Senior Business Analyst Key (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – May 7, 2018
The atmosphere is toxic and unhealthy for most people. Would not recommend anyone to take a job working with this company. They do not care about people and even though they are a very diverse work place they are extremely prejudiced. You can count on one hand the number of people of color who have been promoted past a project manager.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – April 11, 2018
ActioNet is a generally relaxed place to work with plenty of nice people. Some departments are overworked. The pace of some projects can be unnecessarily fast, causing lots of stress. Some workers get sick from overworking, yet feel pressured to continue working from home and not resting. Star workers leave after 1 year.
At times relaxed place to work, nice people, decent pay
Some departments work at an inhumane pace, causing inordinate stress and high turnover.
Never worked in such a hostile environment as this one. The Baltimore office (WindsorMill) is very racist. Only way you can survive here is if you are 'WHITE" or part of their "group" if not you were alienated and later left to fail. They won't do anything to help you be successful. They have no policies and procedures. The turnover was like a revolving door with minorities. You stood a better chance if you were white working in this environment.
9 hour typical day, very fast pace, friendly staff, excellent manager. There isn't any job security if the government contract ends so does you job unless you are hired on the Corporate side. There aren't normally many vacancies at the Corporate office so you will receive a lay off.
Net Developer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 22, 2017
Don't like this company of the Work/Life Balance and Job Security, and Management, and the culture. Not recommend to be hired for this company there were no respect for a loyalty employee who contributed with excellent works.
I ran the largest contract ActioNet has. I was the SR Corporate Recruiter and I stepped in as the "Acting Recruiting Manager." I learned a lot about Government contracting and gained a lot of experience.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Vienna – March 20, 2017
There is high turnover in this company. When a contract ends there may or may not be monetary compensation. To move up you must leave the company. Your yearly review is more to make a bad list of your qualities for the sake of letting you go in the future. The managers they hire are unqualified and separate teams rather than support. One time I was asked by a manager that they want me to go to their office and give them updates on my status, when they took more vacation than I did.
Linux Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Lanham, MD – November 12, 2016
Good place to work. Benefits are okay. Nice supervisor. I didn't work with other ActioNet employees at my job location so I can't tell say much about ActioNet employees and work environment. However I can say that I had a very good team who work together very well.
PROJECT ANALYST (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – October 19, 2016
I enjoy my job as a project analyst. I have learned several tasks since starting this position including report management. I have also learned to become more detail orientated and a better multitasker. I enjoy all of my co-workers and have learned more than I could ever ask from all of them.
Network Support Technician (Current Employee) – Scott AFB, IL – September 7, 2016
Employment was good, unfortunately contract ended. I have no complaints about company, and happy they gave me the opportunity to work for them. I would encourage anyone given the opportunity to work for them that it's not a bad move at all.