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DDC Advocacy Employer Reviews

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Great people but changing company
Current Employee (Current Employee), Washington, DCFebruary 5, 2014
I have enjoyed working at DDC. There is a great job culture and comradery among employees. Many of the employees are mid twenties to mid thirties.

I do not think that all of upper management has their fingers to the pulse of the culture and the employees. Information is slow to disseminate and there are a lot of changes going on currently.
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Productive and challenging workplace to work
Manager/Director of Software Development (Current Employee), National Harbor MDOctober 8, 2013
A typical day of work involves managing a team of developers to deliver high quality software for SAAS based product using Agile methodologies.

Design and architecture to produce the best quality software.

This also involves day to day production support activities;
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Entrepreneurial company with great people.
N/A (Former Employee), DC areaDecember 14, 2012
Pros: positive culture, excellent benefits and compensation, interesting work.
Cons: national harbor, md headquarters.
DDC Advocacy's products and services are leaders in the marketplace. There are always interesting projects and campaigns going on. The culture makes for a positive environment. However, the National Harbor location isn't exactly a plus. It isn't located near any convenient Metro stations or other public transportation options, and it isn't in the most – more... appealing place in PG County. Most employees would prefer something similar to the DC location or at least an urbanized suburb like Arlington. Turnover with the business development team is also higher relative to other areas of the company - this is the only department I would advise against working in. – less
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Great place to work
Marketing Manager (Former Employee), Washington, DCAugust 10, 2012
The company has a work-hard, play-hard type of attitude. Had we not relocated, I would have not left the company.
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A firm without a clear identity or direction
Sales Executive (Former Employee), National Harbor, MDFebruary 27, 2012
Pros: competitive pay and benefits
Cons: inept management, lack of focus/identity, depressing culture
There isn't a clear focus within middle and C-level management. They go after any business comes their way, even if its not in their wheel-house. Hard to determine what their core competencies are. Management has no connection whatsoever to its employees, their names, who they are, how hard they work, what they want, etc.