Driver (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – March 31, 2018
I provided my car, my insurance, my gas and literally taken to the cleaners by CCI. I even had to wait at the pick up location sometimes for hours to get my load and unpaid for waiting. They are always hiring because nobody will stay with them. They will run your car into the ground and you will still wont get paid enough to survive.
Dish Network Technician (Former Employee) – North Carolina – March 18, 2018
Cci is a good with manegers and employees and the only thing they promised me that I was going to make at least 1200 per week and never happen to low of jobs and the system of inventory was crazy and nothing but charged backs
Technician (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 11, 2018
Challenging.learned how to deal and interact with customers on a daily basis.the hardest part of the job is when u have to enter the customer basement only to be conffonted by a fiercelooking dog staring at you.
Admin (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – March 7, 2018
It was a great transition from CH2MHILL. the upper management changed and that needed to happen. Now? Im not so sure what they are doing hiring a bunch of former BP people. Low wages and false hopes is all youre fed.
Call Advisor (Former Employee) – Anderson, IN 46016 – March 6, 2018
This place is now out of business but Consentrix bought it out. I hear it is still the same. BAD bosses, bad coworkers, You can not move up at all due to the fact they hire people for open management jobs. They do not even try to promote with in.
Construction Laborer, CEI (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – February 5, 2018
I enjoyed working for this company, my co-workers and supervisors were great people to be around and created a enjoyable work environment. I was able to learn more about working at a refinery while employed here.
Commercial Cabinet finisher (Former Employee) – Dacula, GA – January 31, 2018
You are running at full throttle every day. The clients demand that these cabinets be completed in times that are really rough. But when you see the final product you can take pride that it is the best quality it could be.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – January 23, 2018
Very well ran organization to be apart of inspire team effort to do well. With that being said I’m looking for a better paying job elsewhere than can provide more financially for me and my family. I have a 16ft box truck that I own and looking for travel in surrounding area such as Alabama,Sc,NC. And home by night
Special Needs Nanny (Former Employee) – Burnsville, MN – January 8, 2018
was excellent...would have loved to stayed employed!!! The pay was great and i enjoyed the benefits of employment...i love working with special needs individual!! The most enjoyable part was the family i worked for and the nanny position that was provided for me....
Laborer (Former Employee) – Cañon City, CO – January 3, 2018
a typical day at work for me was to show up and immediately get started on my daily task. once those were completed then I was to locate the team leader and get to work on whatever new daily task he had set for that day.
A typical work day would consist of arriving an hour or two ahead of my supervisor. Sometimes the workload was scheduled, sometimes not. The approach to hardware maintenance was terrible at best. The "Good-ole-Boy" system was firmly established. The amount of learning and training that was available was great, answers and hard facts were difficult to come by.
The general company attitude consisted of either feast or famine. We were extremely busy at times to meet deadlines or we were scrambling to look busy with nothing to do. When the work load was available, times were hectic and stressful with minimal direction and poor management. Monthly excuses were used as to why our hardware and software would not function properly.
The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new software and meeting people who actually had skills to do their job.
Learning new software skills
The same old nepotistic workplace environment with broken promises and no room for advancement