CTS (Computer Technology Solutions) – Birmingham, AL
CTS is looking for a Quality Assurance Lead experienced in manual, automated, and performance testing, who has a passion for solving problems. At… CTS (Computer Technology Solutions)
CTS (Computer Technology Solutions) – Mobile, AL
As a QA Test Specialist, you will get to learn all about QA and the software development lifecycle. We’ll train you in all of the specific tools and… CTS (Computer Technology Solutions)
CTS (Computer Technology Solutions) – Chattanooga, TN
CTS is looking for Software Developers experienced in C#, ASP.NET, the .NET framework, and SQL Server who have a passion for solving problems. At… CTS (Computer Technology Solutions)
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I worked at CTS (Computer Technology Solutions) full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDoesn't RecommendNegative Outlook
Good for newbies just out of college, who don't know any better about the salaries available and are 'yes' people.
You are looked down on, even after you've proven yourself. Those senior to you act like they know everything and you know nothing. Promotions are very dependent on getting certifications although they claim otherwise. Want a promotion here? Good luck. Oh, and they give you four weeks of vacation to start. Sounds great, but good luck every trying to take it. Oh, and they don't compensate you for parking, which to me was a big deal since I worked uptown. You supposedly have Fridays off, but God forbid if you live by that. There's a weekly meeting on Friday that you're not "required" to go to, but you are looked down on if you don't go. My advice to you reading this: stay away. Your upward mobility will be severely limited, your salary lower than most other companies, and all they worry about in the meetings is revenue. People are rarely celebrated, nor are their achievements celebrated, unless they put in 80 hours a week, even though they're only compensated for 40 hours a week. They throw you a dog bone every three months for 'hazard' pay, but it in no way makes up for the overtime you work. The execs are laughing all the way to the bank.
Advice to Management
Be more humble and teachable, you DON'T know everything. Invest in people, don't tear them down. Get over yourself. Promotions should depend on performance, not getting certifications to maintain your GOLD CERTIFICATION WITH MICROSOFT.