"In the short time I have worked for Disys, I have found the staff to be genuinely interested in the well being of all."
"Excellent environment and co-workers. As a Field Technician, I had a great deal of independence, yet still felt connected to co-workers and those who I supported. Sadly the position ended due to COVID19 as demand for hands on IT support subsided due to workers transitioned to work at home. Would love to return if opportunity presents itself."
"I've been providing project management services to Alcon and Novartis for almost 5 years now between two different consulting companies. The difference of those two consulting companies aren't far away culturally except Redtoo cares more about benefits/finding other roles and Disys compensates more."
"I've worked with DISYS for three years now. I think it's a great place to work and the people there try their hardest. Everyone is cordial and does try to do the best work they can. I would say the one thing that does need to be improved in the training of some managers and the improvement of health care benefits/PTO/pay, which can demoralize the employees. Other than that, DISYS is a good place to work."
"I've been working for DISYS since September 2019. The company has a large set of clients within all types of domains and industries. DISYS uses a hybrid recruiting strategy. They hire local recruiters to support local clients or clients with manager contact. They also use offshore recruiting teams in India to support VMS / VMO driven accounts. They are trending towards a more Indian based model, and will most likely implement it across all of their business units."
"I've been providing project management services to Novartis-Alcon since October 2015 working for Red too and Disys consulting groups during that time. I must say the compensation and culture which exist at this company is exceptional. The only problem I've faced is its quite challenging to move up in your career."
"I have worked here for about 4 months - the company on a grander scale is okay, but the main concern is there are too many lower level "managers" and the main decision makers are too busy handling and juggling too many things that individual offices get lost in the shuffle. They want to outsource most of their HR and Recruiting efforts overseas which undermines the abilities and and quality of US-based colleages."
"Good company, nice people there."
"No infrastructure and little support from management with unrealistic expectations."
"It is a good company. Very nice people there. Flexible working enviroment."
"This company has not done anything right since the very first day I started. They couldn't give me the correct code to do my drug test to get hired. They didn't provide me with enough information about how to submit my time sheets to get paid. They still can't seem to figure out what their own process for expense reporting and reimbursement is."
"I have worked with DISYS for over 2 years. I have been very pleased so far. The company recently hired a new program manager to run the project I am currently working on, which makes her the 3rd program manager on this project. She is absolutely the worst person to work for, she lacks people skills and is very rude."
"I was contracted with Bank of America through the temporary agency Disys. This was a very good experience and it was my first time commuting to work. I got along great with my co-workers and upper management. I learned a lot of new things and have applied my knowledge and experience from previous jobs I've worked at. Again, working for Dysis was a great experience."
"Their benefits could be better with Holiday and PTO."
"Since its a contract position I'm not able to get vacation time or any benefits."
What do you like about working at DISYS?
"The atmosphere is great and they really care about the customer service aspect."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Not really, its a great place to work I just wish there was more room for advancement for contracted employees."
What don't you like about working at DISYS?
"That being a contracted employee there is no room for advancement for me."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Consider temp to hire instead of just using contracted techs."
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