I worked for this company for a little over a year and it had it pros and cons just like any other company. Starting off you basically had to figure out what your job was, it seemed like they give you a job description that doesn't match up with what you actually do and they can add more responsibilities as they go. A lot of the staff are friendly and helpful but the management isn't so good. I resigned after working for this company for about 14 months. I was under attack constantly by my immediate supervisor who is the VETS lead, he was harassing me for months and I brought it to the program managers/his friend attention and nothing was done. They sided with each other no matter what the situation was. The situation with my supervisor that prompt me to resign was when I reported to the HR department that I felt uncomfortable when that my supervisor slaps the male employees on the butt every week made me feel uncomfortable. Also, he would read bible scriptures in the team meetings he sets, I don't share the same religious beliefs as him and didn't feel right having to sit in a meeting that he sites scriptures and pray without any consideration of anyone else's denomination. I was retaliated against by reporting all of this along with other injustices to the HR department. I was stripped of my duties and at the conclusion of the Human Resources department investigation. I was told they the supervisor promised not to grab mens butts anymore at work. I wonder if they would of took it more serious if it was a woman that reported she felt uncomfortable seeing her male supervisormore... smacking other males on the butt.less
VETS is a company that invests in its employees, including on-going opportunities for training, education, and certifications. For those willing to advance their training and skills, VETS offers excellent advancement opportunities.