job hunter (Former Employee) – MO – February 16, 2015
Thinking I responded to 3am emails too slow, I would be asked to call them to discuss items... via email. Would take 3+ times of clearly worded messages for them to sink in. And of course it's always my fault. Avoid like the plague.
Contract Driver/Chauffeur (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – May 24, 2013
The only drawback to the position that i held with this firm was that it was at the end of the contract time and during my employment with this firm I found both the company president and the company vice president as both very nice and very involved withthe day to day operatios of their business and came to liking both as close friends.
One could not find a better company to work for as both of these gentlemen were very active and were also very outgoing professionally!!!
Both were very involved
The contract end came to quickly at NO fault to GeoLogics Corporation
General Clerk III (Former Employee) – Keyport, WA – June 1, 2012
I enjoyed working for Geologics except for their travel policy. The job I was doing was supposed to require lots of travel and Geologics requires you to pay upfront with your own credit card, if you don't have one, tough luck. Also, you couldn't submit separate travel compensation requests. Say you booked your flight 2 weeks before the trip (on your own card), you couldn't submit your receipt until after you got back from the trip and you could submit your hotel, rental car, flight and food expenses together. For a young employee without ever having a card before, it is difficult to get a high enough limit to cover all those expenses at once especially for a 1 or 2 week long trip across the country. Then there is the possibility that you won't get compensated for that trip before you start having to book your next one and pay for airfare. Needless to say, I was thanking my lucky stars that I didn't end up having to travel. That would be my only complaint about working for Geologics though. Everything else I did working for them was pretty easy and fun work. They just need to handle their traveling employees differently. If they are going to end up paying for it in the end anyway, why can't they have a person who books travel directly for the employees that way all the employees would need reimbursement for is food? That seems like it makes a lot more sense to me.