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- "Good Benefits and FTO." (in 366 reviews)
- "Good pay and high" (in 180 reviews)
- "The people that I worked with on my project were great people to work with and very professional." (in 140 reviews)
- "Some projects want you to work just 40 hours so the work life balance is great." (in 86 reviews)
- "Fair and competitive salaries." (in 83 reviews)
- "Poor management and unrealistic metrics." (in 96 reviews)
- "Basically it is up to your direct manager if you are ever going to be rewarded." (in 49 reviews)
- "No training on systems" (in 43 reviews)
- "The upper management is/was aware of the mistreatment of employees and does/did nothing about it." (in 37 reviews)
- "No job security" (in 30 reviews)
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- 1.0Aug 9, 2021Senior Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsNorfolk, VA
Excellent PTO but all holidays are included with the PTO Flexible Work schedules and Working from Home policies
Advancement only possible if you have a 'Favored' mentor NO, again NO real HR department, all handled via email and NO Face to Face communications, in turn harassment occurs on a daily basis without any recourse other than quiting. Expensive benefits, > 140% increase from previous year Unless at the headquarters (Virginia) the site is treated as a thorn Reviews useless, Once a year where your input is not really used.1CACI International Response3y
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- 1.0Jun 19, 2018Background InvestigatorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWashington, DC
You can get promoted to the next level investigator if you break your back and work 97 hrs/wk without logging the hours so your metrics will be unaffected.
The metric system is ridiculous. Horrible clients. You drive everywhere but that drive time is part of your productive hour metrics so, even though you can spend up to 1.5hr/day driving, that 1.5hr is considered as part of your productive time so you better find a way to type and drive at the same time. You cannot escape work; you work from home and you will work all the time. Good bye, life. CACI pays $18/hr in NOVA area to investigators, which if you think covers the cost of living, then you are out of your mind (Hello concurrent employments!). If you choose the highest health insurance coverage plan, then apprx. $500/mo will be paid by you. Insurance coverage is practically non-existent.11
- 3.0Apr 19, 2022Special InvestigatorFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Good job for those who are fresh out of undergrad. Solid pay and benefits for the most part. Hands on work and training, so you're not entirely lost. The people you meet on the job become life long friends and family.
Work from home and requires MAXIMUM amount of privacy. MUST HAVE A CAR: 80% of the job is field work, so if you live in NYC and you don't have a car, factor in your commute as it does take up most of your day. A lot of work with pretty strict deadlines: You can get assigned 10 cases a week and you can get assigned 25 cases a week, but they all have deadlines and everyone will be on your case about meeting them. If you can't handle that kind of stress, it's not for you.
- 1.0Mar 30, 2017Background InvestigatorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAlexandria, VA
Work from home and make your own hours. CACI as a company is great. You can expense the miles you put on your car.
The job is super stressful, and has sales-like metrics that are nearly impossible to hit. The people are disinterested in you are why you are trying to take time out of their day. Half of your job is cold calling people like a telemarketer. The pay is not high enough for how much work you have to do. Also, if you hate the job you can't quit for a year unless you want to pay back whatever the security clearance and training costs are.9
- 4.0Feb 27, 2023Business Operations ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsChantilly, VA
Great people, make an effort to reward through bonuses. Also have a career mobility program to help people stay challenged and engaged. Also provide programs with the flexiblity to allow people to work from home or remote.
Not always generous with bonuses. HR has a lot of power when it comes to salaries like giving raises and bonuses.
- 4.0Mar 16, 2020Talent AcquisitionCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
CACI is heading in a great direction and is moving more and more into the direction of high-performance. CACI recently acquired Next Century (THIS COMPANY IS GOLD, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING). YOU WANT TO WORK WITH THESE PEOPLE!!! THEY ARE SMART, INNOVATIVE, AND CARE ABOUT THEIR WORK! CACI is lucky to have them. It's only been 5 months since the acquisition and there are already improvements being made to internal organizational processes after the guidance Next Century has provided to CACI. The CACI leadership team seems to be listening and striving to be better...the employees experience at the company is getting better and better each day. CACI technology is literally at the moon. AMAZING! CACI really encourages internal mobility. If you are interested in taking a different direction in your career, CACI is more than happy to consider employees first for positions they are trying to fill. JUST APPLY! Work life balance is wonderful. Most people can work from home if needed (unless they work in a classified environment).
Acquisitions can be tricky...adding more people=more opinions and change management can be tough because of this. Accommodating so many people can be quite challenging. There are different benefits packages internally depending on what division of the company you are part of. It would be nice to have one consistent benefits package for all employees.
- 1.0Dec 6, 2018InvestigatorFormer Employee, more than 1 yearPhiladelphia, PA
Great if you want to work from home and be on your own
Youre on an island by yourself most of the time1
- 1.0Aug 27, 2022Background InvestigatorFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Work from home and ability to control your day-to-day calendar.
Unrealistic and unattainable goals topped off with horrible national and regional leadership. Expectations are ridicoulous. This position will burn you out.3
- 2.0Jan 7, 2018InvestigatorFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Training was in depth and very informative. This job is great for individuals that like working independently and traveling to different locations. Work from home depending on area of assignment. Good area managers who are constantly communicating with area teams.
The job requires you to reach out to individuals so as to set up interviews, and if these individuals do not contact you back or refuse to interview management blames it on you. You will be staring at a computer screen for many hours writing reports. While I was there all of the standard protocol was changing and thus every department was at different steps of this process and it caused a lot of miscommunication and work place stress. Not a great place to be personally because separating work stress from home stress was near impossible.5