I love working in the field, near the beach and mountains. This was hard work working in the sun but it pays off just working with nature. I learn a lot about the surrounding of the Hacienda. Everyday was something new to do, never a boring day. All the other workers were also easy going and fun to work with.
QA Test Specialist (Former Employee) – mobile, al – September 2, 2015
Fun place to work for. They advertise that they promote personal job advancement. They should advertise that they promote personal job advancement, unless the advancement is outside of their company. Compensation is extremely low. QA will make around 20-24,000 a year. Even the bottom 10% in the area makes more than that.
Worked in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire area at well known insurance company. Great working environment. Great CTS management to work for at the time. Enjoyed working with group of engineers who were very knowledgeable and easy to work with.
Quality Assurance Engineer (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 22, 2013
i'm optimistic about the outlook for this company. They shouldutilize the subjective factors more when considering people for promotion. Just because they met all pre-reqs for promotion does not mean they are ready to lead a team.
Nuclear QA Procedures & Proposals Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 19, 2012
Flex-Time is Great However; Subject to Manager's Approval Daily Status Reports Required with No Exceptions; Quality Assurance Adherance is mandated throughout each Project Little Tolerance for Ignorance; No Tolerance for Bigotry All Source Material Experts (SMEs) are clearly Identified Minimal Standards and Expectations appear excessively High Individual Compensation based on the following: Demostrated Skills; Experience; Product Quality; Product Quantity; Meeting all Guidelines and Deadlines
flex-time ; above adverage compensation:
indvidual consultant contracts, only; no collective bargaining