Don't go here- based upon other Reviews and low compensation/poor benefits
Reliability Engineer (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – June 1, 2016
They typically don't pay for Interviews, like when coming from out of state to Huntsville, AL. They changed the agreement to reimburse me for my per diem. They based it as if I was already a Govt. Contractor vs fully paying my per diem.
They don't negotiate pay or anything else?! Based upon research, and the nature and importance of this work, and Huntsville, AL being a known hub for talent ...pay was low. Work like this is inherently unstable, despite assurances from any company. So, the rate and benefits should typically be higher. If one can't offset the per diem (lodging, hotel rate) so you have a decent salary for yourself, then things would be hard.
Senior Logistics Specialist (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 28, 2015
This company is the worst place I have ever worked. It is the most prejudice organization I have ever been affiliated with, unethical isn't a strong enough word for it. The owners have a marriage of convenience, they do not care who they hurt or what they do to people. Stay Away at all costs. I wouldn't even recommend this place to people who are unemployed.
There is no one from LogiCore that sees what goes on....
Data Entry Operator (Current Employee) – Millington, TN – June 4, 2015
The job is not difficult at all, just entering data in systems. Learned a few processes, however you can only learn new things if the contracting manager & supervisors "allow" you to learn anything in which they pretty much base everything on a "favoritism" base instead of hard work. Many co-workers do not even do their job and are allowed to talk all day long instead of work. There are maybe a handful of employees that work hard and deserve recognition, but because we are not "pets" we are not recognized. Most difficult part about the job...dealing with a few co-workers that are childish. Most enjoyable...is the hours of operation.
A typical workday was like most...sign in, do work assigned to you, and do it as responsibly, correctly, and in a reasonable amount of time as possible. I learned that in all workplaces there are people that do not take the job as seriously as I do. It is a matter of respect to the company who hired me as well as to the moral fiber inside of me. I am there to work; therefore, I work. I worked with four others closely and there was an off-site team that we received our workload from. Concerning the four, three of us worked very well together whereas the fourth one had a hard time acclimating to our work place and job responsibilities.The most frustrating part of the job was that we could not get all the information we needed, not from our company, but from others responsible for supplying us the information. We needed the vital information in order to do our work at our optimal level. The most enjoyable part of the job was to be able to be trusted to do the work on my own as well as work with a team of people. I love to work independently, being trusted to do what is assigned to me. However, I enjoy working with a team as well. It is very rewarding to be able to work alone and together with others to successfully finish a project.
flexibility of job
the project i interviewed for was not the one assigned at start date.
A case study in what happens when an owner turns over all control to her husband, a life long Government employee.
Manager (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – April 19, 2014
For the second straight year raises were denied to all employees not blood related to the VP/COO. Annual performance reviews were conducted by Managers but the VP/COO refused to sign off on or return any of them. As a logistics company you have to wonder how the entire Corporate Headquarters was without email, internet and telephone for over three weeks. Not once were the employees told anything about the outage. Employees were expected to use their personal cell phones to conduct company business. No compensation was received for the use of personal phones. Additionally, Corporate HQ went over three weeks without janitorial services. Bathrooms were left unclean and trash left to build up. I guess the logistics begind planning a move and hiring a cleaning servie is beyond the capabilities of senior management.
if you turn in a two week notice you are immediately terminated.
the vp/coo keeps critical informatioor, and/or outright lies, to the owner.
Data entry operator (Former Employee) – Millington, TN – October 28, 2013
Management watches over you all day and talk bad about you! Dead end job with no promotions!! Can't talk can't be a min late ! Management have their favorites and they don't do any work!!! High turnovers nobody last longer then 4 months!! Don't work there it's horrible!!!
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – Millington Tn / Huntsville Al – October 1, 2013
I can in at 7:00am sign in for work, go to station turn on the computer to start to work. I learn how to file records to research and to memorize 100's of numbers. My co-workers were fun to work with and to get along with I never had a problem with no one. There really was not a hard part of the job. Coming to work .
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 3, 2012
No job security; very high number of people leaving and random firings. Poor direction from executive management; rules keep changing constantly. Executive management does not listen to the experts it hires and then fires the experts when things turn out badly. Very high-stress environment because of constant turmoil and turnover.
bad executive management; no true leadership; bad core values