Program Analyst (Current Employee) – Warren, MI – January 18, 2018
Very supportive senior management. Encourages to work together as a team and keep an open line of communication. Very positive work environment. Leadership will go to every extent possible to support the employees.
Senior explosive technican (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – April 25, 2017
great place to work with the nicest family oriented company.i loved the experice I reicieved and the job was very challenging and self motivating.The people as this company took over the contract as a favor to the prior company and never have I been treated fairer or with more respect than this company did.
Senior Instructional Designer (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – April 11, 2017
Benefits are good and it's a "fun" place to work, but there is no room to move up in the company. I understand that working in Huntsville on Government contracts can't be easy for the company either, but it's not a big enough company to let employees be on overhead between contracts.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – December 28, 2016
It is a relaxed place to work not exactly an exciting environment, but there are good people that work there. The company have pizza and employee Halloween parties and nice Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Some of the managers are stand-offish and few co-workers can make you feel guilty asking for help and are very uptight. The multi-cultural ethnic diversity of employees hired with this company is very low.
Company dinners, lunches, and pizza parties
When it comes to multi-cultural diversity of employees, seems as if it does not exist.
Excellent fast paced working enviorment with a great team.
Cybersecurity Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – July 27, 2016
Fast paced environment supporting the gov. customer on the cybersecurity and risk assessment strategies for compliancy. Well recognized by all customer and co-workers on work ethics and output towards the common goal of integration of Simulators to the new DOD policies and procedures in Cybersecurity.
Technical Integrations Technician (Current Employee) – Fort Leavenworth, KS – February 22, 2016
Most days, staying busy and finding something to do is challenging. But don't worry, 4 of your 9 bosses will come by to tell you all the things they don't like about your work area. Even though they clearly have nothing to do themselves.
Managers really do care and try to help any way they can
Required certifications/contract bids/too many companies and supervisors
No complaints. Solid people and ethics throughout the company. As with any small organization there are pros (you are a person, not a number), and cons that are generally beyond any immediate control (many of which are directly tied to the customer's organization).