Arrive in time, be ready for morning meeting, plan de day. etc Continue with load work, and complete what is available to. Lunch 30 minutes. If something come out need to be done, just complete and back with the job was working.
always something important need to be complete before everything
Cultural Analyst/Linguist (Former Employee) – GiTmo – December 1, 2017
If you're looking for ways to learn how the U.S. Government wastes its money, look no further. This company hires unqualified, uneducated linguists to fill the contracts. In return, they pay them very low and relocated them without notice to Gitmo. The linguists who are always insecure due to their lack of any ability besides speaking the target language (sometimes not well) are always under the thumb of management. Management is composed by mostly formerly military members who think they can deal with civilians as if they're still in the military. Horrible, get away with your life.
former employee (Former Employee) – overseas – November 15, 2017
Working for this company is like working for a dictator of a third world country. Company has its employee/snitches/informants who report anything negative you say or do the company and its management. If they don't like you they will find a way to terminate you. The only reason these corrupt people are getting contracts probably is because they have insider connections. Its unfortunate to see that even in a country like USA, with the world's best employee protective laws, a company like this can apply such scary dictatorship tactics.
Program and Training Support Manager (Current Employee) – Bordentown, NJ – September 26, 2017
CWU is the finest company I've had the privilege of working for.
They are extremely professional, dedicated to their clients, honest with their employees, they have a mission first attitude, and are committed to providing the very best in staff augmentation support, program management, acquisition, administrative support, database, foreign language, intelligence, logistics, and training support specialists.
They are among the very best.
Open door management policy, Genuine care and concern for their family of over 900 employees, and a company possessing true integrity.
Exciting and rewarding opportunity to help train those who serve
Civilian role player (Current Employee) – KY – September 16, 2017
I have worked with CWU for over two years. When a rotation is scheduled I am glad to have the opportunity to work for CWU. Scheduling is fairly organized. The work is very detailed and the lane leads know their stuff.
My hope is that their contract is renewed. I would miss the opportunity to continue my work with CWU. Mission is important! The training, for the soldiers, is important. Employees understand it isn't about us, it is about the training for the soldiers!
Quality Control Analyst (Former Employee) – GTMO – August 8, 2017
Working for CWU was like being in a really bad daycare. Easiest way to describe it would be a very hostile work environment. There is no such thing as HR and management would disrespect their employers along with harassing them. The thought of my time there makes me sick.
Linguist/Cultural Advisor (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA, and Cuba! – June 11, 2017
Corrupted farm and it's clients is US Government!!
In order for this farm that has gained government contraccts there is something going on under the table such as bribery and kick back. Until they fill their pockets they will be caught later on as many others farms did in the history of contract business. And history repeats itself and no one is doing anything to defeat corruption in this country. At the end of the day who is paying for this corruption?? We all know the answer! Good luck United States!
Ownrers filling their pockets
People taxes are being stolen by the farm CWU inside corruption.
Linguist/Translator (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – April 24, 2017
While applying for job , security department is clueless about basic clearance and jPAs work .: they don't know how to handle their job right .. they even forget to submit important documentes to CAF which caused security clearance drop .. Hope they do hire better professionals in security office ....! U really make millions of dollars from the linguistic services you provide , won't hurt the company if they spend couple of thousands in right people in right place and kick all those idiots out ...
American Sign Language Interpreter (Current Employee) – United States – February 28, 2017
I am currently employed as a certified sign language interpreter (ADHOC) basis. This company is phenomenal as they are very flexible with their schedules and I know I can trust them. Within 2-weeks of each event I am paid and I know that I do not have to worry - the pay is market competitive. The management are very fair and very prompt in following up with me and addressing any questions and/or concerns that I may have. I am very grateful for this company and everything that they do for me.