I loved working for this company but.. Im not sure why i havent been able to reach them
Dell EMC (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 13, 2018
I live this company.. Everything about it, is great.. Only problem is that.. The first job I was placed for I really didn't know much about, it was an entry level job.. At the end of the training period I was the only one out of 20 people to be asked to leave, and I was let go. I then tried calling my supervisor with Apex, none of my calls were responded too. I would love to work for them again.
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – August 13, 2018
Solitary admin in office of 85 - no support or management. Poor salary for position/work performed. Most days spent sitting alone at front desk. Little or no work to do. Information provided was inconsistent and inaccurate. Culture was that of college dorm; young people with no respect for office or equipment.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Belvoir, VA – August 12, 2018
Doing the short experience I had with Apex, they appear to be the all about them company. For the small amount of wages I excepted because I had no other choice, it appeal as though they took advantage of my situation and gave me whatever and not hurt they pockets.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – August 10, 2018
Ability to make a ton of money very quickly, and sustain it long term if that's what you want. You're running a full desk in terms of sales cycle, cold calling, managing accounts, and closing business. It's a lot for one person to handle but they pay very well.
Management was fantastic in my office, and they try to promote internally to other areas when they can and when people really want it.
Sr Project Implementation Manager - Spectrum (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 3, 2018
I did not have a long term assignment at Apex systems. My tenure at Spectrum did not provide adequate training to fully get on board with implementation of software enhancements in a very fast paced environment. The compensation was very nice and they pay weekly.
Inbound insurance sales and customer service (Former Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – July 30, 2018
Trained for insurance testing and prepare for open enrollment of health insurance products. Needed security clearance to go to restrooms and cafeteria. Uncomfortable with the need to ask security for access to common areas due to delayed security clearance for new hires.
Effective training courses, successfully reinstated insurance license
Commute to location, and unusually slow to give security clearances
Help Desk Support/ Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN 37214 – July 26, 2018
I was only employed on a contract business to help complete a contract so there is little that I can add. I was given the correct tools to perform my function at the time I was employed until I was laid off.
Technician (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 23, 2018
There is plenty of work to keep you occupied. Its seemed there was a disconnect between desktop support and the systems engineers. It seemed a little disorganized but the small group in my office was welcoming.
Contractor - IT Support Specialist - Provide IT (Former Employee) – DeSoto, TX – July 17, 2018
I was contracted to Kohls.com for IT support. All APEX personnel were great work with and they were very responsive. On the other hand the Kohl's Management team very very condescending to their subordinates and contractors. They created an an environment that was submissive.
Desktop Support Technician (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 15, 2018
Working with Apex Systems was a great and exciting opportunity in which I hope to continue pursuing after a medical convalescence. Working with the San Diego Miramar MCAS team broadened my knowledge and understanding of the IT world. It also gave me the benefit of knowing if this was the career change I hoped to gain along with experience. The most important aspect of work that I've learned, not only with Apex, is that You must make yourself an asset and in doing so you become must more than a regular team player, you become a pillar.
rental car, hotel, transportation to and from home, and food reimbursement
N/A (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – July 6, 2018
Apex was okay in the beginning, but I quickly learned that you are there to make them money and they could care less how they treat you. I am speaking about the sales side of things, I cannot speak for back office. Before I left, I found myself overworked for mediocre pay and constantly being told reasons why things are not working out for me (which was 110% untrue). Apex seems to believe that you have the power to control other people and their decision making and when a client does not do what you want, it is your fault somehow. This is a high turnover, overworked, and high stress company. It is great for certain people, but for the majority, it just takes years off your life.
bonus structure, gym reimbursement
overworked, high stress, base pay is not great, low PTO
Web Developer contractot (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 1, 2018
Really good as Contracting firms go, the people were nice, they were responsive to my needs, and the compensation was fair and fairly open. The account manager, consultant, and be other staff were helpful and went above and beyond.