Contracts Administration (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – June 5, 2017
Difficult to say because I was only on a contract. Employees not very friendly to contractors. Wouldn't work here due to management issues. Supervisors were very unwilling to assist with any questions.
Contract work. No health insurance benefits. Bad supervision.
Great benefits, unlimited vacation for salaried employees, paid parental leave
Quality Assurance Coordinator (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 30, 2017
This is a very good company to work for with excellent benefits. The main issue is that this company supports business software solutions for global cable and telecommunications companies which is an industry in a great deal of transition. Because of this, it is uncertain what the future holds for this company.
Fast pace work and for the most part good people to work WITH.
Senior Printer Operator (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – April 24, 2017
Run industrial printers from pre to post processing. Was further educated about computer sciences. Some managers were really good and others were not. Hardest part about the job was long hours and working overnight. The people I worked WITH, not for, were awesome and made great teammates.
Database Administrator (Former Employee) – They dont trust employees – April 14, 2017
they are selling a solution but the management doesn't know how to expand. They don't trust their employees enough to let them work from home, yet they want you to perform off business rollouts from home.
No longer feels like a caring work environment. But has a casual work dress code.Managment doesnt know the employees on night shifts. Supervisors show favoritism and managment doesnt promote unity among employees
Good benefits, Poor to bad managments practices, less than average training
Analyst (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – April 3, 2017
Many employees stay for the benefits but the pay is below average. Poor management practices, a history of buying companies or processes that they do not understand or are unable to mesh into the existing company resulting loss. The company is too dependent on a dying industry, Cable TV, for the majority of its revenue stream and within that industry too reliant on one client. CSG also has developed end of the year rolling staff reductions. Known internally as the Christmas layoff. So as long as you have the expectation that employment will be on a temp basis, consider the job as a way of obtaining experience for your next job.
if your there long enough vacation and maturnity policies
poorly managed depending on the department, Nepotism.
Senior Management (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 9, 2017
This company consistently puts the employee last, with limited opportunity for advancement. This company also has a track record of using the pre holiday lay-off and placing individuals on PIP plans which allows them to reduce payroll cost by hiring new workers at a lower wage.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – December 19, 2016
Over the last year the C-level management has changed dramatically, and with that the change comes a a change in how and who they staff. I loved working there, but I don't know that I would have stayed on much longer under the current management.
There is no room for advancement. Upper management is horrible. HR is worst!! Let this be the last place you work! By far the worst company I've worked for simply because of the ppl they let control this site!