Senior Software Engineer / Project Manager (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – November 10, 2015
PictureVision was an awesome company - good benefits, excellent off-sites, all the fun of a "dot-comm" backed by the capital of a big company. After totally consumed, and like any very big company - acceptable and yet competitive benefits. Worked for different business units and different manager types ranging from micro-managers, to hands-off, to moderately engaged. Like most, I didn't leave the company, I left the managers for a better opportunity.
Programmer/Analyst (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – January 5, 2016
Started my IT career with CTG. They gave me a look as to what the consulting game was all about. Can't say a whole lot bad or good about them because it was during the Y2K days when the IT environment was a lot different than today.
Don't feel appreciated being a contract hourly employee.
Systems Key Operator (Current Employee) – Webster, NY – December 17, 2015
CTG can get you work with a good companies such as Xerox, where I'm currently employed. The people I work with at Xerox are beyond wonderful. But being an hourly employee I get no company paid benefits. They offer health and vision, employee paid of course, and dropped offering dental. Being an hourly contract employee there is no holiday pay, no sick/personal or vacation time, not even accrued time. Most companies incur the cost of AT LEAST HOLIDAY pay. I have to miss two days pay for holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. They offer to deduct money from your salary to cover sick/personal, holiday and vacation. There is no chance for raises unless the company you are contracted to raises the salary for that position. Then, who knows if CTG will tell you and pass that raise to you. CTG gets paid good money for every hour you work and doesn't show any appreciation. I would not recommend contract work with CTG unless you can get a salaried position, then you all benefits offered to you.
Production (Former Employee) – NY – November 24, 2015
This company calls you and tells you you are hired and then retracks your offer when they contact the wrong company for a reference check! I went in for my drug screen and when I should have failed on that drug screen due to medicine I am prescribed I passed with no verification what so ever! The management is unbelievable in communication!
technical support (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 1, 2015
Many agencies offer you deserved paid time off for long-time service amounting to nine months or more. Not CTG they encourage you to deduct monies out each pay period in order to pay yourself to vacation. Just be aware because, this policy is down-played during the interview process; however you feel it later on.
Graphic designer (Former Employee) – usa – October 1, 2015
first off they only have an office in new york so you have to print everything and scan / fax it to them. I was still sending in them paperwork 2 months after the company I interviewed said they wanted me!!!!!!!!!!!!
They lied about my rate of pay changing the number three times before I made them put it in writing to prevent being further low balled and when I finally got to the job they cancelled my contract 2 weeks later and now I can't even reach them on the phone to get my ending payment information.
Please avoid working for this company it was one of the worst decisions of my life and now I'm jobless and have no idea what I'm going to do.
Very productive place, and nice environment place to work
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Morrisvile, nc – September 22, 2015
Lenovo is a very nice place to work. Very professional and comes with many perks. Job security is one of the best until recently. We just laid off 3,500 employees worldwide but you know certain things happen for a reason. Fun environment and a good place to grow.
CTG offered a competitive benefits package and ability to work remote.
QRadar Security Delivery Specialist (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 17, 2015
CTG offered a competitive benefits package including 401k, medical, and dental insurance. The position I accepted allowed me to work remotely for IBM. The staff has been very helpful with the on-boarding process.
Offers IT professionals the ability to work remote.
Customer Service Advocate (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – July 19, 2015
This job placed me in production for Xerox Business Services. Loved my co-workers. The hardest part was standing on concrete most of my 8 hour day - the most enjoyable part was the people and the job responsibilities I had.
I enjoyed my employment at CTG (Lenovo) because most of the people enjoyed helping you out when needed. My supervisor was a nice person to all the refurbish staff. He was open to training everyone that wanted to learn something different about the process of computers.
Mail Finishing Level 2 (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – May 27, 2015
Study new written notes/data from the previous day. Open outlook, looking for all new email messages. Identify incoming customer requests. Complete small job description job tasks from the following day. Organize all notes and data, study notes that I need to remember. Understand corporate communication, verbal, non-verbal communication.