Stock Clerk (Current Employee) – Fort Belvoir, VA – February 5, 2017
Obtain work orders and help drivers load and off load there trucks. Keep work area clean and functional. Build pallets from work orders brought into the warehouse by checking paper work and separating adp equipment to non add equipment.
health care, vacation/sick leave doesn't accrue, long 45 min drive, no uniforms provided
Accountant (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – September 9, 2016
If you are considering working in the Charleston office, think again. You will be expected to work long hours and holidays. Very high turnover in the accounting department. CEO/CFO pouts, slams his door and gives the silent treatment when unhappy. Very immature and unprofessional. You will think you can stand it, but will get beaten down like everyone before you.
Enjoy my co-workers but overall management stinks!
Employee (Current Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – October 31, 2015
Most people seem to get hired because they are friends with management or related to them in some way. There is no room for advancement. You never get recognized for the hard work you put in. Management is horrible, way too much favortism on this contract. Benefit are a joke!!! Overpriced health insurance with an over inflated deductible. Sick days and jury duty days you pay for out of your Health and Welfare Benefit. This is the contractor to avoid whilst looking for a job at Fort Bliss.
Heavy Equipment Mechanic (Current Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – September 18, 2012
I was hired for almost two months and then they tell me that they are laying me off for lack of work. they make you pay for blue cross blue shield health care coverage even if you have your own. The first three weeks I didn't even have a day off working 10 hour days and now they are laying me off for a day of work. Their values are messed up cause they think they are the army and you have to look busy even if there is nothing to do because they made you work overtime to finish it all so they can lay you off. Management is very strict because you need to have a perfectly clean work area even if you are working and you radio cannot be loud enough so that your neighboring mechanic can hear it. Oh yeah and you never get a raise or promoted.
Production Control Clerk (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – August 23, 2014
I was the production control clerk i was in charge of assigning employees duties, inventory control was also my responsibility. Ordering supplies, calling employees for status, driving and delivering parts, revising the production log and correcting any mistakes and solving any issues. Prepare meetings, revise personnel hours.