Operator/Laborer (Current Employee) – Ft. Hood, TX – September 19, 2018
I work with adults that act like teenage children. The adults will nit pick at each other, tattle if you sneeze too loud, complain about literally anything just to try and put your job security on the line. I do not recommend this job to anyone looking for career advancement or a good work environment.
Senior Executive Administrator, Certified (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – August 30, 2018
This was a great company to work for. I started out as a temporary employee and was hired full time. The work was hard, but fulfilling, and my input was valued. I did many aspects of government contracting and it great.
Senior Network Engineer/System Administrator (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – August 26, 2018
Great place to work where you find it challenging and fun. Co-workers get along well, which makes for a great environment to work in. There are a lot of different technologies in place, making for a great place to learn.
Army Configuration & Process Manager (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – August 20, 2018
Superb work and surrounding people. A joy to come to work everyday. Set the standard, I am the subject matter expert and NCI come to me for advise. The company has assisted when required in software integration and development
Good people and management to work with. Salary wasn’t enough, plus I wasn’t able to job re-locate at that time. Also, I was driving from Indian Trail to Concord. So i wanted to go back to school and find something closer.
Wasn’t allowed to leave my desk except for short breaks.
Database Administrator (Current Employee) – Fort Polk, LA – May 8, 2018
Company does not care about employees as evident in their practices. Weak 401 matching. No sick leave. If your contract job has a holiday that the company does not have, you get forced to use your leave time.
Very laid back IT environment with knowledgeable people.
System Administrator (Current Employee) – Tinker AFB, OK – April 26, 2018
My typical day at work is an early meeting with my helper and our boss about what we are going to try to accomplish for the day. From there the tasks were delegated between me and my helper and we set out to accomplish said tasks.
I learned how to build an windows image with Microsoft Development Toolkit, how to deploy said image individually since none of the machines that were imaged were on a LAN. I learned how to create group policy for individual machines and apply said policies. I learned how to scan machines for security vunerabilities, and how to fix the vunerabilities.
The workplace is very easy going. I get along with everyone in my office.
Hardest part of the job was trying to implement a secure image with set group policies in a non networked environment.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the relaxed environment. Everyone knows their jobs and performs them with no issues.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Endicott, NY – April 2, 2018
Most of the management was easy to get along with but their is alot of favortism. They do have insentives every month and competitions between teams. Dress code is strick. Changing our getting the shift yoy want is hard because it's about senority.
Operations Planner (Plant Superintendent) (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 29, 2018
I would recommend this company to anyone wanting a steady career. Great benefits with plenty of work for everyone to get the hours they need. Members at this facility treat everyone like family and have the helping hand needed for all lines.
Collector (Former Employee) – Vestal, NY – March 21, 2018
I took the time to become a very good debt collector, one of the top collectors. There was no recognition for this achievement.My stay there was less than 1 year as I was offered an opportunity with another company.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vestal, NY – February 26, 2018
Very un productive, long hours minimal breaks, and lunches. It was very stressful. People fighting in the break room, We could not cook popocorn in the microwave because management felt it to be a discraction.