Technical Consultant (Former Employee) – Wayne, PA – May 11, 2017
They have started a new practice getting into ServiceNow as a partner doing deployments.
Right now, leadership doesn't know how to write a clear SOW detailing what the customer wants. Which is under bid on hours to get the work done. Then the consultants try to piece things together and are looking at 200hrs of work but the SOW has for half of that. You can’t go back to the well to ask for more.
Insource will overbook your allocation hours. If your less than 70% allocated your underperforming or will find more work for you to pile on. At any given time, you may have 6-8 projects to juggle. Work life balance there is none. This must be an east coast thing as they are ok with you working on the weekends and evenings as normal hours. What happened to you leave your work at the office don’t take it home. You will work at least 12-14hr days but you can only bill the client for 8hr of those.
When you do ask for help everyone is way too busy to help you so you fend for yourself to get done which will always burn more hours. If you have any new ideas to streamline the process or make changes. The embedded team will buck on that and tell you what they have works great. However, it does not. New team members hate the current process. Even some older team members that been there for years hate it and go with a process that works for them.
Process consultants, Sr Technical Consultants go onsite to gather requirements. It takes forever for these to get to the technical consultants to start the work because they are swamped with 8-10 projects too.more... So, by the time you get the work to start the build you have hours against you. So, you're already behind on what you need to do. Then trying to figure out what the Requirements are is a joke No consistency anywhere here!!! Everyone has their own way gathering requirements and management doesn't care. As long as we keep rolling in the cash. Typical CEO's these days. Turn and burn is the game here
If you're looking for advancement and opportunity. If your just out of College and don’t have a life. This is a good place for you. If you have a life and family look elsewhere.
Pay is average for what you work. If your allocated at 100% plus your salary should be above 100k. However, you won't see that here.less
Fast paced, Always changing Chaos at its best
No work life balance, If you want off forget it you wont be happy as your work is your own and no one covers for you.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – June 12, 2017
i would not work here unless you like stay in at one position without possibility of promotion then go for it or no hours,the managers and leads just chill in the office all day eating donuts or whatever snacks are there
Pick/Pack (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – April 20, 2017
This company is currently being investigated and needs to be shut down immediately. The supervisor constantly disrespect workers by screaming at them, good workers are taken advantage of and worked to death. If you report them or say anything they retaliate by forcing you to quit. They also do not pay people overtime hours worked...in fact are stealing money from employees.
Computer technician/Contractor (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – April 13, 2017
I liked this job. The pay was good, the places we worked were nice, the client's workers were very pleasant, and most of our parking was free or paid for. I was a bit disappointed when we had completed the contract.
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Statesville, NC – February 27, 2017
temporary solution ONLY. paid weekly, however working conditions can be dusty. I was taken off a truck when I started working at a higher rate than other employees and was made to sweep the building alone.
This is a good company to work for to get some experience. Unfortunately, there is not a lot of room for advancement, as the Nashville location is a small branch. The corporate office is in Charlotte, NC, if you're willing to relocate you would have more opportunities for advancement.
Great Temp service that finds you great places to work
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – November 5, 2016
A great staff of recruiters that find you great employment opportunities that have great schedules and hours that suit your specific concerns and needs, their are a lot great chances for advancement depending on work performance.
Feeder/Packer (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 22, 2016
If I am feeding I am responsible for feeding up to six packers, hopefully not allowing the packers line go empty as to not to slow the packer down. Throughout the day I am also responsible for providing cases of empty boxes for the packers, provide pallets along with carts full of freight. At the end of the day I am to clean my areas, help gather trash, make sure to fill all areas with cases of empty boxes for the next shift coming in. Finally making sure that all the lines are properly full of opened freight boxes for the next shift coming in. If I am packing, I am responsible for scanning freight boxes, seeing what store gets freight and what amount and placing the freight into the proper store quickly and efficiently. When a store box is ready to close, tape up the box, scan it to close the box, and send it down the line to be shipped. I am expected to have 80% or better, of the expected number count at the end of the day. At the end of the day I am expected to refill my area with cases of empty boxes, make sure there is enough store labels, rolls of tape and sweep my area for the next shift coming in. It is hard to keep up no matter what job I am expected to do for the day. I enjoy getting to know my co-workers, and our leads, and supervisor are kind and easy to talk to.