Knowledgable people with a disconnected management
IT Repair Technician (Current Employee) – Danbury, CT – August 18, 2015
A typical day at work consists of checking your queue for Calls/Tasks that come in for whichever of the 5 buildings on Boehringer Ingelheim's campus that you are supporting. These Calls/Task have an SLA date and they are completed as soon as possible. These range from computer issues to setting up machines/equipment for new users. Since starting with this company I have learned a lot of ways on how to troubleshoot and physically repair PC's. My coworkers are all lively and happy to help, there is a mutually beneficial relationship with all. The hardest part of the job is communicating with Germany's BI Headquarters. However the most enjoyable part of the job is actually talking with users and helping them through their issues. The most pressing issue I found was how disconnected management is from their actual employees.
Mobile App Developer (Current Employee) – Wallingford, CT – July 25, 2014
Every day is different and challenging. AIT has allowed me to develop skills over the last year I never could have achieved without their support. I've made friendships with co-workers, the management team is very fair and always available to address concerns or questions. AIT has a staffing division and there are job postings listed within the company, so opportunities to find new positions are always available.
opportunity for growth, bonuses
work schedule, project deadlines sometimes difficult to meet
Help Desk (Former Employee) – Danbury CT – February 28, 2013
Easily the worst job I ever held. The management team was not professional at all. Always vacationing and would not respond to inquiries. They enjoy making money but not paying the employees that work! Many things were promissed and never granted. If you are thinking of going for a job with them be careful.