Pros: leaving on time; able to interview at other places because site director was never there
Cons: insanely high turnover rate; everyone leaves roughly 1-4 months after being hired
A typical day at work consists of the participants complaining; site director giving inaccurate information to staff and participants, site director lying on government paperwork so she could keep her contract; dirty restrooms; womens' used sanitary napkins on the floor; rude participants; co-workers looking for jobs elsewhere; high turnover
What I learned was to trust my first instincts when you walk onto a job site. I should have. I knew it was a disaster; do not "settle" for a position
Management is a joke, especially when your degree is from a low rate, online university
Co-workers are intelligent, funny people. They kept me entertained and motivated at the place
Hardest pert of the job was working for an idiotic site director
Most enjoyable part of the job was walking out at 5PM every day.
Overall, I would not recommed this place to anyone. Every one of my coworkers is looking for employment elsewhere. Even the PM of the DC office is looking (dont let her fool you). Everyone has degrees and experience that trump the director. She is rude and says some of the most politically incorrect non-sense on the planet. Read the other reviews on this site, they are correct. I know two of the reviewers and they are excellent employees. They are proud that I left and are looking to leave as soon as it is possible.
RUN FAR FAR AWAY