Ensure that you have a project before leaving your company
Consultant/Program Analyst/Project Administrator (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – March 20, 2012
After leaving my job to secure a better position, I was told after almost three months that there was no project assigned for me to work on. The company was sold to Adayana Government not even one month of my hire so I knew more than likely my job would be in jepordy. Over all Vertex was a good company to work for and the managers are really fair, just not open enough.
flexible, good salary and benefits
need to ensure that they have a project for folks.
Laborer (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – June 5, 2018
I learned a lot and appreciate the time I had there. Wouldn’t mind working for them again. I made a lot of connections with other workers on the site. My managers knew I was new to the type of work but they always had time to explain something to me and they trusted me which I really liked.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Scottsbluff, NE – June 1, 2018
the first few months were okay, good training, people you could count on to answer questions were by your side within seconds. The last month was terrible, was told to use our resources and the main resource was the one that we needed more training on
great benefits package
not a consistent set of training for new clientele
Accounting (Former Employee) – Weymouth, MA – June 1, 2018
No need for long drawn out review here. This company is horrible. Full of Nepotism. There is serious lack of training and direction and they can't understand why the turn over in accounting is so high.
It provided me with a new opportunity and open new doors for me, however my objective is a more secure job. Because I have people relying on me. This job provides more security and comes with many benefits that help me in my daily life.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 20, 2017
Paid beyond well for being on the phone all day. Lots of meetings and extremely long, frequent coaching sessions combined with a high workload makes for a longer than normal day. Great benefits, including a variety of commuter options. It felt good to help people in an under served population, just draining after a while to keep up with everything as case managers where being constantly overloaded with expansions and new initiatives. The people there are truly one of a kind with big hearts and a strong work ethic, and the company provides incentive to reward that hard work. Management was wonderful and truly invested in the betterment of employees through development opportunities like promotions and rotations.
Development opportunities, good friends, great benefits, high pay, work hard/play hard attitude
Exhausting coaching sessions, you feel like a robot after a while, work hard/play hard attitude, highly emotional, too much going on at one time