EA to RDML, Surface Warfare, U.S. Navy, Pentagon (Former Employee) – Pentagon, Arlington, VA – August 19, 2013
Although this was a one-year contracted position, it was outstanding. I learned a great deal about the operations and overall Naval operations. It was fascinating directly supporting a one star and indirectly supporting a two star Admiral. We were a very tight knit office and worked well as a team to meet the needs of the Admirals. It was a wonderful experience.
Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 13, 2017
This is the worst company to work for. You try to work harder than you need to and no appreciation of any. You get constantly written up, even for small mistakes. The attitudes of other employees are pretty sour; close-minded, unhappy, stuck-up, arrogant and cold-feeling. You are told what you can and cannot do on your break. I hope you get plenty of rest or you don't have a life. You cannot even take a nap on your lunch break. You can get in trouble for sleeping on the job, even if you are taking a break. You got to do the highest elite level of hard work to earn your .10-.15 cent raise (this is NOT a typo). If you are looking for a long-term career, this is NOT the company to work for. All they want to do is overwork you and underpay you and underappreciate you. If you are looking to work short-term that's fine. But do not make this company your life-term career. It is not worth losing your happiness and your sanity with this crooked and promise-breaking and penny-pinching company. Steer clear and move on!
Able to take time off with much advanced notice.
Insulting raises, no advancement, always getting in trouble for no reason, LIES
Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Broomfield, CO – January 12, 2017
At DTI I would short and deliver mail to +3000 people. I would also print out what we would call print jobs for everyone in the buildings. Working here i have learned to print large jobs upkeep the office go through about 1000 pieces of mail in a timely manner, I get along with my co- workers well! the most enjoyable part of my job is the schedule it provoides and the people i work with!
Managing Director of Operations (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 13, 2016
Overall loved everything about my job and the environment. I was laid off due to an acquisition and felt it was unfair as no one ever asked me what I could bring to DTI and what accomplishments I had already completed.
Legal Services Specialist (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 5, 2016
No room for advancement and vacations had to be scheduled when it was convenient for the company. Raises are a joke. It's a contract job, I wasn't told that when I got hired. The job itself is easy and the client is nice to work for.
Free lunch on Fridays from the client, Christmas bonus
Legal Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – November 3, 2016
I found that working for DTI was one of the worst places I ever worked for. They never took into account the employees had a life outside of DTI. Changed our schedule constantly. The yearly raises were and insult as I received a 15 cent raise after my first year and a half of working for the company. I would never recommend this company to anyone to work for.
Office Service Specialist at Dechert, LLP (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 26, 2016
This is a great job for anyone who wants to go back to school. You can create your own schedule to fit your life. You can work day and overnight shifts, but it can be difficult when working an overnight and then school/work in the morning with only four hours of sleep. This can then affect your sleep schedule for the rest of the week, if you cannot adapt.
Client facing, fast paced, productive and service oriented environment
Sr. Site Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 22, 2016
Global Leader of Legal Process OutSourcing, (LPO) providing eDiscovery, Management Services, Litigation Support and Court Reporting. Great environment, service driven, team oriented, resourceful, respectful and opportunistic company.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 21, 2016
Management has allowed one employee to run off three employees with her incredibly toxic attitude. Pay is not compatible with the amount of work you do. Third in line indicated what he made 20 years ago, however, some of the employees in that meeting weren't even making what he made 20 years ago. Not a good place to work.
Setting and meeting deadlines within the production department
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Suwanee, GA – September 20, 2016
My experience at DIT was challenging. I accepted the position knowing that it wasn't going to be easy, but it was a challenge that I eagerly embraced. Production was low and the turn over of the staff was high. Having to work with a few local temp agencies, I was able to request the kind of workers that were best qualified. I held weekly meetings at the beginning of each work week, outlining the goals for that week. My management style is hands on. By observing their overall work performance and most importantly, the improvement in their productions I was able to create a team that would help achieve the deadlines which I would set. They often exceeded my deadline.
whipping post (Former Employee) – TX – July 13, 2016
This is the most unprofessional company I have ever been employed for in 35 years. TX withholds information from Atlanta and Atlanta from TX. Their computer system needs upgraded. I have had many people say how rude the office staff is.
Not one darn thing. They are a joke and not a funny one.
Not a great move if you are looking to get out of outsourcing eventually.
Site Specialist (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 11, 2016
If I could rate lower than a 1, I would have. This company is not a great one to work for. It's a gang type of employer where complaints fall on deaf ears and there is constant hiring of unqualified individuals that leave qualified employees frustrated. A typical day was met with a flood of emails from internal clients with no communication between staff about who was taking care of which assignment. The hardest part was surely working with unqualified individuals because you would have to redo their work and complete yours. There was not enjoyment. Being part of an outsourced company limits the amount of say you have about things that are being done. It's not until something really bad happens that will affect the business that anyone listens or cares about your opinion. So glad I left.
Ability to transfer nationally and internationally.
low pay, little to no room for advancement unless you're willing to kiss butt, poor management team and very unorganized.
Site Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 28, 2016
Staff should be compensated more for the excellent work they provide. The job is fast paced at times but if you have the right work processes in place it is an easy job. The key to success is to build great working relationships with key contacts and clientele.