Software Engr Prof (Current Employee) – Lake Oswego, OR – September 18, 2013
I started with Covansys and later acquired by CSC. Having its own brand and good value and ethics. It is good working in a company with same client for 7 years and I have learned the complete business in supply chain management and gathered healthcare domain knowledge.
Collections/Customer Service (Call Center) (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – August 18, 2017
Most relaxed call center center I've ever worked in. Genuinely functioned more like an office. With customer service department directly across the room collections & customer satisfaction was simplified.
Customer Service/Claims Representative III (Former Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – August 18, 2017
CSC was a decent place to work and then layoffs were necessary. It became a stressful place at that time watching people lose their jobs and then having to pick up the extra work load since no one was hired to fill the positions. The hours were set shifts so it was hard to make appointments during the day.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – August 14, 2017
Managment always changes the plan for business with lack of communication to staff. frequest management changes make it difficult to progress within the company. Not open to new ways of thinking too much groupthink
Bilingual Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – August 10, 2017
docent gift shop schedule and host birthday parties front desk memberships supervision money drops data entry calls interact with children It's a Children's Museum interaction with the art and many things to learn. There is something for all ages and the experience is one of a kind.
awesome place awesome co workers awesome management
Systems Administrator - HPUX - Boeing Team (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 7, 2017
If you don't mind burning vacation days to get a weekend off once in a while, this place is for you. Personally, I choose not to burn vacation days for a Saturday off. No work/life balance at all. Churn and Burn
Working here was cool. Coworkers were cool to be around. Management for the most part were willing to help with any grievance we had. Job requirements were easy to complete. hardest part of the job was standing your entire shift except for your break. The most enjoyable was going to games and events for free that you may not have been able to attend.
free lunch, get to set your own schedule, get paid for every event you do.
Security Guard/Staff Event (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – July 23, 2017
-you can choose what days to work and what events to work for -the pay is good plus a lot of mandatory overtime within the even your working at -you can interact with the public at the event and provide costumer service to the event
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – July 20, 2017
Provided a lot of poor services, to ensure follow-on contracts were needed. Management was very autocratic. Benefits ebbed and flowed with labor demand, but ultimately eroded. Workplace was a place of work. After halving the world-wide workfoce a few years ago, they were bought out by DXC.
Although I have a great work/life balance, a great relationship with coworkers and manager; I have not had the opportunity for job advancement nor a raise in the last 4 years. Even with excellent performance reviews it's been a constant battle for any kind of pay raise within this company. Any training I have completed has been on my own terms since there is no actual training program, everything I have learned has been mostly self taught with little guidance from seniority. Most approvals from upper management are denied for offsite training since the company cares more about numbers than employee growth.
flexible schedule, flexible vacation, remote work
no job advancement, lack of pay raise, job security, lack of training, Upper Management does not care about employees