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In the past I would use Brightscope to search companies 401k ratings. They have since been acquired by ISS and they no longer offer this information publicly. I am interested in seeing details about your company. (1) 401k plan provider (2) company match (3) option to purchase additional PTO For example, at my company GDIT (1) Fidelity (2) 100% match up to 3% of your salary, then 50% match for the next 3%, making a total of 4.5% of your salary (3) yes, up to 40 additional hrs Guidehouse Booz Allen Hamilton Accenture EY Accenture General Dynamics Information Technology
General Dynamics Information Technology
In the past I would use Brightscope to search companies 401k ratings. They have since been acquired by ISS and they no longer offer this information publicly. I am interested in seeing details about your company. (1) 401k plan provider (2) company match (3) option to purchase additional PTO For example, at my company GDIT (1) Fidelity (2) 100% match up to 3% of your salary, then 50% match for the next 3%, making a total of 4.5% of your salary (3) yes, up to 40 additional hrs EY Accenture General Dynamics Information Technology
Federal Government Contracting
Any tips on moving into government contracting roles without a security clearance? 2YOE in finance, Bachelor's in poli sci. Want out of finance. Booz Allen Hamilton Deloitte ManTech Accenture Lockheed Martin McKesson SAIC Boeing General Dynamics Information Technology
Michigan House of Representatives
Gov Relations background - departing public service. Looking for some help with referrals to the following (my dog is tired of me already): Uber Raytheon Technologies Corporation General Dynamics Information Technology Lockheed Martin Cisco CVS Health Amazon Apple Paypal More than happy to share resume, specific roles, etc. Thanks for any help!
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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
- "Good benefits and very helpful with HR and any admin issues." (in 451 reviews)
- "The pay I think is good for you just sitting at a desk all day taking calls." (in 239 reviews)
- "Great people and easy to work with." (in 182 reviews)
- "Good salary and they encourage and pay for elevating your personal skill level." (in 82 reviews)
- "work life balance is good they are quite understanding of real life" (in 61 reviews)
- "Good to poor management" (in 169 reviews)
- "The supervisors and project managers do not really have it together." (in 69 reviews)
- "No training in many areas other than online Skillsoft kinds of things." (in 58 reviews)
- "Some employees audibly dissatisfied with upper management." (in 48 reviews)
- "A lot of work but no raises" (in 37 reviews)
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- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
I've found my home!Dec 28, 2021 - Data AnalystRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
GDIT is a phenomenal company! I have found my home. They take D&I seriously and their Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are top notch. As an advocate and member of the LGBTQ+ community, this is incredibly important to me. The benefits are better than my last company, but still about average. The pay is outstanding and I still have room to grow in my pay scale. I'm proud to be a part of this company.
I really have not found any thus far. I just hope we continue on the road we are currently on.Continue reading
We are so glad that you have enjoyed working for GDIT. We appreciate the people who make the work we do possible across the nation.
- Current Employee★★★★★
This job is only good for experience on your résumé. I wouldn't make it a lifetime career.Mar 18, 2015 -RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
You move up quickly I went from general information to claims in my first 6 months there. The pay I think is good for you just sitting at a desk all day taking calls.
First thing they say before even going in to interview is you cannot have a phone in the building. Once you are hired if they catch you with a phone it's automatic termination. The rules are ridiculous like not being able to have your keys at your desk no pictures unless they are laminated, you can only have a small bottle of lotion, ect. They stress you over your calls. Everything is monitored and almost anything can make you fail a call 5 failed calls within a 13 week period causes termination. You don't get a raise unless you become a supervisor trainer quality specialist or train in all the trainings they have.
- Current Employee★★★★★
Growing too fastJun 7, 2021 - Project Procurement Manager in Washington, DCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Telework policies were strong before the pandemic, so the infrastructure was strong enough to handle the added burden of the pandemic. Internal training resources and opportunities are increasingly beneficial. I can see that they’re listening to their employees to try and make the work/life balance better.
While not a bad company to work for, they are a very large corporation, and that allows for them to forget about their biggest resource - the people who do the work on their contracts that make them money. A lot of money and effort is being put into personnel programs, but I’m unsure how beneficial they truly are to the employees. The pay can be mediocre and less competitive depending upon if the program was bid properly. It seems like they’ve inherited a lot of underbid programs, which makes their employees overworked and underpaid.Continue reading
- Former Contractor, more than 1 year★★★★★
Not a great place to workMar 21, 2022 - Information Technology in Washington, DCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Pay was great and that was all that I can think of … oh and yes can WFH.
.The management was unorganized and unsupportive. They would post jobs before letting you go ? Who does this ? Be upfront … there were 4 people in my position and had been 4 more since I left …. Do you think there is a problem with management ?Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Analyst ReviewAug 18, 2022 - Senior Analyst in Falls Church, VARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great project and decent benefits
Annual pay increase was 1% each year with exceptional ratings and very hard to climb the ladder
- Current Employee★★★★★
MehFeb 19, 2023 - Field Technician in Norfolk, VARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
You can take off when you need too and there is overtime almost every day.
The overtime can really sap your spirit if you have other priorities as it is basically mandatory. Pay is low for me but probably ok for the position and the OT makes it bearable.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
They don't pay you enough to deal with their incompetencyAug 19, 2014 - Master Beneficiary Specialist in Phoenix, AZRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Relatively decent pay (considering you're just reading from a script 90% of the time). Call center is open 24/7 Base pay is $12.50 + 10% pay differential after 7pm. Ability to advance quickly so long as you do your job.
Increase in pay is negligible compared to the drastic difference in workload you're given. The company will literally hire ANYONE. Which is fine, for those looking to gain experience, but they hire people that can't even hold a job at a McDonald's, because they have ZERO interpersonal skills, are incredibly rude, and dumber than a bag of rocks. So it's no surprise the company has a large turnover rate. More people are getting fired and quit more often than they're getting hired. Most of the supervisors,managers, and whatnot have NO idea what they're doing. Quality monitors on calls are also inconsistent. So you can fail a call for the dumbest reason (Like providing 100% accurate information to the customer, in the most satisfactory and professional manner [according to the customer], but neglecting to read the script verbatim), whereas it would be a pass according to other QA monitors. Did I mention that there is never a supervisor around when you need one? There have been occasions where someone would receive a crisis call, and people are running around the building for about ten minutes before they find anyone. Overall, the company (or at least the Phoenix location) is painfully disorganized. And while there is some room for advancement, you can only go so far, which only a slight increase in pay. By the way, the ONLY time employees get a raise is if they move up. The last time this company bumped their base pay was several years ago. I know people who have been working there for 5 months that are making more than the hardworking (equally competent) individuals that have been there for 5 years.Continue reading
- Current Employee★★★★★
GDApr 27, 2015 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
GD pays well, and they have several good perks. I would say they fit what you would expect from a standard contracting organization.
GD doesn't put a lot of focus in internet network building and culture. Minor perks and rewards outside of general pay and vacation generally come out of the managers pocket. They do a really poor job of maintaining a bench, if you don't find an internal posting shortly after your contract ends you will be laid off.Continue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★
Horrible to employees..Apr 10, 2015 -RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Starting pay was decent at $12.06/hr; full work week and some potential for OT. PTO when calls were slow.
The rules they implement are not only demeaning and ridiculous, but they are ever-changing and NO WAY any one can keep up with them all. They treat the employees horribly. It is one of the most ridiculous places I have ever worked!!Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Upper Management is DisconnectedMay 22, 2015 - Call Center Operations ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Providing the consumer support for the Affordable Care Act and Medicare is a very rewarding and important job. If you can remain focused on the people you are helping and the positive way you are impacting their lives then you will enjoy the workplace.
Very few incentives for employees. The pay is not competitive. The decisions made by upper management indicate that they are not really sure what the 'situation on the ground' is at any given moment. The hours expected from the supervisory and managerial staff are pretty extreme for the level of pay.Continue reading
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