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Has no idea what they are doing
Systems Administrator (Former Employee), Washington, DCAugust 1, 2014
Pros: you could learn a few things if you are entry-level
Cons: terrible healthcare, management does not know what they are doing
InfoZen sees employees as an expense instead of an asset. They cut employee benefits wherever possible and will not pay a person what they are worth if they can avoid it.

They are very top heavy, having more management than technical talent. The technical talent is expected to be an expert in everything and is expected to handle far more work than – more... is reasonable with little to do direction on priorities or task management.

The average day is spent figuring out what work needs to be prioritized and sifting through email in between a multitude of meetings. For all of the management that they have you would think the management could handle meetings with the customer and let the technical talent get stuff done, but that is not the case, driving productivity down.

Co-workers are great but InfoZen has no idea how to run a successful business. – less
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Great mission, good people, tense environment.
Asset Management Specialist (Current Employee), Colorado Springs, COMay 7, 2014
Pros: free coffee, ok salary, flexible hours.
Cons: low to no raises, lack of concern for employees as people with families, mortgages, etc.
The Colorado Springs contract that I work on is great due to the mission. For the most part the people are good to work with. Their is a certain amount of tension in the workplace. Much of this is between the customer, and the contractors. I have been at this location for almost eight years, and the tension has subsided quite a bit over the last couple – more... of years.

The corporate offices for the company are in Maryland, and the Colorado Springs staff are in some ways the "red headed step children". Employees seem to be thought of as children, to be seen but not heard. – less
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Company OK to work for
Operations Manager (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CoSeptember 9, 2012
Pros: small company
Cons: headquarters on east coast
Must pay full attention to details. No HR or adminsupport in local area
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Great compensation and benefits, flexible hours and great place to work.
Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer (Current Employee), Colorado Springs, COSeptember 1, 2012
Pros: great location downtown colorado springs.
Cons: contract ending soon.
Good management team results in great teamwork amongst co-workers. The hardest part of the job is making the Government customer happy. Completing the mission every day is the most enjoyable part of the job.