Help Desk Lead/Technical Writer (Current Employee) – Fort Belvoir, VA – August 30, 2018
They are on the west coast and pretty much leave you alone but if you need that support, it's hard to get. The people that I converse with on a somewhat regular basis, or have conversed with (CEO, COO) are good and decent people but they don't have any influence on our daily operations as a sub-contractor.
Secretary II (Former Employee) – Port Hueneme CBC Base, CA – July 18, 2018
The current manager is a joke. He doesn't like you, then you are screwed. HR was a joke because even though I had proof of doing what I was told to do by management they used it against me. Then to find out that other contractors I worked with got paid a minimum of 10 dollars more an hour for the same job made me realize how cheap the company is.
Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Ventura, CA – March 30, 2018
VSolvit does not have a clue how to run a business, and they know even less about how to manage people. There are very few managers who know how to develop their employees, and the CEO and her husband treat everyone as disposable as toilet paper. The company culture is unstable and reactive. One moment they have a sound strategy and then the next day it will change, for no reason at all. If you are desperate for a job and just need a paycheck then this could be the place for you. The place is also good for the folks that are on the contract projects.
Low pay, inept management, poor communication, poor treatment by management, reactive business model
Jr. Marketing Design Analyst (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – October 27, 2017
It was a good job for in between classes. I was able to work from home 10-12 hours per week. Primarily was doing market research and competitor analysis. It taught me a little bit about how large government contracts work and what to expect in that type of company.
Entry Level Analyst (Current Employee) – Ventura, CA – January 8, 2017
It is a great place to work and gain experience. Everyone is helpful and management is great. The projects are interesting (for the GIS team at least) and the team members are always encouraged to participate and help one another.