Deputy Program Manager / Operations Manager (Current Employee), Herndon, VA – May 26, 2014
Pros: doi is important to the country
Cons: it's a contract with the government and always has an end date
Abacus is a fine company with average benefits and work/life options depending on the particular contract you work on. The customer I work for is very important to the country as it's key functions is to attract investment in natural resources as well as to collect royalties for these resources, bringing in the largest amount of money to the federal – more... government second only to the IRS. Supporting their mission is fulfilling however the customer is not always reasonable in their demands. – less
Human Service Assistant (Current Employee), Norfolk, VA – May 16, 2014
Working as a human services aid with the City of Norfolk has increased my overall experience with people. A typical day at work would involve scanning cases, checking client's statuses with SNAP, TANF or Medicaid. The hardest part of the job was hearing their circumstances but in every aspect I have helped.
Switch Technician (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OK – May 5, 2014
A great company to work for, they are on par with salary and benefits and they have a "hands-off" management style. As long as you take care of business and do what you need to do they don't bother you.
Custodial Worker (Current Employee), Virginia Beach, VA – May 1, 2014
A very good job to have. The co-workers are nice and help out with certain things. Management is very helpful when it comes to the job. I really do enjoy working with this company. I would recommend it to friends that are looking for work.
Janitorial Services (Former Employee), Greensboro, NC – February 17, 2014
Cons: no benefits and no raise.
I arrive at 7 o'clock and begin my work on on of the trailer loading wing B. I sweep the floors and collect the trash out of the trash bins until about 9 o'clock or our 15 minute break. Afterwards i would get started on cleaning the van line floors and collecting the trash and boxes that have accumulated. there is six belts which took thirty to forty – more... five minutes each and that would last me to 2 o'clock and then i would find something else to do until my shift was over at 3 o'clock. – less