CDIs Sub-contract company, who won the bid from KCI.
Typical day would be Document support, management supportive. co-workers kind, hardest part of job, waiting to hear if we won another year or two contract or if we lost the bid every one or two year(s). most enjoyable part when we won.
not many problems and nothing negative to say but some drivers are cranky after a long day.got to learn more about the road and traveling. management is perfect. workplacr was on the road. the hardestpart of the job was long drives. the best part of the job is being good with math and counting
Foreman (Former Employee) – Sedalia, CO – May 19, 2017
Multi-divisional environmental company based in several different states. Company is driven from the direction of a highly experienced President and Vice President. Several opportunities for advancement within the company. Great training program.
Sr. Recruiter (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 9, 2017
They didn't want to pay out bonuses so they had a habit of changing the bonus calculation formula right before the bonus was to be paid. Each time they recalculated, they wouldn't have to pay out the bonuses because we fell short of the new performance metrics.
Engineering Tech II (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – April 5, 2017
Government contractor. Team includes many retired veterans-highly skilled and hard working. Travel abroad and stateside. Pay and benefits good. Working abroad for many months can be difficult away from family--and living conditions.
Job locations can be abroad--work many months away from family
Employee (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – March 30, 2017
When first employed, enjoyed my job. After about a year in, I realized that the company and its employees lacked a beneficial asset - communication. As the years progressed, it didn't get any better. There is a very low morale and top-heavy business structure.
Supply Chain Planner (Current Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – March 18, 2017
CDI was great until Jan 01, 2017. The company turned most employees that had a statement of work (SOW) to external temporary workers (ETW) The change meant all employee benefits were taken away including vacation and paid medical premiums.
Managed and assisted client services with the installation, testing, troubleshooting, and support of over 3,000 non-standard (new) software applications on a Windows 95, 98, NT and XP platform to ensure desktop compatible and quality assurance with all standard applications; as well as wrote installation procedures for all company personnel use. Trained new contractors on testing and writing install procedures. Updated the company's compliance procedure manual for management review for the software development, testing and quality assurance teams. Cataloged all applications company-wide to assure accurate inventory and location/usage. Created .pdf files and uploaded applications to the company's web site. Compiled data and created weekly reports to track company wide (by department) the number of applications being used. I can truly say that I enjoyed working for this company and hated to see the contract ended. The company was great to work for. All benefits were good. They treated all employees equally.
Testing and writing software installation procedures for company personnel.
I have no complaints other than the project was contracted and it ended too soon.
IT Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – March 6, 2017
It has meany things to improve . No training to personal, no benefits to employees. No incentives to employees, the company is not growing. Not enough personal, not enough equipment, no budget and not well organized.
Good Co-workers, Medical Plans, Good Location
It has meany things to improve. No training to personal, no benefits to employees. No incentives to employees, the company is not growing. Not enough personal, not enough equipment, no budget and not well organized.