National Government Services
National Government Services – Baltimore, MD
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National Government Services – Denison, TX
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National Government Services – Boston, MA
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I worked at National Government ServicesPros
Work at home is the best reason to be here.
Most employees are friendly.
Note this company has multiple types of work, hence many reviews of good and bad. Based on location, they are accurate. Some locations are much better than others, just as some are managed better than other departments.Cons
Little chance for growth.
Concerns and complaints stop at management.
Improvements in systems are lackluster or non-existent, leaving IT programs to frequently crash.
Very poor communication.
Inadequate number of employees for the department. Some departments have been running short on full time employees for years leaving others to be overworked and stressed.
Very little training for your position.
Benefits keep decreasing
Pay is average/sub-par to competitors
Stop threatening employees with pay and bonus cuts in order to make them produce more work.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Training is needed, clear guidelines and work instructions need to be present.
Management needs to communicate and respond.
Plan ahead for projects and have appropriate resources available.
Hire more employees instead of working at a deficit and expecting them to do more.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO