Release Engineer (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – July 2, 2014
AmCad was a decent place to work, although salary could have been better. I learned a great deal about TFS 2010/2012/2013 administration, and installshield and troubleshooting middleware or client errors.
1 Hour lunch break, healthcare, was able to leave for appointments without reprive
Started charging for the premium health care in April 2012
Database Administrator (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – September 1, 2015
One of the worst places I have ever worked at. They forced their H1 developers to come to work on weekends without any compensation. I'm sorry, but it looked like the sole purpose of this organization hiring H1s was to save money.
Paper Prep (Former Employee) – Rock Island, IL – June 22, 2015
On a typical day i would get my "box" and start working, I learned how to pace myself in a fast paced job. The managers were very nice and helpful as well as with the co-workers. The hardest part of this job was probably getting paper cuts but i enjoyed the work and with how the workplace flowed.
the breaks were spaced out perfectly and it made the day go by smooth
my only dislike in that it was only a temporary job
Competitive Career path but unstable work environment
Implementation Specialist (Former Employee) – Ohio – June 30, 2014
Worked for Amcad for 1 year and 4 months prior to being laid off. Great company, great people, and had a promising future. But irresponsibility and mismanagement from prior leaders was their downfall. Hopefully, in the near future, the company will continue.
Entry / IT Assistant / Assistant (Former Employee) – Rock Island, IL – January 27, 2014
I loved the job while it lasted, due to temp position through temp agency. I was able to move up 3 times in just a few months, by showing what I was capable of. I really enjoyed being recognized for my hard work, and being given more jobs and responsibilities because of my hard work and accuracy.
Data Entry (Current Employee) – Rock Island, IL – October 9, 2012
A typical work day depends on how much workl we have and when the deadline is. I have learned to about various computer programs and veery quickly. The management isn't quite what I'm use to. They don't check up on peroegg thruout the day. I enjoy working with my co-workers, but sometimes there is a lack of communication. I believe the hardest part is learning the different jobs. The most enjoyable things would have to be break time and the incentive program.