Scrum Master (Current Employee) – Bentonville, AR – December 11, 2016
This company would do better if it paid it's contractors more and not hold them to such a long contract before allowing them to be directly hired to the companies that the contractors are working for. Other consulting companies are a maximum of 90 days and UST is 1 year. The compensation is well below market value which makes it hard to want to stay with the company.
Great training for the most part but not a lot of feedback, Good benefits for the area if you are hired to UST full time but still low pay.
Low pay, long hours, no paid breaks on the contractor site;
Senior Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – February 22, 2017
Flexible and employee friendly work environment. HR and higher management needs lot of improvement. Compensation is below average. No standards for employee performance evaluations and compensation revisions. Average employee benefits.
Portfolio Manager/Project Manager (Current Employee) – Bentonville, AR – December 18, 2016
Nice plan to work and resources are being treated with utmost care and for those who are being brought to the US from India company can do little more genuine salary correction compare to the market standards.
The company itself is decent, but the politics make it hard to not only get hired, but to maintain work environments. Often you're encouraged to join in on meetings with clients for "potential projects" that never come through, and you're never hired.
Validation Engineer (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – December 29, 2016
Annual Salary is below national average for title and position. Pay increases are very minimal Promotions are non - existent, they would rather higher someone new and pay them twice what they pay anyone else.
Global Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 30, 2016
Finding companies to outsource American jobs. I learned that big corporations are incentivized to outsource American jobs. Management was 3rd world caveman type. Co-workers were backstabbing greedy pigs. Hardest part of the job was watching H-1B visas steal American jobs. Most enjoyable part of the job was getting a fat paycheck.