Data Dimensions is not a favorable place to work. They claim to be for the veterans, but in reality they care more about the bottom line than they do about helping the veterans.
The work process is horribly inefficient, and often the majority of the workload is placed on the Quality Assurance department. Many employees are grossly underpaid and there is no piece rate for departments that require higher amounts of knowledge/skill.
The management is laughable - many supervisors aren't fully knowledgeable about the departments they are put in charge of, and they often play favorites with employees. Write-ups come from practically nowhere, especially for the Quality Assurance department on Second Shift. Multiple times employees have been fired for being out of the production area too much, when they were simply leaving to use the bathroom. The Quality Assurance department are held to a much tighter window of time allowed out of the production area than any other department, and are left to their own devices more than any other department as well.
The Quality Assurance department is held to a high production rate, and a near 100% quality level, which simply isn't possible given the thousands of documents they process on a daily basis.
Good pay (for some departments)
Short Breaks, no bathrooms in the production area, long hours, poor management, inefficient, horrible HR