General Dynamics Information Technology
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The do NOT care about their employees. They make promises they don't keep. They provide absolutely zero benefits. They keep you at just few enough hours so they, by law, don't have to provide you healthcare, paid time-off, or raises. You are a piece of meat or a number to them - to be used to enrich the owners, and then thrown in the trash when your usefulness (in their eyes) expires. DO NOT WORK HERE!!!

Answered July 22, 2019

They overbid on a contract that they knew they couldn't properly staff, didn't tell any of the incumbents about the new cert reqs till after hire (and made sure none of us got anything in writing) then laid off a bunch of people for "failure to meet contract requirements" a few months later. The F-35 program IT support contract management all need to be fired if this company is ever going to build a good reputation for themselves

Answered January 2, 2020

I work 0730 to 1630. 2 15 min breaks and a hour for lunch. But It gets really busy so you may work thru your breaks cause you lose track of time.

Answered February 22, 2019

Just depends on the person u are

Answered September 4, 2018

Positive work environment the company offers training classes to provide you with the necessary tools to be successful in your job

Answered July 5, 2019

For Tier 1 CSR: Once you go through your application process, they will probably have you wait a week or two for your training period to start, once you start training you're looking at two weeks of in-class paid training 8 1/2 hour days with two 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute lunch break monday through friday, typically breaks are spaced out 2 hours inbetween each other. After you finish your first two weeks you will move into nesting for 1 week, during this point you will be taking live calls and getting better on the phones, at the end of the week you will take calls, go through a gradution ceremony of sorts, and then meet your supervisors who will take you on a tour of your area, have you sign in on a computer in your area, have you sign out and go back to nesting.

Answered November 16, 2018

Every 2 weeks

Answered September 28, 2017
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