I worked at SAIC full-time (More than 3 years)
Outstanding on-boarding process; Opportunities for career advancement; Veteran-friendly company.
Limited re-mote working/telecommuting positions/opportunities. Many career opportunities highly dependent upon government (DoD) contract funding.
I have been working at SAIC full-time (Less than a year)
Decent Pay, Lower Management seems to genuinely care.
Upper Management seems disinterested, Kept in the dark on contract statuses
I worked at SAIC as a contractor (Less than a year)
-High pay for a college graduate student
-More overtime hours than regular hours (7 day work week/15 hours a day
-Generously reimbursed for use of personal vehicle
-Loved the job and the people I worked for/with
-Lots of temp contracts but few permanent entry-level positions
-Temp work will most likely not lead to permanent work
-No real benefits other than employee stock purchasing plan
-Prepare to spend a lot of time in traffic and long country highways
Advice to Management
While I understand that the company makes a lot of temporary hires to work on special projects as a strategy for cost efficiency the company should use these projects as an opportunity to observe potential candidates for permanent employment.
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