Help Desk Level II (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 19, 2018
My position is on-site at a Wealth Management Private Firm with over $40B in Assets. I support the Helpdesk for approximately 400 users for hardware and software issues for deskphones, mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, etc.
Medical Coder II (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – July 11, 2018
Atos is/has been a great place to work for. I work REMOTE. They offer super great benefits. The medical/dental/vision insurance that is offered is better than most hospitals/medical offices that I've work for. Management is great. The hours allow you to make up any missed time, as oppposed to having to use all your PTO.
Telecom Technician (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – July 7, 2018
I've been at Nike for over 20 years, just working for different Contracting companies. This is the first time I've had to get a second job just to support myself. I really want back into management where I thrived and excelled with the customer.
people i work with
no chance for advancement, underlying feeling of not knowing
IT Business Administrator (Former Employee) – Austin, TX 78752 – July 5, 2018
Great work environment. Variety of work which include and limited to ordering lunchs, meals for meetings. I was also in charge of the monthly birthday celebrations. Ordering office supplies, setting up requests for Seton hospitals with regards to IT set up of phone and computer. Petty cash account. Variety of work
IT Solutions Help Desk Support Agent (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 2, 2018
There is so much to learn at ATOS and there are plenty of individuals that will help you understand it. However ATOS is a IT ticket shop, there job is to just route tickets manually to teams to fix the issue, even with understanding of the systems it is difficult to move outside of ATOS to its corresponding business(s) that they service. And you can only advance if some one leaves...
Solution Designer (Former Employee) – Delaware – June 16, 2018
It was best company I work with, I acquire a lot of experience and I am proud working with international team and had a lot of fun. I left this company cause I must come to USA to reunion with my family.
Telecom Engineer (Current Employee) – West Sacramento, CA – June 15, 2018
Atos is not ready to do business in North America yet. They purchased Xerox's ITO group but don't really know how to grow the business outside of the one account. Job security is in question until they can grow a better North American customer-base. No real, targeted, job training available.
It was primarily focused on maintaining, and reengineering existing products for their customer Schlumberger. I was a hands on developer working with a small team to deliver a SSO enabled employee benefits application.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Remote – June 9, 2018
working full time remote with a Flexible schedule was a plus. Management varied by tower, I was lucky and had good management . hardest part was consent toolset and employee turnover rate, made it difficult to gain traction on projects
IT Support Specialist II (Former Employee) – Hightstown, NJ – May 29, 2018
It was a good place to work in that I was left alone to do my job. Very independent. I did not see my boss for sometimes more then a year. Heard from him maybe two or three times a month. As long my performance was good there was no interference.
A good work life balance but my experience may not be typical
Lack of communication from management on what is going on with company or jobs.
IT Media Senior Computer Analyst (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – May 25, 2018
This rating would be geared toward not a good review. Management does not care about their employees. No training, no advancement, no consideration. The supervisor is a horrible trainer and only looks out for herself.
leaving work to go home or somewhere else
Lack of communication, no advancement even if you ask
ATOS laid me off after 6 months due to them losing contracts that I was assigned too due to buy out
IT Senior Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Sparta, WI – May 18, 2018
ATOS probably been a good company but due to their recent purchase of the ITO Division from Xerox after 6 months the stated laying off those employees that they lost contracts from the Xerox ITO purchase. I have been affected ever since finding the right job for me.
Great Boss and able to work from Home
Laid off was a surprise - Had great Performance Review