First I want to say that Rollout Systems is a smaller company that knows your name and who you are which makes me feel like I have a voice and am important to the success of the company. The corporate office is well managed and in sync with the employees from the onboarding through the day you start your job, and well into your job. They answer their phones. The contracts are government contracts and some of them have hourly wages set by the government and supervision from the prime contractor, which I think brought on the negative reviews. I personally feel the compensation is more than competitive. I have no complaints and don't know of any of my co-workers that do either. I've experienced education opportunities, personal and position growth, quarterly meetings where we learn updates about the state of the company, business generation, bonuses opportunities and benefits. The company president is available. I've had a lot of recruiters contact me, and I'll keep turning them away. I like the people I work with, see the same professionalism and attention to detail I believe in, and want to be a part of the company's success. I've provided referrals to the company and will continue to do so. Recommend you give them a chance, glad I did. I'm happy here.
Direct access to program management, very good salary and benefits
Anything that happens during the day is expected in the course of the job, is an opportunity to overcome and not related to Rollout specifically. That happens with any job.