Dining Facility Attendant (Current Employee) – Fort Polk, LA – April 13, 2016
They have great Insurance but the hours are a lil low seems like you never know exactly when you will work. They have several safety violation i've seen and reportd and no actions have been taken to correct them. 1, they have extensions cords laying across the floor in bldg 8239. They have a gas leak in bldg 8240 since October 2015 still haven't been repaired. also at bldg 8239 there are no lights on the west side of the bldg. at night. When they are loading and unloading the trucks with( mermites) these are food containers no one is practicing safety.
They have great people working for them. and great insurance
The union stewart do not stand up for the members never have meetings with the new employers., safety is lacking..
Administrator (Current Employee) – Lorton, VA – March 8, 2016
BCI days started with coordination of fleet dispatch and fielding calls for new orders. The days were long when the truck was down but I enjoyed trying to figure out away to make our customers satisfied during these difficult times.
Community Support Specialist (Former Employee) – St Peters MO – November 10, 2015
A typical day would begin with face to face communication with each employee. Then the day would be about supervising the employees, working with lead staff to fill placements as needed, and typical clerical duties such as payroll and computerized documentation.
Administrative Manager BCI/Union Tribune Newspaper (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 28, 2015
Opening the office and setting sales reps. Training new sales reps. Management was always willing to help and give advice. The hardest part of the job was always being on call. The great bonus and enjoyed all my co-workers
Company located in a great spot, with a pond next to it, where you could fish.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 6, 2015
Great atmosphere, with a great team of people. Can be relaxing, because you are not being watched the entire time you are there. Pick up your order and go around stalking everything onto the skit. Great supervisors
This company is one that is easy to become comfortable with. Generally helpful people and a growing share of the enrollment market share makes you feel like you are part of something bigger. However with a tighter knit community leads to less personal space and no clear advancement and a tendency to file vacancies with new hires instead of promoting from within can make this job feel like a dead in.