Employee Compensation and Work/Life Balance - RED FLAGS
Would Identify Me (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 23, 2016
Senior Manager on my account didn't submit paperwork for bonuses. Threatened everyone's jobs. Lied constantly. He was a horrible leader. They finally let him go but, they have not repaired the damage that was done to the employees.
Got a really good review but, I don't get a bonus or a raise because the boss that was a failure didn't submit paperwork and his replacement came on-board after the cut-off.
You are expected to work well over 40 hours in a given week. They have too many middle managers and not enough worker bees so that you can take your earned vacation.
Benefits decrease every year. They cut Holidays, Leave, and no raises all in 1 year. Now, they have given us horrible health insurance.
I like the location that I work in. Have met some awesome people.
Developer/Programmer (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – February 27, 2016
Depends a lot on what agency you are working with. You mostly work with the agency not much contact with DSFG unless you are in a position that requires it. DSFG is good though, decent salary, good benefits, great people, work-life balance is really good. Again, some of this depends on agency placement.
Beware of any job that DSFG posts for the Naval Shipyard. The contract is for technical and admin support. Contractors are treated like 2nd class citizens. DSFG management only cares about preserving the contract. Government workers are permitted to sabotage, harass, and slander Dell contractors with impunity. No one is held accountable for hostile work environment. Strongly discourage working for this organization.
Remote parking (half mile); no direct supervision of work tasks or personnel issues.
ACCOUNT SERVICE MANAGEMENT SENIOR ANALYST (Current Employee) – Lincoln, NE – January 27, 2016
Senior Analyst for Account Service Management. Hard work is recognized by your direct management but not much of anyone else. The account is more difficult than it should be, but that's a government entity for you.
Co-workers and direct management are awesome, Learning opportunities are easily found, Opportunities for advancement
Job security is almost non-existent, The client is the most difficult I've ever heard of
Network Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 2, 2015
Overall, working at Dell has been a good experience. However, I've learned there is little room for professional growth within this company. As well as, not to expect any kind of raise. The best part of my experience has been meeting other people with the same professional goals and creating a broader network of technical contacts.
Mngmt/Financial Analysis Senior Analyst (Current Employee) – Washington DC, Southeast – September 9, 2015
There are different groups who work on different contracts. Your overall experience will directly correlate to the management on your contract. As a whole, the company offers a lot of flexibility. The customer and most of the coworkers are very enjoyable if you forge your own relationships regardless of other people's experiences.
OTM is a multiyear program to integrate and deploy Oracle Transportation Management and ancillary software to support transportation planning, shipmen
Sr. SOA Developer (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 28, 2015
• Design and implemented Business Processes using Oracle BPEL PM and OSB. • Understanding the SRS, and designing the Technical Design document. • Integrated multiple systems using adapters such as File, FTP, DB, JMS and ORACLE APPS.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – August 25, 2015
If you like a call center atmosphere, this is a beginner job that will help you get your foot in the door. The hardest part of the job is the management team. They have a tendency to discriminate against certain employees which makes it hard on everyone. If it wasn't for that it could be a great place to work. The company needs a management change.
Computer Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 14, 2015
This is a great company to work for. The people are great and the job is always challenging and enjoyable. The only downside is the lack of advancement oppertunities and no possibility of raises. It's a great stepping stone towards a bright future career.