Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – February 6, 2016
Answered phones in a tiny little office with 5 other people that were loud, crude and generally horrible people. the management style sucks. the owners are awful and the GM is a moron. they are con artists. I was never paid my final delivery bonus nor any benefits. the hours suck for people with children or families. if they didn't like you, they would find a way to get rid of you. $8 an hour is not enough to deal with drama and backstabbing. They are complete sleaze balls that take advantage of people in credit situations and ask for a down payment no matter what or a co-signer. DO NOT WORK OR BUY FROM THEM!
Director of Office Services & Facilities (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 4, 2016
Having worked at TASC for nearly 10 years, I have a strong affinity for the mission and people at the agency. TASC is an inspiring agency filled with people who work hard to make the best possible for our community through intensive case management and legislative recommendations at the local and national level.
This was a Great Company in early 2000, but not now
Senior Scientist and Tech Fellow (Former Employee) – Chantilly VA – October 21, 2015
Since the sale of Litton Industries to Northrop Grumman(NG), Litton TASC (then TASC) started a downhill slide because NG did not understand a non-production corporation. With the sale of TASC by NG to its current owners, the downhill slide has excellerated, because the new owners want more profit and less overhead. This resulted in removal of all Sr. VPs and replacement of VPs with outsiders to encourage reduction of all overhead. Now with the merger with ENGLITY Inc., TASC has about 5 years to survive, as they loose more contracts then they can hold on to.
Drug Court Case Manager (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – October 20, 2015
Working with the clients was great, but the employer was more of a criminal then the people in the program. If you choose to work here, you need to closely monitor your paycheck, time off, and the yearly cons with pay raises. If the state has a budget crisis, be prepared to be lose your job.
TASC has been a wonderful place to work. TASC has a superior upper management that enables employees the opportunities to work at various Government facilities and participate in projects of great national importance. Simply put, Tasc is a great place to work for both the new graduates, for mid-career engineers or as members of its senior staff.
Great opportunities for both management staff and engineering staff employees.
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – July 21, 2015
Decent people to work with and supportive management. Enjoyed working with a variety of people from different companies. Hard to balance home life with work life. Tried to work part-time, but part-time hours starting growing into full-time hours.
The company was brought into Northrup-Grummon while I was there. Did not like the change in personal time and other modifications to my benefits.
Case Manager I (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 12, 2015
Going out to see clients that had recently been released from prison to offer resources that would assist in them getting their lives back on track. I learned that because clients have been incarcerated, they may or may not be ready for change in their lives, and you can tell who is interested by the way they follow-up with you and keep their appointments. The managers were okay. The hardest part of the job is getting a client to see the importance of keeping their appointments and the most enjoyable part of the job was moving around and attending resource meetings.