Contract role with Wells Fargo. Very little interaction with Apex staff so it would be difficult to review their performance. My recruiter with Apex however was very supportive and I have remained in contact with their staff.
Senior Systems Specialist (Former Employee) – 100% remote – April 26, 2016
Working a recent contract through Apex was rather simple and straight-forward. Engagement with Apex was limited to typical HR-type functions such as scheduling of the interviews, submission of resume and tax forms, benefits info, etc. I would work with them again.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, OH – April 24, 2016
The opportunity allowed for growth and the ability to work in an environment that was fast pace, challenging, and allowed working onsite and also remote. Management was friendly, helpful and worked very hard. ability to learn new technology.
Excellent company to work for with great benefits.
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Current Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – April 5, 2016
I have learned and am still learning new things at Apex. Work days are extremely busy with strict deadlines. The hardest part of working for Apex is understanding that rules that did apply change in a heartbeat with no communication about the subject or how it is to be done. I have awesome co-workers and managers. I enjoy my job because I love numbers and accounting comes easy to me. Management is a bit difficult to understand and they way that things are handled. This company does need to have meetings in each department and better communication with these departments.
Paid birthday's off, great healthcare, team buildings paid, and many people to interact with.
Not appreciated by immediate managers and the company plays favorites.
Engineer Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX. – April 2, 2016
Aside from meeting the needs of the Government, Working for SAIC was a challenge to begin with. I had never done this type of work before, so I enjoyed learning new things and using my critical thinking to not only solve problems, but also assist in the making of our work manual. I would recommend this job to anyone who likes to move around a lot, and not have a family.
Great pay, interesting work environment, learn something new
Their is real problem with upper management in Finance
Analyst (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 31, 2016
There are managers that mistreat their staff and upper manager is aware of these situations and still keep those managers and allow them to go to trips and receive bonuses. The culture is make money for the company but you as an employee don't matter.
Good health benefits
PTO and vacation is all one. A lot manual processes, no automation. Work long hours and weekends and don't get paid overtime if you are salaried.
Cisco Live Desk Support (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – March 28, 2016
Workers were underpaid and management was not worried as much about productivity as they were other peoples feelings. Management would turn a blind eye to poor productivity but would reprimand those who pointed out productivity issues with co-workers. Management would play favorites. My department discouraged anyone from trying to further their knowledge of networking and discouraged trying to solve issues that related to our departments work and suggested handing the work off to others.
Lab Technician (Quality) (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – March 27, 2016
The job was very enjoyable. It was steady, independent work that kind of allowed you to be your own boss in a sense that you aren't watched over. If you need help, someone is always there to assist you.