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Wonderful working for the bank, Gen10 was OK.

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Former Employee - Technical Project Manager  in  Kansas City, MO
Former Employee - Technical Project Manager in Kansas City, MO

I worked at Genesis10

Pros

Wonderful working environment with the bank, and Gen10 has an excellent relationship with them. They are a well-run organization and with only one exception every single one of the hundreds of people I interacted with at the bank was smart, helpful and very professional. I can't say enough good things about working at the bank.

Cons

Genesis10 tries hard to treat their employees well but fails in several key areas. The benefits are sub-par and expensive. There is the possibility of promotion inside of Genesis10, but I didn't find out about that possibility until my exit interview. Genesis10 allows employees to work from home SOMETIMES, but the rules surrounding working from home are vague, subjective, and selectively enforced.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Shore up your policies and make them consistent through the organization. Be clear about what is enforced, when and why. Your employees have little respect for some policies, and I think that is because they haven't been clearly defined and they are not consistently enforced.

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    Provided great work opportunity, however once onsite, did nothing to manage client expectations or provide feedback.

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    Former Employee - Technical Project Manager  in  Milwaukee, WI
    Former Employee - Technical Project Manager in Milwaukee, WI

    I worked at Genesis10

    Pros

    Amount of time to first paycheck was short.
    Holiday party extended to business partners as well as employees.

    Cons

    Sales staff plugs you in, and you never hear from them again. My contract ended and nothing was done to work with the client ahead of time to determine if there were other work opportunities, which there were, on the client site.
    Staff treats people very unprofessionally. Recruiting, sales and staffing.

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    Strong leadership is needed at the branch level. The inmates run the establishment at this location.

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    Potential to be Great - But Mediocre Opportunities

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    Current Employee - Technical Project Manager  in  Kansas City, MO
    Current Employee - Technical Project Manager in Kansas City, MO

    I have been working at Genesis10

    Pros

    First, I want to say that G10 has opened a lot of positions in the KC area. That is a welcome change, since Sprint is in such a free-fall. The office staff is extremely helpful, friendly and professional. There is almost always plenty of coffee!

    There is always the opportunity to convert, if you are so inclined to court BAC for a position.

    As odd as it seems, G10 is one of the more stable opportunities in the KC area. The bank has an insatiable appetite for projects, and that means lots of project managers. G10 has nurtured a fantastic partnership with the client. That makes for a ripe employment opp.

    Cons

    The staff puts on an "artificial" tough-guy stance with regard to working from home. The official policy is that everyone must work from the office, but some people have not been in the office for several months. That is not an exaggeration. One of the contractors has not been in the office since October, and that is a fact. If there IS in fact a policy, enforce it. If you won't enforce it, dummy-up and accept the facts. If you terminate the offenders, people will start working from the office. You don't have to look past the corners of the 4th floor office space to find some likely candidates for the unemployment line.

    The pay is mediorce. It could easily be increased by getting rid of that silly office space. Everyone knows that the billing rate to the bank is(was) $84.00 per hour. You can afford higher salaries.

    There is no incentive to work harder or be more effectlve. Mediocre Bob makes the same as Rock Star Harry, so there really is no incentive to do anything more than enough to keep your job. (That didn't work so well for the Soviet Union, did it?) Those fake "Program Manager" and "Change Manager" promotions (which seem directly correlated to those who spend the entire day writing news letters and working for the homeless shelters) aren't fooling anyone. There really is no opportunity for growth. But, it's not REALLY a job. it's an extended interview for employment with BAC.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It is what it is, guys. Just get off the "work from the office" line, and you've got a winner.

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