CWI Inspector (Current Employee) – Cheswick, PA – October 24, 2018
System One has not given raises and at the same time taken away from the benefits. used to have 401K but they eliminated that. Management tells employees that they can't afford raises or benefits all awhile purchasing multi million dollar homes and vacation homes for themselves. It's a good company if you're looking for contract work but not for a career.
Senior Cost Analyst (2yrs. 10 mos.) (Former Employee) – Oak Brook Terrace, – September 10, 2018
I was a cost analyst on many projects, and assisted to aid several of my cost associates in crunch times. I was assigned to several project managers to track their projects. I enjoyed these responsibilities
Contract employee (Former Employee) – Ft. Mill, SC – August 30, 2018
Sysytem One was a fun company to work for. The pay was fair, and they make sure you get trained for the different positions they place you in. The staff is down to earth and friendly. It's a competitive industry that they staff for, so the only down side is when there aren't enough jobs, it may take quite some time to get staffed.
Operations Assistant (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – August 27, 2018
I learned how to communicate with other through phone, email and messaging. Learned how to schedule flights, and rental cars, also how to do invoicing and file paperwork and also online programs that aided in handling multiple jobs at once.
Janitorial Worker (Current Employee) – Warsaw, IN – July 13, 2018
I did like the job but I lived and hour way I just didn't like the drive. They do have meetings every week to keep you updated on what is going on in the company . There is also training to keep you up to date with any new products to make your job easier.
• Performs inspections and FMIs on warrantee cars of Amtrak. • Provide maintenance support for the Branch and investigate electrical problems. • Ensure compliance with all applicable policies and rules.
Applied for a construction labor contract job at a government facility. Job was advertised at 34/hr to start within a week. A few weeks later was contacted to start job but at 21/hr. State scale wage is 34/hr for construction labor on a secure government facility not 21/hr. Everyone should be aware of the Davis-Bacon Act for prevailing wages!