Construction Laborer (Former Employee) – El Cajon, CA – August 2, 2017
Great comany to gain experience then move on. Not much potential for growth. Extremely hard to move up or forward at all as a new employee. They only look out for the employees that have been their awhile
Resturant (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – February 4, 2017
Wasn't a good environment Had to work really fast Couldn't speak Spanish only English Had to keep our Area clean I worked 5 days a week 6hrs each day Hardest park was that the manager would be mean to the coworkers
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Spring Lake, NC – January 5, 2017
I loved working here it was very relaxed, welcoming. Management was great, they understand things come up that you may be late or call out of work. on a daily basis, I logged checks into the computer system, I was given a paid hour lunch daily.
Lead Infrastructure Liason (Former Employee) – Beckley, WV – August 13, 2016
This was a startup company with great potential however it failed due to economic circumstances. Good management and team of techs, good environment and morale. Overall great place to work wish it did not close so soon.
Senior Consultant; Strategy & Innovation (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 6, 2016
BTS is a great company to start a post MBA career. It feels in many ways like business school continued. It will sharpen your business chops and give you a level of access to senior executives(internal and external) unheard of at other firms.
Lead Infrastructure Liaison (Former Employee) – Beckley, WV – April 26, 2016
Great small company with potential for growth. Shame it had to close its doors. Had a lot of diversity and experiences with this company and my coworkers. Great management and a lot of fun and adventure.
Fun and exciting, but company needs better direction to stand apart from competition
Scriptwriter (Current Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – February 24, 2015
Fun and relaxed place to work (Philly/Conshohocken office) where everyone eats lunch together and talks and jokes together. Other offices where more salespeople work have a different feel. For the most part, projects at BTS are exciting and fun to work on. You have the chance to build new solutions and experiences (digital, classroom and other event-based products) for clients and really wow them. The work life balance is usually good, except for the occasional emergency and weekend work, and the benefits are good. However, the company could use help deciding what it wants to be. It doesn't have the clear value proposition that some other training/consulting companies do. Is it a training/learning company or a strategic consulting company? The leaders are still trying to figure that out. This has led to some downstream problems, confusion, frustration, arguments over priorities, etc. But overall it's a pretty good company to work for.
Free gym in Philadelphia office, free coffee and snacks, nice views.
Fifth floor, so it takes a while to walk down when there's a fire drill
Test Analyst (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 26, 2015
Worked offsite so didn't interact much contact with the local office or Corp office. When support was needed they responded fast and kept track of any further needs. Hours were flexable and sometime very long when the job required support.