Computer Security Manager (Former Employee) – Stafford, VA – November 23, 2016
Where do I start? I applied to the position of Computer Security Manager and was contacted by a recruiter. I went through the phone screen but I did not hear anything back. Two months later, I receive a call about the position and go through another phone screen with a manager, then I am contacted again by a recruiter.
The next week I receive a phone call from the manager stating that they were expecting me for an interview! They were waiting for me in Stafford to show up for an in-person interview.
Here is the problem! They never contacted me to set up the interview. The recruiter was fired the same day that I spoke to her but she set up my interview but did not tell me. The recruiter from two months ago was also fired.
The HR manager contacted me and asked if there was anything that could be done to continue the hiring process but I said NO. I explained to him that when I interview I am also interviewing the company. InfoReliance had two chances and screwed up both times. InfoReliance performed poorly during my interview process and I have no interest in working for the company.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 24, 2016
I have worked at InfoReliance for over two years and it has been the best work experience in my career so far. The company has many top-notch consultants that are great to work with. The management team has a strong vision for the company and gives individuals the opportunity to take ownership and control their professional growth. Leadership recognizes excellence and challenges you to be better.
Operations (Current Employee) – Washington/Metro, DC – July 14, 2016
Impressive tech consulting firm with solid past performances in coveted spaces. Individuals that are motivated and driven will excel and move up quickly. Company is very generous and pay is competitive.
Senior Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – March 15, 2016
InfoReliance Corporation is a great place to work, but too much work is placed on certain teams at once. There is a lot of stress within the Headquarters office and you can tell if you've been working there for a while. Zero communication between executives, they sincerely need to work on this.
Pantries/Supply stocked, coworkers, no micromanaging
no growth internally, zero communication between executives
##### (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – August 7, 2013
Seemed like a great job at first but then they put people in charge that were idiots. Found out that they were hiring their friends and putting them in high positions. Things quickly went downhill with the project until the client found somebody new. Not us.
Before that, they made it into a very stressful place to work. Turned into the worst place I had ever been since working at a fast food restaurant when I was 15.
It turned into a lot of backstabbing and nonsense to the point where people didn't trust each other. Worst than a typical day in high school. Very unprofessional and childish behavior coming from the management. Most of us did not feel safe working there.
Incredibly stressful for no reason. Left for a new job and it was like night and day.
Met some good people who shared the same experience but left too and we will probably be life long friends. They are doing great after moving on to new companies.
Be prepared to work a lot of overtime - doesn't matter which project you are on. If you ever wanted to witness corruption and favoritism, work here. They are all about hiring friends and putting them in lead / senior management positions (most are not qualified). They expect you to worship the principal staff - only a couple of which fit the title. Co-workers were great - since we were all in the same situation, we clicked well. Hardest part of the job was the scope creep - constant scope creep because there was not a single manager that would stand up to the customer as they demand additional things that could only be implemented one of two ways: lots of overtime (of which is not paid) or schedule slide (which NEVER happens).
There were some good times - enjoy projects as they kick off, it's the only time you'll work 40 hour weeks.
Keep in mind - the only way to get promoted is to work more than 60 hours per week and to have worked on multiple proposals for winning contract bids.
Decent location, decent pay.
Management will throw you under the bus before they admit they are wrong.
Recruiting Manager (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – October 26, 2012
As the Recruiting Manager at InfoReliance, I have insight into how things work across the company. I've been here for almost 2 years, and I have been very impressed and satisfied in my job.
Overall, InfoReliance is a great company, especially for people who are self-motivated, who want to be engaged, and who like to problem-solve and innovate. The culture very much supports those who bring solutions to the table and act as thought leaders. This is a great environment to expand and find new confidence in your skills and knowledge. This is a collaborative environment while at the same time recognizing individual contributions and expertise.
Management is very involved and engaged, there is a "real" open door policy, and input from all levels is encouraged.
My job is often varied, often challenging, and often fast-paced, but it is in a way that excites me rather than overwhelms me, and I know that I have support from my coworkers and managers.
supports innovation, rewards results, great work environment, strong management