I worked at Convergent full-time (More than a year)
Helping train the individuals hired.
Pay scale, constant changes in management, management not valuing or caring about employees, no work/life balance, management lies to clients about various issues and expect trainers and supervisors to do the same, HR department changes constantly and know about bad business practices and issues with management but work with them to cover it up. Company has been sued a number of times for illegal business practices. $14/day per diem when traveling for the company.
Advice to Management
Value the employees, bring the pay scale up to a competitive wage, promote better work/life balance. When there are employees traveling for work, give them more than $14/day per diem.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Convergent in March 2012.
I was hired in through a temp agency. Randstad to be exact. Once you've accrued a certain amount of hours, you become permanent with the company. The interview was really easy, just ask about your past experiences and you take a typing test and a call center test. TRC staffing is now there, not randstad, so that is who you would apply through.
Convergent Augusta joined forces with the The Bridge Ministry of the CSRA to host a Mother’s Day giveaway for the Homeless. Convergent donated many items and made hygiene/ snack bags and baskets for the homeless ladies in our community. The drive was a great success and greatly appreciated by the community. We would like to commend our Team members for their selfless act of kindness
Convergent Montgomery held a pancake feed fundraiser for the ACT Foundation in Applebee's. All proceeds went to St. Jude's. They were able to raise $1,4440 in 2 hours and had a blast doing it!