Network Engineer (Current Employee), Ashburn, VA – February 15, 2014
Pros: very aggressive and gaining and maintaining contracts. very generous with referral compensation.
Cons: if your not located in the dc area your support structure is very limited
With the phase of rapid expansion that Intelligent Decisions is currently experiencing there are a lot of room for growth. Recently Intelligent Decisions broke out of the "Small Business" category and they are fully exploiting the ability to grow unbounded. However with this rapid growth there are a few growing pains. As well unless you live in the – more... DC Area there are very few positions of upward mobility. – less
Helpdesk Support (Former Employee), WPAFB, OH – August 6, 2013
Cons: everything else.
The project manager I had was horrible. He does not care about the associates. The company voluntarily furloughed us in order to get the contract extended, but gave us no warning.
The pay was below standard for the type of work I was doing. Because we were furloughed we lost 20% of the below standard pay for 12 weeks. The company was already paid for – more... the contract so they pocketed the 20% they stole from us.
Benefits were ridiculous. Paid almost $300 a paycheck for family and had $50 copays. This past year the copays doubled from $25 to $50
My particular job there was no room for advancement, even though I was advised by the hiring manager I would be flipped within a year.
The only positive part about the job were the co-workers. We worked as a team. – less
Helpdesk Support Specialist (Current Employee), Tracy, Ca – August 17, 2012
My typical day consists of sitting behind a computer for 8 hours. I have improved on my computer skills since coming on at this job. My direct managers are easy to work with and accomidating. The hardest part of my job is not being able to contact administrators when they are needed. The most enjoyable part of my job is having co-workers who are easy – more... to get along with. – less