I have been working at Tatitlek Corporation full-time (More than a year)
The reason I posted here is because I read that last review from someone at TwentyNine Palms.... No one has worked on that mission since mid 2014, so not sure why they would not be complaining about it... Tatitlek, like other government contractors, has an ebb and flow of business and contracts that are defined by the government and may last only a couple of years. That will generate people being upset when they lose their job, but that is expected in government contracting space. Don't take a job under a government contract if you want stability and long term employment because it isn't going to happen. My experience with Tatitlek has been great. In the past few months they have hired and promoted some heavy hitters into the senior management and are making positive changes to make sure Tatitlek and all of its subsidiaries are strong and competitive. They pay above market and have a good fringe rate and they always follow the SCA rules and pay on time and accurate.
Some of the contracts are short term so you may not have long time employment if you don't work at the corporate level.
Advice to Management
Good to see the new leadership and moving the company forward!
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Tatitlek Corporation in October 2015.
I applied online through the company's website. Within a week, I was called in for an interview. The interview process was fairly easy. They went over the job description and responsibilities. Then told me all the requirements that I must have in order to obtain a position i.e. drivers license, secret clearance, and hs diploma. They asked normal personality questions and wrote down responses as I spoke. They were all really nice and made me feel comfortable.
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