Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Janesville, WI – June 23, 2018
boss and co-worker left no advancement opportunities boss and co-worker very one sided and opionated will not listen to you as a equal you not part of their inner circle not part of the family not part of their team
The supervisors at Ssi believed in u... I really learned a lot about safety working.there. my fellow co-workers were also good people to work with. Everybody was a team and cared about doing a good job . They was also a lot of OT.which was good but very tiring. The company dressed to us about always double checking orders... Loads... ...and to always double check our coWorkers too.
Trabajador de Asbestos (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 6, 2018
Great job, to bad it was Temporarily. Learned many things hands on at the job. working with asbestos is a very good experience. Doing demolition and using different kinds of machinery. Cleaning the area and wear our gear at all times for protection..
Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 14, 2018
they are ok they dont help much with benefits but they did had some nice dinner party for chrismas and pay good too but i had too, and they have you doing something new every days i had fun but that was just me being me
Easy and simple job, easy to get comftorable in it.
Telephone Interviewer (Current Employee) – Logan, UT – October 10, 2017
A typical work day was simple. Log into the computer and then see the managers desk to clock in with them and see what project you are calling, then settle down in your seat and make your calls and try your best to make every call the best to call you've yet to make. Get as many completes a day as possible. Then when it's tine to go home, you log out of your computer, record how long you were calling and write how many completes you got, then go to the managers desk and clock out with them, then give them your CATI sheet, and go home. You set your own hours and you can decide if you want to stay later or not. Easy to communicate with and very understanding.
Phone Dialer (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – May 30, 2017
The job itself is not fun. Calling people and asking questions on behalf of other companies all day gets monotonous and boring. The environment is chaotic, managers often seem to be unorganized, the desks and computers are filthy, and they break down constantly. I developed serious anxiety problems during my time working there. People who answered the phone were often rude and didn't want to participate. They were flexible with my schedule and understood issues I had, but the job just made me sad.
Productive business and wide diversity of work minded individuals
Marketing Research Analyst (Current Employee) – 8645 South Eastern Ave – August 17, 2017
Productive business with wide diversity of work minded individuals. Always looking for improvement in furthering better quality work. Workers are all driven with incentives for bonuses if going above or beyond in their work.
Technical Recruiter (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 24, 2017
Software specialists is an excellent and challenging place for career growth and to learn things in a professional manner. Good infrastructure, friendly colleagues and management. Best place for long term career development. Transparent work process, good incentive structure and loads of benefits. Rewards and Recognition will always be a part of your hard work. Environment with healthy competition and active events for fun & recreation.
Lead Recruiter (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 24, 2017
When you are doing the same job for almost 7 years, you tend to loose interest in what you are doing, but working at SSI is something which is against to it, you get to learn something new everyday and you are always involved in the smallest part of the growth of the company. This is something which makes you excited coming to work daily. I review SSI as a place which acts as a ladder for you to enhance your skills. Its typically a different workplace, where you have great bunch of people working along with you and also a motivating management.
Working for SSI was fine. Working for CACI, not so much.
Technical Analyst 3 (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – April 13, 2017
I subcontracted for CACI and it was not the best company I've worked for. The management seemed quite dis-organized and always seemed to be putting out brush fires. There was almost no on-boarding training and very little project training for developers transitioning from one team to another.
I would not recommend this company for employment.