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Passport Support Associate

CGI Aurora, CO

� Operate various office equipment and machinery in the preparation, processing, and mailing of passports and passport related documents � Utilize… CGI

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    Decent Company, Limited Growth

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    Current Employee - Consultant in Denver, CO
    Current Employee - Consultant in Denver, CO

    I have been working at CGI full-time (more than an year)


    Early on you can get 10% raises every year (although your salary starts low, and this goes away after a period of time)
    Managers are nice and personable
    Company is very successful; reliable work


    Limited growth; the company claims you can "pick your career path," but once they get you in a certain skill set they prefer you to stay there
    Grossly underpay their consultants; will not pay you competitive wages unless you A) ask them repeatedly or B) come in with a new job offer and threaten to leave
    Structure of company is very isolated; very difficult to make lateral moves into working with different solutions or industries
    Very "old school" in how it deals with employees; expects 10-15 yrs commitment and doesn't offer clear training opportunities or paths on how to increase skill set/take on more responsibility

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    To become more attractive to the younger generation, you need to increase the fluidity of your positions and offer more current training programs to learn software that is used more broadly and gain current certifications and skills that are in demand across IT/software consulting companies

    Positive Outlook

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