CLAIMS CUSTOMER TIER II SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Riverview, FL – April 28, 2016
I worked with GDIT for 5 years in the healthcare department. I have heard many great things about GDIT overall but this division is not like the rest of the company. Good benefits but you may have a hard time advancing. They don't treat their performers well so if you work hard or do the bare minimum you will get the same feedback.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 26, 2016
My experience at General Dynamics was good, although certain things were pretty alarming e.g. The center had bed bugs, twice, but insisted on letting us work despite the situation. Overall, I liked my job because I gained free health insurance, the pay was decent, and most importantly, I was actually helping senior citizens.
Rigger (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 25, 2016
Very unprofessional bosses and HR are very uninformed about employee rights and regulations. Unfortunately you are just another "worker" who's replaceable. You are always be expected to work overtime or be at work regardless of what personal matters you are dealing with outside of work.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – April 24, 2016
GDI is a fast paced call center that handles higher education financial aid. I took calls from all over the country by potential students and their families. I was able to guide them through the multiple guidelines and information for student aid. I enjoyed helping people meet their career goals.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – April 21, 2016
At General Dynamics you are trained to take inbound calls and register people into health insurance. GDIT is a great place to get call center experience I've never had any problems with the company the only thing I would suggest is that they train the floor supervisors and keep them updated on material because most of them aren't on the phone much so they can't really answer any questions in regards to a call or concern.
Systems Engineer/Configuration Specialist (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – April 20, 2016
Worked for General Dynamics for 1 year. In my time there, i thoroughly enjoyed both management and my co workers. Training was given as needed and management trusted in you to do the right thing, but never minded a question.
Customer Service Representatives (Former Employee) – Coralville, IA – April 20, 2016
General Dynamics was a calm and cool place to work. It was a nice and friendly environment. I loved it there and learned so much. everyone was very helpful especially the supervisors. it was like one big family. and also they gave great benefits
Mechanical Outfitting Assistant Superintendent (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 11, 2016
very busy, something new to learn every day, fair management, deal with different employee cultures every day,very difficult to work with different management styles; love to work people in the production site.
Just got layoff after 1.25 yrs, layoff before my existance and after
Principal Mechanical/Structural Analyst Engineer (Former Employee) – Healdsburg, CA – April 9, 2016
Hire any people from anywhere right away, after usage, get rid off them, not get reward of project. Younger engineer does not listen to authority, no discipline, no experience. Promise customer randomly. no empowerment, purely satisfy customer request, people flow out fast, no organized engineering process and knowledge. Leadership is poor. Product is not very nice, use inaccurate dummy FEA software and poor engineering, don't understand engineering, don't want change. Poor manufacturing, poor engineering, basically, it is a mess.
Production Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 5, 2016
Working as an analyst I enjoy review of statistics and metrics, as well as processing process initiative improvements, giving briefs on area site implementation groups as well as supporting all trades within Repair departmentally and Repair as a whole organizationally.