- 5.0May 31, 2023Functional Training Scenario DeveloperCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearGoodfellow AFB, TX
MULTIPLE programs to support and take care of employees. They are NOT all about the bottom line/dollar, but about taking care of their people FIRST in order to make sure the job gets done! For example, they offer a PTO Donation Bank for Disabled Vets, extra time off that you can use when your injuries act up!
Nothing beyond the usual amount of paperwork in order to fulfill obligations and tracking of products/jobs.SAIC Response6mo
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- 5.0Nov 27, 2023Technical Support Agent ICurrent Employee, more than 1 yearEgg Harbor Township, NJ
- Great flexibility with hours - Management is respectful and easy to talk to - Company has a lot of resources available to help grow your career - Great work environment overall
I personally don't have any cons for this company. Everyone I've interacted with has been respectful. Communication is important to this company and it makes this a great place to work.
- 1.0Nov 27, 2023Anonymous ContractorFormer Contractor
The pay was pretty good.
I worked a contract position for a government agency. The SAIC managers were more interested in chit-chat and team-building than in doing any actual work. They declined to follow government requirements in order to do things the way they wanted to. I was forced into multiple meetings a day that were pure chit-chat between friends (I couldn't ethically charge my time to the government because there was no actual work being done or discussed.) Not to mention the endless emails, text messages, phone calls, IM's that had very little to do with work. You have to keep up with an SAIC computer as well as a government computer. I was told in the interview that I would get a flexible schedule and they outlined the benefits but when I started, everything I had been told was wrong. You MUST have a printer. They use a hybrid of digital and manual documentation. You fill out the forms and then you must print them out and physically sign them and then scan them back in and there are a lot of forms and documents.