Caring owner and management; skilled and experience staff
Records Manager/(FOIA) Analyst (Former Employee) – Centreville, VA 20120 – November 7, 2017
The work was at a level commensurate with my experience. The management was caring and competent. Very flexible hours. Salary was what I asked for. The hardest part of the job was working at the client site. It was undergoing a workplace transformation project where you were not assigned a desk, workstation, or other equipment. You work at any available station and telework was not available to contractors. I enjoyed the open and responsive interaction with management -- onsite and at Headquarters. Very supportive of staff.
General Clerk II (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 4, 2018
I would not recommend this job to anyone. This place is stressful so much favoritism, nepotism. Your working your butt off for a little bit of pay. The management has no clue what there doing, your asking for help but do you receive it of course not.
General Clerk II (Current Employee) – Washington City, DC – January 2, 2018
i would have a hard time recommending a job with dextera to anyone I know looking for employment. In fact I have turned several people away because I don't want people I know to get caught up in the unfair work environment that includes a culture of favoritism and nepotism to a degree that I've never seen in a working environment. Decisions made by management are often hastily made at the last minute despite management being aware of a situation for weeks or even months sometimes. There is a lack of support from corporate whenever anyone not in management has an issue with said management. raises are nonexistent despite doing some of the most physically taxing work in the office. the pay scale has not followed in accordance with the ever increasing amount of work. The hardest part of this job is waking up every morning knowing that I have to spend the next 9 hours in this office and the most enjoyable part will be when I finally get to leave. Working here has put an incredible strain on my mental health causing long bouts of depression
Clerk (Current Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – July 20, 2017
Do not work here unless you really need a job. The contract has no raises. Management is weak and enjoys stirring the pot. Not a good atmosphere to work in. There is drama here and nothing ever changes. You could literally sit at your desk all day watch movies on your phone and do nothing. So if you are a hard worker please dont come here.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 20, 2017
Dextera is a family basic company and excellent Human Resource Department. The CEO former and present are beautiful people. I work on a government contract and It was a great job. The most enjoyable was being able to assist people with getting there documents they requested. The hardest part of the job will be leaving the office.
Quality Assurance Manager (Current Employee) – Centreville, VA – April 12, 2017
Not a bad place to work. Micromanagement is not an issue and was given free discretion regarding staffing issues.HR does not support the supervisors what so ever when needed. Once the contract nears an end the staff is forgotten about. I
Quality Assurance Specialist (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – February 21, 2017
The position was not over all the worst employment, ethically the job was way more stressful then necessary. No help from corporate in dealing with other difficult vendors on location. Forced to compromise job description to fit desired mold on data reporting to various higher-ups. Made to ignore most errors seen and proven. Reprimanded when non-compliant. Wages too little to afford family healthcare and too much to access state help. extremely difficult to contact corporate due to many working from home and numerous vacations. The quarterly luncheons were nice, but would have preferred that extra money in my pay.
Good work tools, Hour lunch, Holidays
Healthcare, Corporate help/resources, Pay, Combative environment, Moral
This company has no idea what they are doing. They hire and fire people like it is a joke...like people have no lives to live and bills to pay. They don't look at what staff they need. They just hire what they think they will need and then if they don't need the person, will fire them shortly after. No training is provided and no guidance.