Relaxed but professional project management educational service
Production Intern (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – June 13, 2015
Close-knit production team, receptive to ideas and employee feedback, promote self-training through free project management classes and other educational services like Lynda.com, demanding but not overwhelming work flow
Management doesn't listen, great place if you like High School
Training Center Coordinator (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 3, 2014
Nothing about this company makes me want to rave about it to friends. Very cliquey, management does not listen to it's employees, and any suggestion to improve a process is always shot down. The only good thing about ESI is you're not going to get home with a burden of work on your shoulders; you work at work and that's it. There isn't an expectation to go above and beyond outside of your 9-5 slot; good or bad.
Training Manager (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – September 23, 2013
Maintained day to day logistics for more than 18 training classes per week. Supported all training classes in the central region of the United States while providing instructor support, and facility information. Accurately produced course material requests, while responding to client, student, and instructor inquiries. Scheduled make up session and exams as needed, and produced course completion and Master’s Certificates upon request. Collaborated with other internal departments to meet clients needs while assisting other training manager as needed.
Not a very good company to work for. The turnover rate is high because no one is happy to work for ESI
Contractor (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 29, 2014
Save your trouble and don't even bother applying to work for ESI. Lay offs happen all the time and the turnover rate is high. The management team is so conservative and old school. The company is not innovative at all.
pay is low and compensation is not really the best.