than what they offered. what they offered me hourly didn't make a difference when it came to what i currently have plus: 2)no commission but AM is service only, so i understand that, 3) my paperwork is pretty cut and dry, AM has so much micro managing when it comes to that what with paper copies and computer/pda it for an added headache,4) not that i have anything to hide but i'm not gps'ed currently and i think that just leads to a bunch of added nonsense when it comes to you and office management, especially those office folks who have nothing better to do than scrutinize tour every nano-inch. the people i communicated with over there were nice folks though....

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  9. #35
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    at time builder i can agree with you as well , and nj i am in the maryland area. gps works only when it favors them lol not when you save them time but when they want to micro manage . with that being said i have never been approached regarding gps .

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