HVAC Journeyman (Current Employee) – Alaska – July 12, 2018
Love the travel potential. Typical day at work is better than previous experiences. I learn patience and perseverance. Management is exceptional. The hardest part of my job is I didn't find this company sooner. The most enjoyable part of the job is the travel and respect.
Residential Advisor (Former Employee) – Alaska – July 10, 2018
Overall, my service was to help at risk youth and that is what I concentrated on the most. As student employees were taught Career Success Standards for on the job training, indeed it was a life lesson for me also.
AC/R Technician IV (Former Employee) – Alaska – May 22, 2018
I have no complaints with this company. I didn't know what to expect when I got here, but I was treated as a professional and was embraced by everyone I worked with from day one. I actually felt listened to and valued as a tradesman and as a worker.
Slave (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – May 14, 2018
This is the WORST job I've ever had. Can't wait to find something new. Management has no experience in their position and all of them are friends,. You can't manage your friends and this company is proof of that. If you're not one that goes along to get along you won't get far, but really there's no place to go within this company. If you're an employee, get out. If you don't work here, don't apply.
DOL Contractor (Former Employee) – Alaska – April 2, 2018
They are doing great work at Ford Meade, Picatinni arsenal and other projects around the world. The JCP program needs a bit more improvement is staff pay and the other sites need more diversity in cultural and gender areas
Security Administrator (Current Employee) – Alaska – March 2, 2018
Management, HR, and coworkers have been great. I've never worked for another government contractor, so I can't compare, but all levels of management have been more than good to me. Benefits are excellent and I am paid fairly.
Current (Current Employee) – Maryland – February 23, 2018
This company refuses to accept military Tricare as an insurance option for their veteran employees who receive a fringe. They force employees to take their very expensive insurance with the mentality that the government is not an insurance provider, therefore Tricare isn't a "real" plan.
MISSION SUPPORT SHIFT SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Greenbelt, MD – February 19, 2018
productive fun place to work fast pace no time for mistakes you have to be customer service at all hrs its a 24 hr service there is 4 computers and mestsys systems you have to watch checking all the time
Once a great place to work...Now a shell of it's former self
Supervisor / Mechanic (Former Employee) – Fort Meade, MD – February 2, 2018
I worked for various subsidies of Chugach at Ft. Meade MD for over a dozen years. At the beginning the contract was small and felt almost like a family atmosphere. Everyone pulled together from top to bottom to do everything to make the customer happy and get the job done. You always felt the company cared for you not just as an employee but like a member of a family. Wages and benefits were great. From the 401k, generous PTO, company paid medical, life and disability insurance and even quarterly performance bonuses. Christmas parties, summer picnics and even periodic lunches/BBQ's were thrown for everyone. Small things that made a good job a great job. As the contracts changed and the subsidiaries changed so did the management of those contracts. Unfortunately that's where all the problems begin and have only compounded since. The management over the last few contracts has been in constant flux and is terrible. They tend to promote a lot of people who have little to no experience and rarely promote the right people. They have created a bad work culture. The benefits have been slowly degraded contract after contract. The medical plans cover a lot less than they used too. The PTO has been cut down. They no longer pay any type of performance bonuses. No more holiday or summer parties. They don't even take their employees out for a holiday lunch anymore. When I exited out of the company the HR representative asked me why an employee that had worked there for so long was leaving. I told him that not only did I have a good opportunity somewhere else but it just felt like the companymore... did not care about its operations employees anymore. I suggested that they find a way to reverse that feeling. The response I received was: "we have a lot more people waiting to get in here." That kind of says it all.less
Great customer to work for. Salary is still good. Flexible work schedules for some.
Terrible management. Downward trend on benefits. Unorganized.
Miscellaneous (Current Employee) – Aberdeen, MD – January 18, 2018
Nothing is ever clearly explained. No room for advancement. All of Management needs some serious leadership training ASAP. Be taught how to be a leader not a manager. Employees are not treat like adults more so like children and talked down upon.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Meade, MD – January 13, 2018
There was a real lack of communication, standard procedures, training, etc. There was no real accountability within the teams and there was a real lack of on boarding, professional equipment and training.
Janitorial (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – August 3, 2017
I started out as a janitor than a year later I became a janitorial lead I had a team of 5 janitors I was responsible for I had to make sure their building's were clean and make sure they had products to do their job.
Power Plant Manager (Current Employee) – Kwajalein aTOLL – July 24, 2017
great place to work and play but no family or housing. The contracts are 12 month long with option to renew on a 45 day notice requirement for contract complete. Deep Seas fishing and SCUBA diving a major plus but You have to enjoy everything by your self . No family allowed on Island
Laborer (Former Employee) – Silverdale, WA – March 7, 2017
Decent pay and benefits were all that were keeping me at this establishment. Management is lacking horribly. Safety department still hasn't submitted a set safety plan (and has been on site for over 2 years since taking over the contract).
Logistics (Former Employee) – Maryland – February 20, 2017
Worked for this company for several years as Chugach which became Wolf Creek. Was a great company and really enjoyed coming to work until about a year and a half ago. They switched their management structure to micromanagement and placed managers with little to no experience in warehousing and employee relations and could care less..... Benefits are good but the workplace atmosphere is absolutely undesirable. Employees don't have a voice and if you go against their agenda you are automatically labeled as someone who does not want to do the job and given a excessive work load compared to others/favorites.