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15 days ago

Mainframe Programmer Analyst

Brandt Information Services Tallahassee, FL

Seeking a Mainframe Software Programmer with the following minimum qualifications, must be clearly stated on the resume and verifiable via reference… Dice


2 days ago

Web Applications Programmer – new

Brandt Information Services Tallahassee, FL

Web Applications Programmer with a strong background in .Net development with the following minimum qualifications Required Computer Science or… Dice


10 days ago

Application Software Developer

Brandt Information Services Tallahassee, FL

on projects. ERP (Banner), Oracle, TOAD or Mobile app experience a plus. Excellent opportunity for self-starter anxious to assume full SDLC… Dice


19 days ago

SAS Programmer

Brandt Information Services Tallahassee, FL

tables, charts, alerts, and reports bull Collaborate with IT to design, develop, and automate production reporting ResponsiblitiesDeliverables for… Dice


23 days ago

Research Analyst-Needs Assessment

Brandt Information Services Tallahassee, FL

Service Tasks The tasks to be performed by the Contractor staff include the following 7.1.1. Data collection. Creation of 3 surveyinterview… Dice


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    Former Employee - "Help Desk Specialist" Aka A Euphemism for "call Center Employee"  in  Tallahassee, FL
    Former Employee - "Help Desk Specialist" Aka A Euphemism for "call Center Employee" in Tallahassee, FL

    I worked at Brandt Information part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The initial schedule choice (which becomes permanent for 6 months after decided) is somewhat flexible. And money ($11.25/hr).

    Cons

    To start, I was brought in for an interview under the guise of applying for an open Database Admin position (50K/Yr). Once I sat down, call center work was all that was offered to me. When a company has to lie just to get intelligent professionals in the door, you can imagine the lack of respect they have for both current and prospective employees. In retrospect, I should never have taken the job based on that egregious act alone. Once I began work, I was recognized as an over-qualified employee to be exploited for my talents. I was given multiple projects from different supervisors that I was to complete in addition to my usual call center work. The vast majority of the time, the call center work kept me too busy to work on the projects. Although I was never allocated specific time to work on these projects, I would be reprimanded by my supervisors for not having them completed within a certain time frame. Even after explaining the situation, I experienced several instances of supervisors literally getting "up in my face" and demanding to know when these impossible tasks would be completed. It was a stressful work environment exacerbated by authoritarian supervisors. For example: prepare for them to give you dirty looks for going to make a cup of coffee after working for 4 hours straight. Also, you better poop before you come to work, or hold it during an 8 hour shift, because they will start asking questions about what you were doing while you were gone. This literally happened to me. You also have to ask permission to go get lunch/take a 15 min break, no matter how long of a shift you have been working (I have been told I can't take a break after working for 6 hours nonstop). Avoid this place if you value your sanity and don't want to hate your life.

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    None, there is a reason this place is a revolving door. The company values of exploitation and manipulation are so deeply embedded it is highly unlikely anything will ever change.

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