Accountant (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – December 14, 2017
Working hours are very relaxed, and working from home is rarely a problem. It's the only place I have ever worked that encourages people to either work from home or take PTO during inclement weather. They really care about their employees.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Merrifield, VA – September 17, 2014
Logos has been a great employer to me. The culture is very relaxed, the benefits are great, and the pay seems very fair. The management are largely engineers and scientists, which I appreciate. The technologies they develop are extremely interesting, and I am proud of the contributions I have made.
My only complaint is that, as an engineer, I see no clear path to advancement. The engineering team is relatively small, and it has such a low turnover rate that everyone pretty much stays put. There are some opportunities to move into program management, but if you want to remain strictly a technical contributor, options for growth seem more limited. You may find that there is no one above you from whom you can learn, and no one below you to whom you can delegate the more elementary work. If you are comfortable with this, the job can be highly satisfying.
Casual work environment, good benefits, high degree of autonomy
Operational Site Lead (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – February 19, 2014
For a small company, Logos really cared for the employees. Everyone got along great & it was a fun place to work. Overseas, we all believed we helped the military & took great pride in our professionalism and force protection efforts. I would have loved to continue working there, unfortunately, there was nothing available for me when I got back from Afghanistan.
Very flexible work environment with great pay and benefits. Questionable management and questionable ethical company culture
Program Control Analyst, Kestrel Program (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – November 4, 2013
Company is very corporate focused although it is solely a Gov't Contractor. Internal processes and policies make it difficult to execute program objectives. Management rather not know of potential issues and problems - so they can avoid making changes. Mastering office politics is key to job security.
Benefits, salary, and work schedule flexibility
Management and lack of business development, and business processes