Pros: able to work from home some times
Cons: high heathcare deductible plans; bonuses not given to everyone; too much gossip and "click" teams
Co split from SAIC. Problem is that UNLESS they get rid of management, they still act like SAIC and you constantly hear, "that's how we did it". Problem is, they are not making money so everyone takes a chance with their job with layoffs while upper management still tries to pretend they are a new and different company. Benefits are ok but nothing to brag about. They contribute to 401K; however, if you lose employment within 5 years, they take back their contributions -- what???? Healthcare has very high deductible. For a company this size, should have better choices available. Difficult to work with people who were SAIC employees as they do not know how to do things differently. All I heard was, we did it this way and management would not support you if you went outside the box. People are generally friendly. However, I was subjected to not fitting in with the "click" since I was outsider. This team acted like little children and complained about everything you did that they didnt like and, what's worse, the VP of the department let it go on and even encouraged it. Horrible working condition!! Adopted new "open environment" working stations -- no privacy; everyone can hear everything. Of course the VP has has office; what? Company needs to settle and get things in place and have upper management that has a vision instead of doing it the same. Maybe then they will start to make money. Bonuses were only given to a "select" few which is inappropriate. Why should some get it? Moral of this story: Don't work for start-ups which is what this company is right now.