Security Specialist (Current Employee) – Crane, IN – March 13, 2018
I absolutely love my job with Gryphon Technologies. I work on a Navy installation and my government point of contact is an incredible person to work for. They don't push you too much and they keep the work at a pace that you can handle. My program manager for Gryphon is completely hands-off and let's me do my thing and allows my government point-of-contact to manage me. I enjoy going to work and I have no complaints working for Gryphon.
Flexible work hours, benefits, management and Personnel are always willing to help me out if I need something from Gryphon
The only negative is that I'm a government contractor, and every so many years I may have to worry about my job
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 14, 2018
Worked there until December 2017. After 4 years of the same lousy $12.80 with no raises due to "budget constraints" finally gave up. Not joking here If you want to make a ton of money work in the Wash DC office. They make buckets of cash. The Fort Worth location is a DUMP! Forget any promotions even if you kiss up to the couple of managers... Breathing in some sort of black dust all day and dealing with a safety manager that couldn't care less was the final straw.
CBR Technician - Team Lead (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – August 28, 2017
management are worst ever a lot of good boy stuff going on and ethics are awful. Cbr program was great in the beginning but when changed upper management place became so unprofessional. It is not worth the stress you have to take for manager's who can't follow the process of the program cause they got jobs because of who they know and not because of what they know
CBR Tech (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 4, 2017
Very Simple job to maintain. I liked working for the company as a whole, But the immediate supervisor was a jerk. I don't believe he works there anymore, so I this everyone is safe. Good work Life balance, and the pay was fair.
Technician (Former Employee) – Texas – April 3, 2017
Left the company after it changed contracts. I was in charge of a department with myself and two other guys that processed CBR gear. After all the work, travel and mentoring, they dropped the pay and still want you to have a secret clearance. No raises for 2 years and that was enough.
Lots of on the job training.
No promotions, no raises, management doesn't care.
Warehouse Lead (Current Employee) – Ft. Worth, TX – June 9, 2016
Don't apply here they are going through a contract change. No raises for 4 years,don't complain about anything they will sweep it under the rug. When they would post a job it was already given to someone else in the buddy system
No raises, being lied to, sweeping things under the rug
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – March 2, 2016
Not a very trusting company. Micro-manage everyone. Doesn't really care about personnel just how much production there is very secretive about everything and reacts to problems to first and doesn't think about the outcome till its to late.
pay is ok but for what they want you to do its not
no sence of stability throws people under the bus all the time
Good start to obtaining clearance but poor advancements
LC- Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 15, 2015
I've been there for about three years now and I would have to say that it's like being in high school again. The moral is low due to the work environment. It's really hard to get advanced due to politics which makes it hard to grow in a company.
Installation Engineer (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – April 27, 2015
This was a great company, the people were all very nice and accommodating to everybody. I did the same job here as I did at Prism Maritime. I was a shipboard Onsite representative, ensuring that the crews that we had working on board the US Navy ships did there jobs to the up most best ability. Fantastic management and working environment that most folks can only wonder about.
Foreign Military Sales (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – April 17, 2015
Worked all aspects of project manager. Also lead the Q.A. team while in Egypt. The job was tuff but rewarding. It is terrible that when you are trying to get a job you have to do the job for the job site!!!!!
A small company wanting to play with the big dogs without a clue of how.
Project Engineer / CBR-D Instructor (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 27, 2014
Hostile and toxic work environment that is dealt with threats and bullying. Corporate displays initial concern, but then sweeps everything under the rug to maintain image. Morale was null and the average worker is treated like a number rather than a person. It is made known up front that management has a closed door policy.
Once a month lunch provided at mandatory staff meeting