Great place to work as long as you are up for the challenge.
Production Specialist (Current Employee) – Killeen, TX – February 29, 2016
My job is very secure because I work with big monies being transfer to different banks and the Federal Government and processing payroll so my job is very demanding in every area working on computers and servers, tape drives, atm's, imaging, graphs. Everyday a busy day at work.
I learned how to be a Production Specialist learned how to work on Acquire. Management is workable. my co-workers are great good people to work with. steading focus. we all are team players.
Performing Administrative Activities (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 14, 2015
I enjoyed working at this company! it taught me a lot and I learned from it!! I learned how to be apart the team and help customers in different ways! I was able to further my experience in the call center field!
Employee (Former Employee) – Tampa FL – August 14, 2014
What a mess, constant screaming between senior managers. President loves to holler and threaten employees with being fired. No team work just individual doing their own thing. No direction, no leadership, poor financial management, a different, "Good old Boys club", except the company is actually run by a sales person. She is an acquired taste. Not a good place to work. Everyone is a favorite depending on what management needs. No professionalism what so ever. No HR department, bars in almost every office, that open at 3 PM. Great place to work if you like guns, most employees bring their own to work and leave them in their desk or on top. Company takes no pride in their work. Networks are disgraceful, abandoned cables and equipment from years of upgrades, left in place, so unorganized, no documentation, no contact with client unless client calls to complain.
Free coffee until 11:00 am
extremely poor management, no room for growth, constantly challenged to compromise, favoritism, no chain of command, letting non-managerial employees influence company performance, extremely negative and hostile environment, must enjoy degradation, insults, personal attacks
A typical day at work can be productive especially when everyone works as a team.
Painter/Certified Boom Operator (Former Employee) – Lynbrook, NY – June 17, 2014
A typical day at work entails arriving at 7 am sharp. Begin applying primer to sheet rock walls. Cleaning out brushes, and applying a finish coat to the primed walls. I learned to make the job easiest is to roll out primer with a roller with 1/2" nap roller and to cut in the wall near the ceiling with a latex brush or bristle brush.
Management would check to see if job is going smoothly and correctly. All co-workers would work together as team to cut out the walls with the brush and roll the walls out.
The most difficult part is reaching high ceilings with extension latter 12 - 24 feet.
The most enjoyable part of the job is to complete the job in the most efficient and correct way as possible.
IT Consultant (Current Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – December 3, 2013
FCS Software Solutions, Ltd. is an Indian company headquartered in New Delhi, India with US operations based out of a small office in San Jose, CA. They operate other business ventures out of that location as well. FCS is in the middle of a two year contract with Axalta Coating Systems, LLC. in Glen Mills, PA. (Axalta is the former DuPont paint business purchased by the Carlyle Hedge Fund of Toronto, Canada.) FCS was chosen as the IT vendor as they were the lowest bidder and Axalta's CIO sits on FCS's Board of Directors.
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Typically hires off of applicant stated qualifications, no due diligence or documentation, no job security, history of binding employees, contractors, clients, vendors w/contracts they have no intentions of honoring, complaints pending in various locations with state labor departments, history of walkouts in many locations due to non payment, frequently letting people go on short/no notice