PC Support Lead (Former Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – March 17, 2017
I was hired as a Support Tech Lead for the hospital for Nellis Air Force Base. In the short time I was employed, we completed mostly PC migration and imaging projects for several models of PCs and laptops throughout multiple departments. My coworkers were politically polarized and we would get into several debates but we mostly agreed on social issues. We always dropped everything to help each other and keep each other informed on changes. There was a kind of separation between the contractors and active duty personnel, but we tried as best as possible to work together to complete projects
Ridiculous freedom to complete projects, Cheap Breakfast (Full course for $3 or less), Majority of clients were friendly/helpful, Technology hardware was plentiful
Poor communication of changes, Slow to act on serious matters, Bureaucratic, Difficult to find resources, Must constantly perform security practices
Sr. Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 6, 2014
I enjoy working for Link. The staff is fair and understanding. I appreciate how the communication and support from the lowest person on the chain to the CEO. I cant thank them enough for what they have done for me.
Open Door policy and mean it.
Just wish I could get paid more but compensation is fair.
Compliance Analyst (Former Employee) – Las Vegas NV – November 25, 2013
Working for Link provided me an opportunity into the corporate word of gaming. I provided on-boarding to new employees which included attaining gaming licenses. My Excel skills were improved upon and used daily. My co-workers we easy to get along with, a true team atmosphere. I was sad when my contract ended with MGMRI but look forward to more career opportunities.
Contractors were treated differently then actual employees
Inside Sales representative, or Broker (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – October 7, 2013
Management and co-workers were all very friendly and personable truly enjoyed working with them. I learned allot about sales, and definitely improved my skills. I loved the incentives and encouragement. The hardest part was one bad day, you would be on probation, and two bad days you would be dismissed. This stress can affect a person that is new to sales ability to sell. Especially if they are having abnormal difficulties such as finalizing a divorce, a newborn, and moving all at the same time. Overall this is a good company, and nice place to work.
45 minute lunch, good pay, in good local for different lunch options, and great people.
Mechanical engineer (Current Employee) – South Carolina – February 16, 2013
This is a company who supports it's contractors and employees. The recruiter was thorough and knowledgable and the account manager helpful in my move. I have worked for them for over a year and all expenses were paid promptly. All paychecks were prompt and accurate. I have had bad experiences with pay elsewhere. I hope to continue to work for them for many years. Management was also very accessible and open to helping. They seem to care about their workers.
great support, helpful in relocation, good benefits, prompt payment
benefits are expensive (but then they all are now)
Even if you're desparate for a job avoid this place like the plague!
Human Resources Coordinator/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 19, 2012
This is a staffing/consulting company. The company is divided into internal and external employee's. Being an internal employee is the worst but an external consultant is not much worse. You will be treated like garbage and the upper management is usually the culprit. The benefits are terrible and extremely expensive unless your executive level or a lead to a new client. Policies are almost never adhered to and nepotism is rampant. DO NOT work for this company. If I could vote no stars I would.
you'll realize how not crazy you are, you'll appreciate your last job no matter how bad it was compared to this company.
On Site Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 21, 2012
This was a temp-job that involved ensuring the deployment of the Wells Fargo system software installed successfully and was error-free at various Wachovia branches in the Metro-Richmond area.
I learned a lot regarding Information Systems Security and protocol during this time. I was responsible for running security checks, verifying employee log-in's worked, comforting overwhelmed employees during the deployment and being on stand-by in case of a systems failure.
Sr Infrastructure Project/Program Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 23, 2012
Strategic Planning ~ Business Development ~ IT Infrastructure Deployment
Results driven Information Technology Manager with over sixteen years experience in the strategic management and successful delivery of large scale, multi-million dollar internal and client facing programs.
Ability to create realistic project schedules and budgets, resolve critical path issues, set expectations, manage risks and deliver results consistently on time and within budget.
An excellent communicator and strong negotiator, capable of influencing at all levels of management, experienced in business process analysis and problem solving methodologies with ability to create accurate user requirements and design, develop, deploy and maintain critical technology infrastructure.