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  1. 5.0
    Current Employee, more than 10 years

    Best of the Best

    Jul 1, 2016 - Controller in Centennial, CO
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    The amount of knowledge and growth to be gained is astronomical. I truly feel that the work done at FAST makes a difference for our clients and the product is unique and works to the clients needs. The family atmosphere makes working together as a team satisfying and successful, as well as the out of office adventures and team building. I have met a lot of different and unique people after being with FAST for 10 years. I'm proud to be a FASTie.

    Cons

    The work at times can be difficult, but I think we all love a challenge. Overtime should be expected, but with FAST paying for those extra hours it really makes it worthwhile. Traveling/relocating is also expected, and sometimes the family atmosphere makes it difficult to move to the next location. However, each project site is welcoming.

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  1. 5.0
    Current Employee

    Great

    Nov 9, 2022 - Implementation Consultant in Centennial, CO
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Overall, a great company and experience.

    Cons

    You have to move every so often.

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  2. 3.0
    Former Employee

    Good For a Few Years, Then Takes a Huge Toll

    Oct 15, 2022 - Software Architect 
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    - Great health insurance - Opportunities for career growth - Travel (if you like traveling) - Good job security a la working in the government sphere

    Cons

    - Poor work-life balance - Working OT is seen as a virtue and not as harmful to mental health - Bouts of extreme OT can persist for weeks or month at a time where you very literally might have no time except to work and attempt to get a few hours of sleep, 6-7 days a week - Upper management does not advocate for your mental health. Just says “it’s only for a few weeks longer” or “it’s only a few more hours more per day” - Not enough time off - Work from home does not exist or is iffy on some projects - Product is extremely proprietary so your knowledge in the industry as a whole can go stale

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Fast Enterprises photo of: The Montgomery Area Food Bank is doing everything possible to combat hunger and food insecurity in Alabama. FAST donated $100,000 to help the provide 650,000 pounds of food to those in need.
Fast Enterprises photo of: ASTies have been busy this summer! Columbus Tax FASTies supported their teammate in a local community theater production he was in. #yFAST
Fast Enterprises photo of: FASTies have been holding school supply drives to give back to their communities. Arkansas FASTies collected items to donate to their local schools. #FASTiesGiveBack
Fast Enterprises photo of: Arkansas Tax and DSVS FASTies met up at a local park to enjoy a picnic, yard games, and volleyball to welcome new members to both projects! #yFAST
Fast Enterprises photo of: Montana FASTies volunteered in Symphony Under the Stars - a free concert hosted by the @helenafoodshare. FASTies helped collect over 18,000 pounds of food during intermission.
Fast Enterprises photo of: Hawaii FASTies created a giant spam musubi for the canned food drive they hosted this month!
Fast Enterprises photo of: Frontline Foods Denver started serving frontline workers by buying meals from local restaurants. FAST donated $300,000 to help with their efforts.
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