Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 8, 2017
This was my first job out of university. After a 2 week basic training, I was given many tasks at which I had to teach myself. In doing so, I was able to better understand what my role was and how to do my job effectively. After 4 months with the company, I was scheduled to travel across the country attending conferences, presenting in front of clients, and maintaining client relations. I absolutely enjoyed this job and would have continued, except for the fact that the CEO was planning to send me to Hydrabad, India to set up a satellite location, which was a 6-month project, by which he gave me an ultimatum to go or be fired, thus my departure.
Alarm Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – January 4, 2016
Typical day at work...busy What I've learned...more patience Management...Encouraging Co-workers...pleasant Hardest part of the job...Overwelming at first...learning to keep calm. Most enjoyable part of this job...being recognized for your hard work, and dedication.
Good pay raises, and awards given often.
The shift times, and consistantly need of working over night hours.
I had a about as much fun as one could have on a night shift job for a security company. I am the furthest thing from a liar and won't pretend I smile before work, glad it's today. But I realize it's a necessary component of life and depending on who was there I HAD SOOOOO MUCH FUN. Other times people made my job bland, boring, unfair, and knew my nice hard working attitude would lead me to compensate for their work. I want the job done, even if that means doing both of ours. I had a good supervisor, though he took offensives tones with me and wasn't always professional. I ignored his rudeness, life is hard! Im just glad I had the chance to work for this company....they brought me a life experience worthy of story time. Crazy moments, insane suspenseful scenes of my life I wouldn't trade for anything. I had a hard working boss to the naked eye, and glad I had people in my corner working hard to see my job isn't as bad. Night is when people are the most gloomy and moody.
Company car, good supervisor
Horrible hours, no raise after 90 days, making less money than everyone else in the company, last minute call-ins, taking blame for other officers(didnt so much mind), only two shirts to wear on a 4/7 work week.
Sai was good, but working for Dell as a contractor was not good
Inside Project Manager (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – October 14, 2015
I was a contractor at Dell for a brief period. The permanent staff came across as entitled and wasn't very supportive of the contracting staff. I appreciate the work and experience, but I wouldn't work for Dell in the future.
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – IL – July 8, 2015
SAI inc is not a bad place if you work in the right department. A lot of the long time employees have a certain loyalty to one another they do not readily extend to new comers. If you work with most anybody else there, it's a different story. And the higher ups in management only seem to pursue what they want instead of what the employees want.
Director of Business Development (Former Employee) – MD – May 14, 2015
I really enjoyed the Management team. The company is really focused in the security field, which is not my niche.The people are very focused. If you want structure this company is for you.. I Enjoy freedom..
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – February 5, 2015
Integrity Interactive had such a lead on the other providers of ethics and compliance training and advisory services. The SAI acquisition was a lottery winning for the founders but SAI has not a clue with what they are doing. The Compliance360 acquisition has resulted in some of the most mystifying strategic decisions I've ever seen in my career. They were all very excited about a possible $1B sale to private equity, so they got rid of the consultants, advisory services, the president of the learning company and several of the thought leaders at the company. The sale never happened and they now lack any competitive differentiators at all. I'll be surprised if they don't shutter the entire enterprise by Christmas next year.
Fugitive field monitor (Former Employee) – Deer Park, TX – December 2, 2014
Start work at 5 am get our assignments head out to the plant to monitor towers to ensure they was not leaking emissions into the environment some of these towers was at least four hundred fifty feet high and was swaying from side to side. I met a couple of guys that was friends and management treat me well cause I was a go getter so I had to take the slack of others
Marketing Program Manager (Current Employee) – Plainsboro, NJ – April 9, 2014
The services and solutions provided by SAI Global are interesting, important and industry-leading. The environment is one that appreciates a job well done. There is a level of independence and free structure that enables creativity and free thinking, while simultaneously monitoring and recognizing potential and shepherding advancement.
Work/Life balance and ample pay.
Cultural disconnect, communication issues, low on bandwidth (manpower, resources)