LTC Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – April 26, 2017
I was primarily involved with lab processes, building mainframe computer systems. As the customer base and workload continues to grow exponentially, there is often overtime work involved. This can often become excessive, for those not so inclined, depending on the build and scheduling. Unless you have, or are attaining, certification from an outside source, your skill set and knowledge base are basically self-generated with little structured development and education provided within the company, its management and supervisors, at least at this site. Team members most often are left to rely on each other for education and development. A positive team culture is forwarded but lacks development, commitment and follow-through. More mantra, than meaning. Seems to be a lack of developed management skills within the department. All and all, not a bad place to work for self-starters and those looking to break into the field of Information Technology.
High profile company heavy on community involvement and charity.
WWT has been selected as a Great Place to work for five consecutive years by Fortune magazine.
Quality Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 28, 2017
WWT is a phenomenal place to work. The workplace culture is an environment where people want to come to work and do whatever it takes to meet Customer requirements and expectations. We work hard but also get the opportunity to play hard as well. There is a big focus on maintaining the proper work life balance. It is a company that will continue to challenge you to raise the bar, this applies to e various cross functional teams that you will engage everyday as well as yourself. The company believes that their most important asset is not the people, but ensuring the right people are a part of the WWT family.
The Executive Leadership team is engaged in developing our leaders of tomorrow everyday.
Productive workplace with friendly people and a ping pong table
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – October 12, 2016
World Wide Technology was a demanding job but had it's perks. We had great healthcare and insurance. Management and coworkers were great. Hardest part was lifting heavy servers onto tables but found enjoyment in the simplicity of the work. 9/10
Manager (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – September 4, 2016
WWT is truly a great place to work. It's growing incredibly fast, providing a lot of job growth opportunities to anyone willing to go for them. Management works extremely hard to maintain the culture from our "smaller" days, which is awesome.
Culture, advancement opportunities, job security
Growing pains (it's not easy doubling revenue every 5 years)
Associate/Production (Former Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – July 6, 2016
Overall this is an excellent place to work, if you are able to get past the phase of working for the staffing company Aerotek, they usually mass lay off everyone when the busy season is over with and only a very small few ever get hired on. But if you get past that, the benefits are great!
free coffee, safe and friendly environment, great benefits
Warehouse Associate/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – June 1, 2016
Lack of communication from upper management to the associates about what the hours will be for that day. Expect employees to work up to 10 hours a day with mandatory 10 hour Saturday, if volunteer you can work 12 hours a day with work on Saturday.
IRM Group Purchasing Manager (Current Employee) – Lewisville, TX – April 18, 2016
WWT is founded on its principal core values, this core values are used at every level to drive the business. The values in place at WWT are what sets it apart and differentiates them in the supply chain-service provide industry. I have enjoyed a wonderful 7 years here and it will be difficult to transition into a new venture.