Business Intelligence Consultant (Former Employee) – Leon County, FL – August 16, 2017
Had good time working at this company. I was working as a contractor for project. I am not sure about the benefits personally but heard they are okay from my teammates who worked full time with CGI for a long time.
CGI is great place to work that has the perfect balance of individual and team environments. Most projects are done individually. But when it comes to bigger projects, a team setting builds a great work atmosphere and ensures all members do their part at bringing the best out of each other.
Business/Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 10, 2017
Better salary and benefits would be great. Once the government health kicked in they jump on the band wagon of most companies and made employee pay for most of there insurance cost. Not all companies did this I still know some people working for good companies that take care of their employees.
Unless you are desperate for a job, please look elsewhere.
Passport Support Associate (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – August 10, 2017
This is an extremely unprofessional place to work from management to working conditions. It is like working in a factory setting where quotas must be met. Beware, you are working for a contractor not the Department of State. This is not a gateway to becoming a state employee. There are no raises. Do not be fooled into thinking this is a desk job. If you can not handle repetitive tasks, this is not the job for you. This is a dead end job and my advice is to give it a miss.
Working conditions, unprofessional managers and working conditions, no pay increase of any kind, dead end job.
Poor work life balance and no possibility of advancement
Passport Support Associate (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 10, 2017
Production logs are used to measure where you are every moment of the day. You have to use your personal time to fill out these logs. Management and team leads stand over your shoulder as you work. Your work is monitored on a tracking system to measure your working speed down to the second.
Numbers, number, numbers. That's all the company cares about and to make management look good. The only people who benefit from working for this company are management, engineers, and consultants. They often require mandatory overtime during peak season and ask that you be "flexible". They only know one way to manage and that's to deprive their staff of any quality of life.
There is a very small possibility of advancement because the government doesn't hire civilians. There is almost no possibility of a raise.
3 - 4 people quit every month.
Micromanaged, unrealistic expectations, no raises, no advancement
Major focus on client delivery and growing the business
Finance Manager (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 8, 2017
Senior leadership is very client focused and pro leveraging capabilities across SBU's to garner new business and innovate. Opportunities for growth exist within the SBU's for Operations roles however room for advancement and role variety is limited outside of the Corporate office for overhead support functions.
Secure tech job with great Work/Life balance as they allow employees to work from home. No opportunity to advance and management skill varies wildly. Some managers have all the time in the world to micro manage while others are so busy with meetings you are lucky to get minutes of their time during the week.
Technical Consultant - Technical Analyst (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 1, 2017
Good exposure into the business world and IT. Learned important skills in client relations and new technical skills to help me further my career. I have found that the benefits and pay are a little less that competitive in my market.
Productive environment and allow music in the work place
Customer Service Rep - III - Federal Contractor (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 1, 2017
A typical work day at CGi is very fast past environment. We have many different assgnedment that are done by a monthly schedule .which may change daily. Management listen well to improvement in the work place. The company allow us to celebrate holidays. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the public
Project Consultant (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 1, 2017
CGI Federal is for the beginner in the workforce. If you have experience in any field stay far away from this place unless you plan to use them as a stepping stone. They are very secretive and the senior management will not pay anywhere near your worth.
System Database Analyst (Current Employee) – Field – July 31, 2017
Make sure when you work in places like Afghanistan that they take taxes regardless and do not listen to the see-nile benefits clerk when she quotes your exempt because unless you do your 330 days your not ... they won't tell you a thing except your exempt ... meanwhile your may get laid-off and have to pay those back taxes because some stupid lady clerk is too stupid to explain the truth ... the HR are irate too ... very un-professional ..
Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) – Troy, AL – July 31, 2017
A lot of things could be changed and made for the better, if people were held accountable. I love my job hopefully the pay will increase due to the work demand given and will be given to management staff.
Case Worker II/Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – July 21, 2017
I love working for CGI Group. When I was hired a year ago I hit the ground running. I showed my superiors that I not only could do the work assigned, but that I could do it quicker and more efficiently than anyone else. From that point on, my superiors made it a point to take me under their wing and molded me to grow within CGI. I was picked to assist in new hire training and was promoted to a Case Worker II/Quality Assurance Analyst as a result. The environment at CGI is very fast paced, but it is also relaxed. Everyone helps everyone as we all have the same end goal.