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18 days ago

Desktop Support

Incepture, Inc. Jacksonville, FL

• Configures, installs, monitors and maintains IT users' desktop software and hardware; supports mobile workforce. • Provides consultation to IT… CareerBuilder

8 days ago

Java Developer (Mid-Level)

Incepture, Inc. Jacksonville, FL

The Developer II Mid-level position (Angular) will be part of a Scrum Team responsible for developing our external facing applications. We are… CareerBuilder

9 days ago

Director - Financial Planning & Analysis

Incepture, Inc. Jacksonville, FL

• Direct the process for developing the annual operating budget. This process involves communication and coordination with all entities as well as… CareerBuilder

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    I worked at Incepture full-time (more than an year)


    Opportunity to get a foot in the door at Florida Blue. Hourly compensation is fair.


    Virtually no communication after orientation. Per Florida Blue, contractors technically are supposed to go through Incepture with scheduling changes, et cetera but oftentimes the line was blurred as to which issues need to be directed to where and whom. Some recruiters are more difficult to get ahold of than others, and some are inconsistent with follow up and/or follow through. Company "luncheons" are more about higher level information than information contractors really need to be aware of. Benefits are virtually nonexistent; one needs to work six months to accumulate eight hours of PTO time, which most end up using to offset weeks with non working holidays which for employees are paid for, but are not for Contractors. Contractors may be let go at any time for any or no reason at all and this is done generally via a telephone call in the early evening on a Friday. It can be nerve wracking knowing that even after work is over, you could receive a phone call for any reason at all or for none whatsoever.

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    Have a more open dialogue with the contractors you hire. Additionally, focus less on being an "AA employer" and more on hiring the best candidates based on stricter criteria.

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