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"Facilities Manager - Overall building maintenance at Airport hub."

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Former Employee - Facility Manager in Shāh Valī, Kurdistan (Iran)
Former Employee - Facility Manager in Shāh Valī, Kurdistan (Iran)
Recommends
Negative Outlook
Approves of CEO

I worked at DynCorp International full-time (More than a year)

Pros

All building maintenance. HVAC/Refrigeration.Electrical,plumbing,power generation,Fire Suppression systems.

Cons

Ongoing deadlines. Unskilled co-workers.Time off period.

Advice to Management

Hire skilled co-workers

Other Employee Reviews for DynCorp International

  1. "Listen to the words I have to say"

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    Former Contractor - MCS/Manager/Logistics Specialist/Executive Administrative Assistant in Kandah, Parwan Province (Afghanistan)
    Former Contractor - MCS/Manager/Logistics Specialist/Executive Administrative Assistant in Kandah, Parwan Province (Afghanistan)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at DynCorp International as a contractor (More than a year)

    Pros

    "None" There are no perks, personal growth, or any other pro's for the regular and contract employees

    Cons

    The training with this company, there is none. The compensation is when you have relationship with the Regional Managers, Site Managers, and Directors in order to be promoted. This company does not value their employees at all. Military personnel that are without rank are mistreated and the civilians are treated even worse, if a Supervisor, Manager, Lead, and/or Senior does not like them for whatever the reasons. Even if reported to HR it is not followed through professionally because those in charge are friends with HR and it does not make it to the process of helping out the employee that is being mistreated. What happens overseas is unjust and if a true HR Manager from other companies could see how contractors are treated regardless of their race and culture and religion. The Project Managers' should go out and talk to the lower paid employees (whether it be Americans, or Foreign Nationals (India, Bosnian, or Africans); employees are being misrepresented by this company and their Management in charge. The Foreign Nationals are being scared into losing their jobs and not being able to support their families. Managers not even knowing how to respond to emails or compose a letter or instructions to be sent out to their employees and/or Upper Management. There are no standardization in policies, instructions, Standard Operation Procedures, and HR being bias. There is not enough of pay for the treatment that is endured by employees, no values, as well as exceptions as to the ways of speaking of what you go through. You are forced to sign all of these forms to say that you agree to put the company in jeopardy of losing contract for satisfaction of the company, but yet they forget about the little people who actually perform the jobs and put their necks out daily. There are not modified protection for the Foreign Nationals or Americans when put in danger or a dangerous situation. The emails go out but there are no set offices for the persons to go and talk to Employee Relations or Investigators without the Manager or Regional Manager knowing before you do because of HR releasing information to them for warning. There is nothing good about this company, even when speaking with people/friends that work stateside.

    Advice to Management

    CEO, stateside Directors, and Project Managers need to visit overseas more and have one on one with employees without the overseas Management being in site. Listen to the people that make you the millions of dollars in bonuses each year!!


  2. "Sometimes overwhelming - but it is what it is."

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    Current Employee - Transportation Manager in `Alījān (Afghanistan)
    Current Employee - Transportation Manager in `Alījān (Afghanistan)
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at DynCorp International full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Compensation is just about the only pro

    Cons

    Away from home, in a war zone

    Advice to Management

    Let managers manage.

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