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.
Sub-Contractor (Former Employee) – United States – February 1, 2018
They wanted to hold your money for the full 60 days and pay 20% less for work I could get through another contract. In short, we had a job contracted through two different companies, cabling a large chain super store. We were offered 8 opposed to 10 grand anywhere else you go and then they waited the full 60 day pay period. To me, its just, I don't want to work for a company that seems like they are pinching pennies when it comes to paying their employees.
Customer Service Representative II (Former Employee) – Endicott, NY – January 10, 2018
you don't feel like a person, just a number. while some managers were very good and tried, others were very poor. lots of favoritism. not everyone was able to receive a raise, very few were given out and some people were promised advancements in pay and it was never delivered.
Entry level position for those wishing to enter the healthcare field
Program Integrity Analyst II (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – December 28, 2017
The position is a contract job for Medicare. Lack of training and management consistency make the difficult job of healthcare and Medicare/Medicaid even more difficult. New, younger management only want development their way.
System Administrator (Former Employee) – Fort Lewis, WA – December 9, 2017
Unfortunately lots of competition between the contractors and GD employees. They didn't want to give us access to do our jobs even though we had completed security clearances. Relegated the contractors to menial jobs that wasted our skills and wouldn't allow us on projects. Shift difference to reset the servers was hard cause the normal daytime shift didn't change.
Learned skills necessary to be a system administrator
Affords a good balance between work and family life
Supervisor, National Grid (Current Employee) – Endicott, NY – December 6, 2017
If you're looking to work for a company that truly depicts the definition of teamwork with a diverse workforce, NCI is a great choice. They strive to provide a positive work environment that focuses not only on delivering excellent customer service but also on developing the skills of their agents to ensure future successes. NCI understands the importance of balancing work and family life and therefore, offers a great deal of flexibility with work schedules.
Numerous performance incentives, flexible schedules, paid time off, 401K with employer match, health insurance
Senior Network Support Technician (Current Employee) – Hunter Army Airfield, GA – November 21, 2017
Nci is a great company to work for and provides good benefits and a great working environment. The only reason for wanting to leave, is that I believe that I am more than ready to be a network manager, or in a supervisory position.