Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – March 20, 2016
The job itself is not difficult. Repetition with the systems will make it much easier. The pay is low. Not enough for anyone to comfortably live off up. The lack of room for advancement is a huge big problem for me. While being told that there is room for advancement, it is extremely limited. Hours and flex schedule is a benefit. The benefits aren't horrible either but of course they could be better. The company does seem to be expanding but honestly not sure how long it will take before anyone sees that growth. Overall, this a great start for some professional experience. I wouldn't say this is life long position to have.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – November 10, 2018
The position itself is very easy once you go through training, also very structured, not too much leeway. Supervisors are nice for the most part. Everyone has cubicles nice lunch and break area, also a silent room and room for breast pumping. The hardest part of the job may be meeting monthly criteria and keeping to your work schedule. The best part is meeting new people. Also there are many company potlucks, activities, and prizes given.
Company perks, pay, meeting new people
Keeping to strict schedule, meeting monthly criteria
No room for advancement, they continue to hire from the outside rather than promote from within. Little flexibility with work/life balance. Management has a lot to be desired. Owner is not very engaged with employees.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – College Park, MD – July 23, 2018
I was released from my position because the I was processing 38 - 39 claims per hour. Their reasoning for ending my contract is due to me not being able to process 40 claims per hour. But I know the real reason is because I spoke up!
After I was released, and contacted HR regarding my last pay, the HR representative asked me if I'd be interested in coming back. My response...."No Thank You. You did me a favor by ending my contract."
That place was a stressful environment daily. Management was not professional. The supervisor would talk all day, yet would expect workers not to. And my peers would continuously talk throughout the day, making it difficult to focus. And don't get me started with micro management.
Worse place I've ever worked!
Short breaks, and no benefits. Stressful work environment. Unable to focus or concentrate!
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Berwyn Heights, MD – July 21, 2018
From the time that I was employed there, it was a lot of craziness going on. The hours were ok, full time and benefits were granted to certain employees. I would work here if only it was my last resort.
Specialist (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – June 22, 2018
Overall, T-Rex corporation was an okay company to work for. Being a government contractor, they definitely held their employees to a higher degree than most other companies that I have worked for. Most of the main issues that I have exist due to the companies that T-rex were contracted with and their employees. The pay could have been better, but it was still reasonable.
Decent pay, Company prefers to promote from within rather than hire from outside
Be wary of the contract you will be working with, as well as the employees that work for it.
This was an opportunity to grow and gain experience. The work environment was innovative. It was a pleasure meeting people with so many diverse backgrounds. Making friendships and aquaintances that have far outlasted the temporary project. It can be stressful working on a temporary project. But a positive mindset goes a long way. This was truly and unforgettable experience.
Data Entry (Current Employee) – Greenbelt, MD – April 3, 2018
This company is not a good place to work at. It want to live by the saying that we are all T-Rex, but in reality it is just the Main office and the little branches. This is a company that really put money over the hard working, and loyal workers that they have.
Data entry (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – February 20, 2018
Started here was good but trying to advance is quite hard since they decided to longer promote with in the company, they did at first but for what ever reason they stopped! I know plenty of people who applied for supervisor position and they still hired out side who had to be trained and never worked in a call center before
Knowledge Manager/Business Process Analyst (Former Employee) – Greenbelt, MD 20770 – January 11, 2018
I've been working for contracting companies for almost 3 decades; T-Rex is definitely in the top 10%. Small company where I was a name, not just a number. Pay was competitive, coworkers were extremely well qualified, and home-office admin/management were a delight to work with and for. I really enjoyed working for them, and if the opportunity arose, would be happy to work for them again.
Excellent Opportunity for Admin Assistant Training
Data Entry Clerk Trainee (Current Employee) – College Park, MD – December 19, 2017
Great training opportunity for those with little to no job experience. I learned important skills that are relevant to an office job. Management personnel were always helpful and provided emails for updates accordingly. The workplace culture can honestly be disheartening, however--other employees prefer to interact with their own peers or people of similar backgrounds to their own. The hardest part of the job is hard to say, as I worked less than 20 hours per week. But, it may have to be the lack of busy-work if you are in the training program. The most enjoyable part was how informative the material was during the training.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – College Park, MD – November 18, 2017
This company does not like to spend money. If a computer is broken, they'd rather run through every other option, instead of replacing the already old computer. The pay sucks, and there is no room for advancement.
Lot of places to eat near building
meager pay, not valued as an employee, everyone is for themselves
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Greenbelt, MD – October 28, 2017
T-Rex is a place that welcomes you in the door give you plenty of training and step back and let you set your own tone in were you want to be in there company by the way you work hard and excel or take multiple days off and fail.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 23, 2017
Worst place to work HR have nasty attitudes. Job description not worth the pay the 3 week training is not helpful at all. They hire u to leave your current job the position is not permanent if they feel as though u are not catching on to the information in training they will fire u instead of trying to help
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – College Park, MD – August 2, 2017
I worked there from October 2016 - July 2017; I personally enjoyed my time there, my co workers were fun to work with they made my day go a lot faster. The managers tried to make sure that we were always comfortable and could perform our jobs in as much comfort as possible. Day to day the environment was very relaxed, our dress for work was casual business wear. The most difficult part of my job was trying to meet the contractor's requirements. We were responsible for inputting HCFA forms into a program, the contractor required 40 forms per hour, I was unable to meet that requirement.
Unfortunately, the contract they had us working under was extreme and I couldn't meet the requirements that the contractor wanted.
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – College Park, MD – July 14, 2017
If you're looking for a place to start working until you find something else, then T-Rex's College Park office is the place to work. It's easy money, with a chill staff. As long as you do your part management is cool. It's not that diverse in culture, but the people seem really cool.
Metro accessible, right over top of a shopping center, lots to learn
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – College Park, MD – February 27, 2017
T-rex was great. A typical day at t-rex was coming in and starting your work witch is data entry for medical insurance. the management at t-rex was great very patient and understanding but also great leaders. the work culture was very different but very comfortable and the employers were great people.