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Things will never change...

(Former Employee)

ProsNotable national clients in both the public and private sectors
Decent locations
Colleagues within office were intelligent and talented

ConsWork/life balance non-existent
Corporate is too quick to implement change for the sake of change
Lack of support from corporate management
One word: UTILIZATION

Advice to Senior ManagementInstead of having a marketing person post an obviously corporate-sanctioned positive review, read the other posts and ask yourselves the obvious questions: Why do employees feel they don't have a healthy work/life balance? Why do employees feel there are not many opportunities for growth within the firm? Why are talented employees leaving? Do you know all of your employees in all of your offices? Do you interact with employees or just dictate?

Lose the attitude of "We sign your paycheck so do what we tell you to do." Every company is out to make a profit but not every company does it by keeping employees under their thumb. Start treating all of your employees as your equal and with respect. Little things like business cards and e-mail signatures. Unless you have a college degree or are in an upper management role, you cannot have your title on your e-mail signature or on your business cards. Really? How much time did you waste coming up with that policy?

The "Information directly from the CEO every two weeks" is boring. Majority of employees scan the document and close it. Since an all-company meeting is out of the question, try a web conference so at least you add somewhat of a personal touch to your communications. Senior management, including the CEO, should visit each office for at least a day to get to know all of the employees and the work going on within each location. If you can find the time to attend golf outings or car races, you can find 44 days out of 365 to visit each office.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    The way company operates MUST change!

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    I have been working at Transystems


    Pros: 1) Sufficient opportuites for professional growth 2) Opportuntiy to work with some very experienced, talented, and smart… Cons: Individulas are very hard to work with. There is total lack of team spirit, and people forget the common goal , i.e., delevering… Advice to Senior Management: Change your way of managemnt, else you'll loose lot of good people to competetion. Concentrate… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Great employer with nationally recognized projects

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    I have been working at Transystems


    Pros: Talented employees Nationally recognized projects Fair treatment across all offices Offices across the… Cons: Some employees do not want to see change Some employees do not want to be held accountable Some employees dislike that communication… Advice to Senior Management: Continue the course. It has worked for years and while… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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