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Apex Systems Co-Founder Jeff Veatch
Jeff Veatch
58 Ratings

    It's all about the bottom line.

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    Current Employee - IT Support Specialist in Norfolk, VA
    Current Employee - IT Support Specialist in Norfolk, VA

    I have been working at Apex Systems full-time (less than a year)


    Working for APEX on the NMCI/NGEN will show you what the bottom of the barrel IT job really is. You will strive to be better and work for better companies or just get out of the IT field all together.


    The turnover on the NMCI/NGEN contract is unreal due to how bad the contract was written, management decisions and only looking out for the company and not considering the employee at all. Not only does APEX have no concern for traveling IT techs but they agree to contracts with so much red tape that make filing travel claims virtually impossible for the tech to receive money back. As a traveling tech for APEX expect to spend your savings to live off of while on travel but don't expect to be reimbursed for a good chuck of it when you file your travel claim later. They make money on the backs of traveling techs then turn around and spit in their face when they ask to be reimbursed. To be told that you only get compensated for gas as long as you travel over 50 miles one way or have to travel 50 miles to work then turn around and travel another 50 miles from your office out to a site and still not receive compensation for gas or a rental car is unbelievable, however this is standard excepted practice at APEX. On top of all of this the benefit package offered by APEX is a joke at best. If they can nickel and dime it, APEX will!! Then they turn around and blame it on how the contract was written and not the inability of management to look out for the people working on the contract.

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    Unless you want to continue to have hi turnover and low quality of employees on the NMCI/NGEN contract I would advise actually looking out and standing up for the guy that is out in the field representing your company everyday. It's not hard, there are a lot of companies that actually do that. Maybe you could look to your peers for guidance on how to treat employees and have a happy work place instead of always looking at the bottom line and making your employees suffer.

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