Territory Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Sauk Village, IL – January 26, 2016
The environment is great and the employees are great, except the advancement and compensation is a little underwhelming. I have learned a ton, and continue to learn everyday with great people that create a relaxed and professional career. It is not that I don't like working for them, it is just I feel I have hit my ceiling with where I can advance to and have a family to support.
Property Management Analyst (Former Employee) – Deer Valley, AZ – March 28, 2016
Please refer to my resume for accurate dates of employment. Of the roughly 15 employees half were temporary staff due to the fact that many permanent employees had abruply left the company. Apparently, prior to my arrival, many employees felt the personal and professional differences between members of the management team made day to day operations too difficult to overcome. This high rate of turnover left new employees, like myself, left without proper training and internal support to suceed.
Very limited commuication. The company discontinued weekly meetings due to their combative nature.
it is excited to work with estimating tools such as on screen take off.
General Construction Estimator (Current Employee) – Ventura, CA – March 7, 2016
A typical day at Sigma Services was excited, i had to work on my bidding projects and get to attend job walks to get familiar with the projects existing conditions. All the estimating team was always available during the pre and post bid. The hardest part of the job is to get the subs to give you an edge during the bid day.
Loved working for the company. Learned something new each day. We all treated each other as family. Hardest part of job was collecting money for claims issued. The most enjoyable part was seeing my friends each day
Management could not come to terms with each other and the penalty was taking out on the workers.
Evaluation Technician (Current Employee) – Medina, NY – August 6, 2014
The over all environment was negative. The people on the lines were capable to get a long quite well as well as the management for the most part. Management from different departments had trouble getting along with each other. There was a clear line drawn where management that didn't work on the equipment would tell you how to complete the task even though the people that worked on them noticed a problem. Communication was also a huge problem.
Trainer (Former Employee) – Medina, NY – January 16, 2014
A typical day at Sigma is in a factory setting of me training new hires how to inspect IV Pumps. I learned that I enjoyed the feeling of knowing I helped ensure the pumps were repaired properly but I also learned that I do not like factory work for a career. Management there was very cold and heartless quite often once management switched hands. My co-workers were all very nice and cared about their work. The hardest part of that job was making sure I trained everyone properly with confidence. The most enjoyable part of my job was the confidence and pride it gave me.
close to home, pretty good schedule
low pay, not the best management and being forced to rush with highly important life saving products
Was once a great place to work. This is no longer the case.
IT supervisor (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 8, 2012
This was a very positive work environment where you did not have to be afraid to ask questions, ideas were welcome, and a clear path for career growth was provided. Today the company has a CEO and CIO who believe the best way to increase profits is to outsource work because they lack the vision and courage to achieve growth any other way. The company leadership has become penny-wise and pound foolish.
they do offer good pay.
the it department is being outsourced to india gradually.
Drafter/Special Effects Designer (Former Employee) – Plant City, FL – July 18, 2012
At Sigma a typical day would consist of repairing or constructing special effect equipment such as confetti, fog, or fire equipment to be sold or rented by theme parks like Universal Studios and Disney, concerts and some were used in the making of movies. When I wasn't working in the shop on special effect equipment I was working with the lead engineer to assist in the design of special effect equipment for clients using the programs of AutoCad and Inventor, both CAD software.