Manager (Former Employee) – United States – January 28, 2018
The Senior management did not understand how to handle growth, so they hired like crazy. They then laid off people faster than they had hired. This was all a result of a senior management team that didn't understand what was happening in the marketplace. If you are one of the doers: project managers and consultants, you are traveling every week, working 10 to 12 hours a day. This is so the company can generate enough revenue to pay for the incompetent senior management team. It's hard to imagine a company that could abuse its employees more.
My checks didn't bounce
Travel, hours, senior management, no work life balance, time off is a joke
ITS Project Manager (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – December 27, 2017
Great employees. Morale was always low. Lack of clear and concise direction for your position as well as the company. Was not centered on the clients needs but rather what they believed and forced upon the client.
Management constantly breaking company policy, demeaning associates, talking behind their back. Complete disrespect.
Senior Project Manager Supply Chain (Former Employee) – West Reading, PA – August 14, 2017
Travel is 100%. All consulting jobs, all remote. Thrown together with team members; high turn over, so it's likely they haven't worked with any other team members. Management disconnected and ineffective. Poor communications. Focus is bringing in the money.