System Engineer (Current Employee) – Nashville, US – May 18, 2017
A challenging customer facing role in which we need to build up the trust and accomplish the customer demand.Plenty of learning opportunity to face multiple client requirements and develop analytical skills.tough customers are the most challenging part but it helps to grow up in a better level.We worked as a team to make every minute enjoyable.
Pros: na Cons: na One of the best companies I have worked for. Gave a good learning. Good managers Good environment Great Company. Everyday seemed like the best day at work Learned new products and sales management is great Culture is awesome hardest part is - less tenure Enjoyable - the hardwork I put in and the respect I earned!
Got opportunity to learn many things, Job rotation, multiple projects, program lead for critical projects, nice experience working with global teams, enjoyed working in agile mode, employee benefits, Team off-sites, CIO rallies, social service and many more...
During Internship (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 21, 2017
Helped resolve any issues with the company's computers in a time manger for employees can continue working without any problems. The job included repairing desktops, laptops, monitors, and painters that the company has.
You could not know computers and work their tech support
Service Desk Specialist (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – November 3, 2016
They have an awful infrastructure that doesn't support the number of employees in a building. All of it is outdated. You're managed and supervised by non-techs. You're payed less to do more than the average help desk job. I've trained people with no experience in computers to support enterprise level clients. You're fixing other companies problems when your computer and network are currently having worse issues. expect working overnight, weekends, holidays, and expect getting a talking to if you ever need to take a monday off.
Associate Developer in Dot Net (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh – October 14, 2016
I overall like the culture and the importance held on overall life-work balance. This is a work hard, play hard culture. My co-workers were great and overall were very team oriented. Senior management changes were significant and the culture is rapidly changing as it is spun out of Dell at this time.
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.