Subject Matter Expert, Consultant (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 27, 2017
Direct contributions to the readiness of new FBI agents in the numerous talents needed to be a successful counterintelligence officer. Intensive training for new agents in surveillance and interrogation techniques.
Immigration Court Interpreter (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 26, 2017
Stay away from this company. I invested 4 months completing all the requirements, including training and observations. Without any logical explanation, they suspended my credentials and did not let me proceed. Before you invest your valuable time, DON'T waste your time with this joke of a company. Look somewhere else where contractors are valued.
STERILE PROCESSING INSTRUMENT TECH II (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – May 24, 2017
I love working for sosi. This is a great company and the only company I have worked for that offers company paid health insurance to its employees. It is also very family orientated and work with employees needs. Over all a great company to work for.
Supervisor and Linguist for Government Agencies (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 1, 2017
Log-in to a work station, upload any and all information needed to be translated. Translate and transcribe all necessary information. Proofing, editing, and quality control of all completed translations and transcriptions.
Translator/Interpreter (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 26, 2017
Translations are the same with all the companies,qs well as the ongoing learning process at the level of slangs and dialects. The difference between one translation contracting companyfrom another is management and compensation and benefits..
Worker bee (Former Employee) – Reston – April 14, 2016
Avoid if you can continue to interview while your there. attrition is constant and never ending. No process or guidelines that resemble a professional company or effective process. Most new folks are still interviewing once they start.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Overseas – February 3, 2016
The poor rating in this review is specifically tied to a project I was a part of overseas, not SOSI corporate or SOSI in CONUS locations. Without going into details, there was not much management support to the few contractors deployed forward, and the job itselt had no upward mobility or stablity. Compensation was great but tied to danger pay due to location, rather than job performance or duties.
I have been working at International SOS full-time
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – January 10, 2016
I have been working for SOS International LLC for years and the company has provided me with an incredible amount of opportunity to work in a client driven environment focused on developing its staff to be the best they possibly can. Commitment to the mission and dedication to the work is the expectation from employees. An ideal place to develop your skills.
Linguist - Monitor - Translator - Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – New Jersey, North Carolina – July 20, 2015
I would go back there today if there were still around. You have to be selected and qualify to do the job. My immediate supervisor were very nice and very understanding, you can make up your own hours according to the working hours.
Helping military to put right type of people on base
Linguist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 14, 2015
• Performed general administrative support • Was present during interviews and served as a translator • Translated both written and spoken word • Interviewed and screened potential applicants and visitors • Moved to and from various bases throughout Afghanistan
Director (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – June 17, 2015
I can not recommend this company. While there are some wonderfully talented individuals who have worked at this company the senior leadership chruns through managers in every department and the turnover is very high with each manager lasting an average of 1 year. This is due to the ineffective top leadership. There is no trust established among the senior and departmental leadership and at the time of my employment the company had failed to establish an effective ethics program or transparency in their financials which is key to doing work in the government contracting space. As a former manager in this company, reviews were conducted for every overhead employee but no direct individuals. Once rated and reviewed the reviews went before a board of top management where the CEO often directed changes in the ratings (lowering them) for individuals under my supervision whom he had no day to day contact with. Both merit increases and promotions were predicated on these reviews and I found the process discriminating and ineffective as it became an evaluation of how well the senior management team (specifically the CEO) liked the individual or not and not a fair assessment of performance. I feel like this is the number one reason employees can not advance in this company or receive proper mentorship and development.
Before considering a position with this company it is advisable to talk to past as well as present employees before accepting a position and research their reputation in the industry by talking to teaming partners, former customers, etc. before making your decision.
Benefits package, non management employees are talented.
Corporate Culture, No advancement or professional development, High turnover to include the HR Director positon, poor financial managment