Comment – February 18, 2013
That was the cruelest comment I've ever read. Absolutely a false statement about CWU management and its staff. I personally think CWU always seeks out to work with its staff to make sure things are running smoothly and efficiently. I would have not made the transition from CSMI TO CWU if it had not been for the positive attitudes and work ethic of the entire CWU's personnel . I've had the opportunity to talk to various CWU's upper management personnel from CEO all the way to administrative staff; I am certainly pleased with their professionalism and dedication in striving for excellence and getting the job done without disparaging , degrading or patronizing its employees. As a current employee of CWU, I would sharply dismiss the coward comments made by one of the former employees. Ergo, let us move on and work cooperatively to make CWU proud and prosperous !
Comment – February 19, 2013
I have been a linguist for a almost 5 years, worked inside Iraq for a while, transitioned from one company to another due to transfer of contract. In all honesty I have not met one linguist that had anything positive to say about all those hiring companies, it is unfortunate that linguists, based on what I have perceived over the past few years, Linguist have always downgraded their hiring companies, it is the same trend, linguists would consistently call and plead to the hiring companies to be hired and once hired they turn against the hiring company and claim the hiring company is unjust and use unfair tactics and practices that aggravate the linguists. Well the grass is not always greener on the other side, my prospective about the whole situation is, companies need to profit in order to sustain in business long enough to provide opportunities to linguists, simple logic, and one needs to address issues from all prospective and not from his own prospective only, and have a clear understanding that companies or corporations small big, all abide by the same rules, CWU is no different from all of the other hiring companies they do their best to please their employees, am an employee of CWU, and all honesty I have been upset on a couple of calls that were made by CWU but I would not go to the extend in bashing the company, let us assess our selves first let us take a good long look at ourselves before we lash out on CWU, I myself on numerous occasions wondered why on earth did this linguist get hired? it is very easy to criticizes others and not yourself, I myself have a very positive prospective of CWU and all the respect for its staff and their CEOs, am not saying all this to gain personal advantage am simply saying what my conscious is telling me, my advice to the readers is, please before you pass on a judgment on CWU and its staff or CEOs, consider what I have said and be honest with yourself in assessing this wonderful company, I until today get linguists constantly calling me from home asking me to please help them get on bored with CWU, simply if you’re not happy with CWU, and am not trying to offend anyone and as politically correct as am trying to be, there are many other linguists that are more than willing to acquire your position. I have had nothing but respect from my managers, we had our ups and downs but I love and respect their approach in management. Just because my relation as an employee of CWU was dissolved due to my attitude does not grant me the right to discredit the company's reputation less
Comment – February 22, 2013
This is an example of a disgruntled employee. Also, there are always two sides to every coin. To diss an employer in public media such as this, it does not make the person who left this comment right, either. I've seen how hard this company works for their employees. They listen to us! They know how valuable we are to them. Working for this company has caused me to push myself positively, and I am all the better for it, and I hope that I can contribute to the success here in the long run as well.
Comment – April 9, 2013
You got switched from CSMI to CWU becuase you didnt have any other choice, CWU was and still is switching everyone from CSMI to CWU.
Comment – March 27, 2013
During my last 10 years of working as a linguist, utilizing my linguistic skills for several corporations, I have discovered working for a small company is much preferable than working for large ones. My reason for feeling this way, is that with the company management is one where your voice can be easily heard by the senior positioned personnel of the company comparing it to the large ones. And during my working experience with CWU-INC, I personally feel more comfortable and happier yet, grateful to work under the professionalism, skilled leadership and excellent performing management staff of CWU-INC. Who care enough to follow up on their employees health condition when while on sick leave as if they are member of your family. Thus regrettably, there has been few ungrateful individuals who try to discredit and falsely misrepresent the company’s name and reputation. I strongly and highly recommend this company who respect and take care of its employees (family members) for those who are seeking a linguist position job out there!!