Company more concerned about the bottom dollar than the employee
Network Security Admin (Current Employee), Crane, IN – November 20, 2014
Locally, I can't complain since I'm a contractor working for the Navy so I mostly fall under the government schedules and holidays.
Corporately, this company will cut any corner to save themselves a dollar and butter it up to make it sound like a great deal to you all the while they're downgrading our vacation and health insurance to lower quality – more... programs. – less
SECURITY GUARD (Current Employee), Flushing, NY – November 18, 2014
NORMALLY YOU START OFF WITH GRANTING ACCESS BY CONDUCTING BAG CHECK AND SCANNING THE PEOPLE THEN YOU'RE RE-ASSIGNED TO A POST INSIDE THE EVENT. MANAGEMENT AND STAFF WORKS TOGETHER IN ORDER TO SECURED BOTH PROPERTY AND GUESTS.
Location and learninng the culture of people working with
Order Clerk II Food Services (Former Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – November 18, 2014
Pros: close to where i lived
Cons: the work hours
Busy the time walking in the door. Multi-tasking always Learned what has priority Management needed more experience in ordrer to give direction Co-workers came to me for help in order to get results Hardest part of the job was mis-communication Most enjoyable was break time playing music
No micro management and full control of my responsibilities
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – November 18, 2014
Enjoyed my job with CSC and was there for 17 years. First working on accounts like The county of San Diego US Navy and BAE systems. At first the job was a very secure position which deteriorated over time. Loved my co-workers and had a great experience working for CSC
Good entry level work. Poor options for expansion.
Senior Technical Analyst (Current Employee), Norwich/Groton – November 17, 2014
Pros: employee discounts, home office
Cons: short breaks, understaffed, limited support procedures, pricey insurance, poor if any pay raises
Great to learn some technical basics and security measures. Otherwise very limited in what you are able to perform. Perhaps just this account? Bottom feeders of the corporation however. Absolute minimum pay for the position and annual raises don't always occur. If you cannot make second level support for any reason you are doomed to be at the tier one – more... support until you make a career change. – less
CyberSecurity / Centaur OPS (Former Employee), Warner Robins GA – November 12, 2014
Pros: the money
Cons: the people
By far the worst company I ever worked for... They could give two cents about who you are or what you need. My boss was the biggest douce on the planet, and the people I had to work with were not qualified to do the job. If you need to talk to HR, be prepared for it to take 2-3 weeks to answer your question or wait 2 hours to get through to them and – more... get a stupid answer. Many times they lose the information you send and you have to resend 3-4 times. – less
Event Staff (Current Employee), Orlando, Florida – November 11, 2014
Pros: very relaxed
Cons: weather conditions (sometimes)
A typical day at work consists of standing, walking around ensuring safety is being practiced at each venue. I've learned how to make good judgement on certain situations. The hardest part of the job would be certain weather conditions require you to still execute work protocol. The most enjoyable part of the job are the different experiences you have – more... at each event. – less
Tier II Professional Support Specialist (Current Employee), Menands, NY – November 10, 2014
A typical day at work is busy and filled with technical challenges. I have learned numerous programs by way of self teachings. My co-workers are great people and easy to get along with. The hardest part of my job is saying goodnight at the end of my work shift. The most enjoyable part of my job is root gap cause analysis.