Program Manager (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – July 17, 2018
AGI is a good company to work for, they balance work life for the project managers. This is a challenging industry which requires a lot of hard work and dedication to the position. We are customer focused and work to ensure we are exceeding expectations.
Friendly, experienced, and skilled co-workers, but mentally demanding
Computer Programmer (Former Employee) – Greensburg, PA – August 24, 2018
This was a typical office job. 9-5, Monday-Friday. I learned a lot about programming enterprise applications. Our team leader was excellent at his job, and was always available for advice. The hardest part of the job was staying focused and mentally ready for the day's challenges. The best part of the job was working with good people, and the satisfaction of completing projects.
They make fancy and odd shaped aluminum boxes with lights
Drafter (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – August 22, 2018
meat grinder. We use Coreldraw for making drawing. Just a few months ago switched to Solidworks. Actually a few favored people got to switch. The 3 day cram course at the beginning of the year was not followed up by anymore training. Coreldraw techniques/mindset has set in with all the nightmares you can imagine. That is not likely to change soon.
They keep getting over-payed contractors in to help us. They get mad at being talked down to, (I've gotten use to it) then soon quit. Management still wonders why even when they are told point blank with direct quotes why. This is very hard to miss and another demoralizing thing.
If management would take the time to set up a structure that helped get work done, any structure would help, people would get projects done in a lot less time. Then some of the pressure cooker atmosphere would relax and people might actually enjoy being there. Right now I just work for a paycheck and want to get some experience on my resume.
get a paycheck, build resume
see the comments below starting with "... meat grinder."
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Winchester, TN – July 16, 2018
Poor work environment and manager. Untrained staff.employees didn't know qaulity defects to look for or how to spot one period.I would go so far as to say supervisors were not even sure what parts were bad or good
Fabricator (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – May 25, 2018
This is not a career job. No people of color in the office. They treat workers like slaves. Supervisor stands there and watches you work like your in prison. Too much favoritism and alot of unfairness. Be advised if your going to work here is to let it be a temporary until you find something else.
Export agent (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 16, 2018
I'm an export freight agent. I manifest flights, run flights, check dg's, process drivers, clear documents at customs. I love what I do but the company I work for has no intensions on promoting their employees and for this reason I am looking for a new job.
ramp service cargo ohare (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 15, 2018
is fun sometimes is stressful but I like it meet new people learn more about the job work as a tim work have a good attitude if you got a problem that to some one don't fallow other people that is not doing good always help it will look good on your review
Help Desk/Level I Support (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – January 17, 2018
Not much to tell. Pretty much a startup company that is stuck in a rut. There is no room for advancement and management/ownership likes sticking it to it's customers. Not to mention they like to force you to do the same. It's just a place to make money while you look for a real company to work at.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – December 1, 2017
Speaking for office only. Work isn’t challenging. Take specs from customer. Talk with vendors. Tons of redundancy and mismanagement. Mgmt will tell you one thing and do another. Start new projects with no idea how to run or manage. Make temps do most of the work.
Dock Worker (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 18, 2017
Has is pros and cons like any other job.Good place for a start out job if you are willing to be patient and want too learn to improve your skills in the warehouse industry and learn new skills and experience and knowledge and meet new people
Family Nurse Practitioner- Clinician (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – September 30, 2017
Contact via emails and calls- very busy but nice staff Primary care for home bound patients. The patients and family members are very appreciative for given attention concerning their health care needs.
work schedule and an MD was always available or returned calls when requested.