Senior Computer Specialist/Analyst (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 25, 2017
I think IR treatered me well. It was the first time I had benefits when working as a subcontractor for CSRA. I got PTO Paid time off [vacation]) where the rules changed exactly the opposite as tge CSRA rules.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 16, 2017
If you're just looking for a paycheck, this is the place for you. The benefits and salary are competitive, initially.
If you're considering joining InfoReliance, you need to negotiate upfront, be content with the role/job you applied for, and have zero expectation of growth.
There is no incentive to do well because although your title may change, your salary will not. You will not have the opportunity to go to training or obtain certifications, unless you do it on your own time with your own money.
Senior Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – February 6, 2017
I/R was great in terms of culture and people. Unfortunately, they were a bit presumptuous when it came to the business they thought they would win. It may have served them well to be more honest with themselves about the possibility of winning government contracts.
Senior Cybersecurity Consultant (Former Employee) – Washington City, DC – November 2, 2016
I was with i/R for almost 2 years for them to offload me like a rotten egg. I asked several times to be moved to another contract and they didn't utilize my skill set optimally. End the end they mentioned they didn't know what I did...look at my resumé people.
The lack of diversity in the executive staff was unnerving. I felt pigeonhold there and was forced to "flip my badge" to another company. They stated, "it was mandatory". The management was the worst. As a disabled vet they treated me horrible.