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2 days ago

BPM Designer, Senior Java Developer – new

CGI Jersey City, NJ

o Expert in BPM development processes in all phases of SDLC (e.g. capturing proper business workflow requirements, solution… CGI

3 days ago

Architect, Senior Developer - ESB

CGI Jersey City, NJ

A ESB architect/Sr.developer with hands on experience to design and develop enterprise class services using the Enterprise Service Bus software… CGI

2 days ago

Director, Business Development - Banking and Capital Markets – new

CGI Jersey City, NJ

Business development across multiple lines of business within the bank. Business areas include capital markets sales trading, asset and wealth… Ivy Exec

6 days ago

Java Application Developer

CGI Federal Bloomfield, NJ

Skills: • Application… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Project Manager- P&C Insurance – new

CGI New York, NY

for a large scale Commercial Auto Policy Admin and Rating System implementation. This person will be responsible for leading matrixed delivery teams… Ivy Exec

2 days ago

Director, Consulting Services Financial Services – new

CGI New York, NY

We are seeking a Director, Consulting Services, who will have senior responsibility to develop, implement and maintain a strategic account sales plan… Ivy Exec

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    There are several great projects, and plenty of opportunities, so unlike many consulting companies, you are rarely "on the bench" for an extended period of time, and you have several options if you want to move to another project. There are a lot of great people to work with and learn from, and the work/life balance is great. CGI is a great place to begin your consulting career.


    CGI, at least in the Federal sector, has a high turnover rate, and in my view, there are several reasons for this. For one, the company does a very poor job of providing training. Learning as you go has its benefits, but also its limitations. It also is known to pay slightly under market, and raises can be rather paltry, with no bonuses given. The company is notorious for giving promotions without accompanying raises. The health benefits have deteriorated signficantly in the past several years.

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    If retaining valued and knowledgeable employees is truly valued by management, increase salaries. Any salary increase under 3% isn't really a "raise", because it's less than the rate of inflation.

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