Engineer (Former Employee) – Maryland – June 18, 2018
To me just another GOBN. It was stressful. Sales was unproductive and the engineers were held accountable. Management sent sales in all different directions trying to be all things and not focus on a core competency. At one time they had an outstanding technical staff but most have left. Turnover is constant so there is no cohesiveness in the accounts. That being said there are some very good, morally sound people there, but not many.
HIPAA Privacy Official (Former Employee) – Crofton, MD – June 13, 2017
I adored working with the Air Force because of the structured environment and the culture of fulfilling one's duty. The most enjoyable part of my job was how agreeable the staff was and how interested they were in providing quality care.
Force 3 does a great job as a company overall to try and make work enjoyable. They do team outings, allow casual wear in the work place, have fun events, and happy hours. However, all of that is clouded by the lack of guidance by management with day to day involvement. The manager that decides if you're worthy of making more money, or if you're doing a good job, has no involvement in the work. They hold the keys to your future but do not really get to see what you do day in and day out to go above and beyond. This means that great employees often get over looked and employees that work just to get by are advancing sometimes. Additionally, the recruiters sell the fact that you will be given more opportunities in the company past your original hire position. However, due to the management style, this just isn't the case. I've seen people that have worked at the company for 5 or 6 years still in the same position, despite their hard work and knowledge.
Manager (Current Employee) – Crofton, MD – January 13, 2015
I would recommend company to others. Very talented and commited workforce, willing to take on new challenges. Very Customer Focused. Company moving in right direction, there are still a few challenges and areas that lack mature processes..
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Davis Monthan Airforce Base, Tucson, AZ – November 20, 2013
Worked at Davis Monthan Airforce Base at the clinic, as an Administrative Assistant, greeted patients checked them in for their medical appointments, gave them the appropriate paperwork. Answered telephones and filing.
I was responsible for collecting and processing payments for several government contracts that were over $7 million in open receivables. Out of the $7 million that was in open receivables, I only had approximately $1.5 million in over 30 days. Payments were processed in several ways – internet, faxing and emailing. If requested I would gather proof of delivery information to speed up the payment process. On a daily basis new invoices were mailed to customers. Worked closely with the internal customer service and sales department to gather any information the customer would request to insure prompt payment on the open invoice.