Mobile Training Team Planner/Analyst (Former Employee) – Kuwait – November 22, 2016
Grumpy old men in charge and have never spent time in combat but try to tell people who did multiple tours in Iraq/Afghanistan. The hardest thing in the world to change is old military way of thinking.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Middle River, MD – September 26, 2015
I loved working at MPRI. The pay was great i loved the envionment and having my own work space. I like the busy pace. I didnt have problems with any of my coworkers everyone was nice and helpful. My job provided great benifits as well a chance to advance
i loved dressing professional and casual for work, office partys, benifits bonuses
MPRI (MILITARY PERSONNEL RESOURSE INC) is a company that was started by ex military personnel. It gave me the opportunity to use the skills I learned in the military and transition to a civllian workforce.
Productive and insightful company that takes advantages of its skilled and intelligent employees.
Team Chief, Team Leader (Former Employee) – Kuwait – April 15, 2015
Employee driven company that creates an flexible platform for critical thinker's to thrive. The work could be long days in 120+ degree temperatures but the reward of seeing service members reinforce teamwork and accomplished those mission driven tasks were always worth it.
401k, promotions based on experience and hard work
Enjoyable work relationship with Military personnel
Border Operations Advisor (Former Employee) – IN – March 12, 2015
Lived in a tgird world country on a Combat Out Post. Worked with Company Commander and Afghan Border Police. Learned all about being in the Army Again. Management was distant but helpful in the rear area. Military management was very supportive. Had one partner from company and we worked well together. Hardest part was getting Afghan Border Police to quit being corrupt. Was helping in changing attitudes.
Chemical Agent Manager (Former Employee) – Anniston, AL – February 11, 2015
This company was in contract work supporting the US Government at Anniston, Al. It was a serious and very dangerous work environment. The management was a former Warrant Officer and often thought he was still in the military. You were confined to a 4x4 cubicle and were not allowed to socialize with other contract employees.