Despite the issues that I ran into with CACI, I actually enjoyed the work. It is ONLY because of the poor training and management that resigned. I went through with a group of people that were not adequately trained well enough to succeed at this job. The equipment (laptops had software & hardware issues) was not working for the full two weeks of live training. That left investigators stuck in a contract and having to train ourselves. There is absolutely no way to keep up with the daily demands without proper training. Most, if not everyone from my class (and two prior), basically washed out. Along with training yourself, and in order to keep up with the daily demand, work hours regularly exceeded the required 8 hours a day. I regularly worked 12 hours and simply burned out (just as I was catching on). The company comes across as a start up company instead of one that has been around for decades. Many, many kinks to work out. I would like to see CACI value its employees, from the very start of training on through. I did not feel valued. I felt more like I wasted a year of my time because I was trying hard to learn and they did not care. They just wanted to know if you met stats. My question was always, "how", without training? You cannot put a book in front of someone and tell them to keep up with those who were trained on the most current technology.
Not sure. Too stressed to enjoy any.
Overworked, underpaid. Lack of training. 65