Armed Security Officer (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 15, 2018
The management went downhill shortly after the first year of starting at Airbus. The job requirements are not necessarily enforced due to the high turnover rate. Employees would quit left and right. If you enjoy tolerating favoritism or management not having your back, then this is the job for you. If you do work here, be careful who you become friends with at work and outside of work. The job is under a 5 year contract and is set to expire in 2019, if not already approved for a new one. The company is a yes company and will task its employees with meaningless task instead of focusing on the protection of the facility. Happy hunting!
Weapons and uniforms are provided for
No official lunch break, do not get relieved on time, call outs and no shows, and management.
Boiler Operator (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 30, 2018
Worked the same job for 18 years. They took over the TAFB contract in OKC, stole from the employees and tried to make it our fault. Resigned and moved on. Took 5 months of the lies and deceit. Never will I work for them again. Miserable company, and I am being kind in this review.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Chicopee – March 22, 2018
What they offer for Nurses is below market rate. Actually its degrading for a person who has went to school and received a degree. They speak about the great benefits however then pay rate is not comprable to the area or cost of living. You're expected to work 40 hours do extra work and get paid less.
Manager (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – March 17, 2018
Extremely poor HR. Employees allowed to bully others. Managers expected to keep it all quiet and sweep it under the rug. Lots of bad behavior, aggression and lack of professionalism. Managers expected to maintain performance without holding staff accountable. Took a lot of abusive - a whole lot of it. The job was ridiculous.
Material Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 14, 2018
I left a job to come to work for this company. I thought it would be a career advancement. I was there for 9 months until they renewed there contract and then took a $5.00 pay cut......I left soon after
They should give their staff a better chance to hold on to their job better. Example either give them a write up of some sort ,or time off 3-5 no pay.
Cook's Helper (Former Employee) – Albuquerque New Mexico – March 13, 2018
Communication, lack of, being able to work with fellow co-worker. Problems with admitting or standing up for yourself to be heard out. If there's a problem and you take it to your management you would hope your management could straighten it out then if that doesn't happen you take it to HR and you hope that they can straighten out the problem not the answer of okay we're going to take care of it and then it doesn't get done. They say that Afognak ( Alutiig ) is family oriented. That's a joke. in family oriented. That's a joke.
Recognition is starting to happen.
If there is an incident of any kind. Too much paperwork for that incident.
HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicopee – March 9, 2018
I was in HR and it was horrible. There were piles of paper everywhere in boxes, no organization and no training. The management team were mean and were quick to tell others your personal business. Management got away with bullying other staff and the HR manager at the time was constantly rude to me. Couldn't speak to this person without snapping. There were no raises or incentive programs for working 9 hours a day(sometimes longer). Nothing was consistent and there was a huge turnover. The pay was low for the work you've done and never felt appreciated for the hard work. This job could of been an amazing career move because of the mission an dc goals. The Company needs to focus on their employees as well as the students.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – February 27, 2018
They provide zero training. They have a bunch of unprofessional people working there. A bunch of people that are willing to do anything for money. Depending on your role you might have to be on call for 24 hrs. per day, which provides for no work life balance. Very high turnover rate. Employees are generally not happy here. This organization needs a complete overall, this could be a great program but the employees here are mostly in it for a paycheck. to work here it is necessary to care about children. Stay away from this company--total waste of time.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – China Lake, CA – February 13, 2018
I had numerous issues and was not given any help, with the exception of one manager, who left before I even did due to the same issues (She is amazing). I had reported another employee for breaking numerous rules and was told they would do something about it (never did). Also was told by multiple people in management that we needed to look for a job outside of Alutiiq if we wanted to move up, get a raise, or even get an evaluation.
Housing Referral Assistant PSNS Detachment (Current Employee) – Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan – November 28, 2017
work wise is relaxed and plenty of opportunity for growth within the company. Only down part is that work is available when you have people flying in from Washington States, otherwise there is not much hours if you want a full time.
Medical Records Clerk Naval Hospital Guam (Former Employee) – Guam – August 8, 2017
Work schedule is predictable. Learned different areas of the work place I was assigned to. Diverse culture. Sometimes the hardest part of the job was having to listen to vulgar language both in the department and from patients. Most enjoyable, seeing patients happy.