Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – March 28, 2018
It seems that many developers there do not actually hold a degree related to CS or SE, and instead learned java programming after. This made development very frustrating, as most solutions to problems were hacks that usually caused other bugs down the road. No code quality checks or solid documentation made debugging very, very annoying.
Good benefits and solid pay, cafeteria in the building
actual work very depressing and mundane, legacy software upkeep
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – August 6, 2019
The job is easy (material handling). Can be very slow or quick paced... except even when it's hectic, people move as if they are on their way to sleep. The management is too laxed on this issue. May sound like a dream, but if you like to get things done and do your job efficiently, it gets extremely annoying working with others.
Principal Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – December 14, 2018
Cut through "matrix ed" environment with middle management that is clueless to what their reports do... Micromanaged by "mother ship" in Sweden - not a very inspiring environment for those with an ounce of creativity.