Just received an email today that layoffs are coming for all operating companies and that we will know more in the next month. Anybody know anything else?
Just a FYI of my anecdote - Sterling/Tek took way too long to process my background check. Not my criminal background, just job checks. Ending up costing me the potential job as I started late. These guys are out of control, and need to either ditch... — read more
Nearly 100 people were laid off in the IS department alone the week of May 18th 2020. While a sign of the pandemic it is also a greater sign of the new leadership and growing use of outsourcing. A once great place to work is now less than ordinary. — read more
This would be a great company to work for if it weren't for two things. Management is more focused on cost cutting than anything else - which ends up costing good people and good employees their jobs. It seems they believe the only way to increase... — read more
Absolute truth to this -- a lot of smoke and mirrors but any operational job is going to go. I wouldn't feel good if I was a developer/engineer either.
Any truth in this, I left Allegis in 2009.
With the June 3rd layoffs it is proven that Allegis isn't great anymore. Never would have seen this in the days when Jim Davis and Steve Bisciotti really called the shots. They sound no different than this article now:... — read more
15 people were laid off yesterday (June 3, 2014) at Allegis Group headquarters in Hanover, MD. These employees will be retained until October (or as late as January) to transition their jobs to CapGemini. Their jobs will not be in Baltimore, but in... — read more