Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 20, 2017
CGI does not follow its own core value. Management is unwilling to train members and expects them to already now the job and duties when hired. GHP/NGHP projects are contracted with CMS and are not secure. Members moral is very low and all management does is buy cookies and hand out pins. If you dont fit into a click then you are treated as an outcast. Not a friendly environment.
Technical Consultant (Former Employee) – Cardiff – July 18, 2017
Good place to work at with flexible hours and good management. Opportunities are few unless you are willing to transfer to other geographic locations. Management is fair and allows autonomy to complete assignments. The culture is diverse but clannish.
Local Contract Specialist-Certified MOR Auditor (Current Employee) – Bay Area, CA – July 12, 2017
As a remote consultant this place is great. My Manager can count on me to send my reports in a timely and professional manner and provide needed training. I enjoy the work culture and the opportunity to meet different people. Great team work between LCS.
Lead Database Administrator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 12, 2017
Though my time at CGI was short (3 years) I was impressed by the amount of independence management gave to employees. The key requirement was ensuring the client was satisfied. The unfortunate part is if CGI loses the client the bandwidth of other clients to assign you to is limited. I enjoyed my time with the company.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Quantico, VA – July 8, 2017
Worked at CGI for 6 months. The management team gave no guidance and showed favoritism to other employees. HR provided absolutely no support and not so much as a pen was brought to the exit interview. I would never consider working at CGI again.
Assistant Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 2, 2017
US Passport agency team lead in downtown Houston, TX responsible for floor production and delivery of passports locally and throughout the US. Managed floor staff of 12 including onboarding and continuous training.
Work life balance is good. Insurance is not good. Salary is okay. Unlimited sick off. Option is work remotely. But you must be careful as insurance is not good . You will end up paying $4K per family or $2K for individual as Deductible .
Disfunctional company with a high employee turnover rate
Engineering tech (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – June 26, 2017
Good place to get a start. However not a good place to stay. Owner is a big jock. He likes to drive fancy cars and have nice things. Then fight you over whether you get paid your mileage or not. Good people work here but there is high turnover.
Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Anchorage Alaska – June 14, 2017
What made this company stand out was the people i worked with everyday! Despite the frequent travel and harsh climate in Alaska, They made this assignment easier to deal with. They will be forever in my memory.
Free accomaditation, transportation, remote work allowed.
Cyber Security Analyst/Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – June 12, 2017
My time at CGI Federal was a six-month internship. So paid leave and benefits were not luxuries that I was privy too. However, during my time there as a Analyst/Engineer intern, the synergy and dynamic of the team and work helped set the foundation for my expectations within a corporate environment.
My Director was never afraid to sit down in the cubicles with us and help us with the work when things were busy or not. He was very understanding and clearly laid out the expectations and future goals that he wanted both the company and Engineering team to achieve.
Sr. Lead EDI Consultant (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – June 11, 2017
My overall Experience was good. Good skilled team mates to work with. Pay was excellent! Like a lot of companies some silo's in management, but not the kind that kills a project. I would work for them again for sure!
Like a lot of companies some silo's in management, but not the kind that kills a project.