Valiant Solutions Employee Reviews

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Could Use Improvement
Senior GRC Security Analyst (Current Employee) –  Washington, DCAugust 14, 2018
It's more so the contract I am supporting than the company I work for which does not seem to realize that people have a life outside of work. Contractors are expected to be tasked with about 75% of the workload vs the Federal Employees
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Good comapny
Regional Information Systems Security Officer (Current Employee) –  Dallas, TXJune 22, 2018
I have asked to move into a role that I can increase the skills I have and get more but no one has talked to me about it. Not sure if I will get into a position that I will enjoy. The company is good to work for but not sure about any growth, it is a small company.
Pros
Good people, perks
Cons
Not sure about growth
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Overall Nice Experience
SENIOR NATIONAL ACCOUNTS TRAINER (Current Employee) –  110 Crossway DriveJune 5, 2018
The people are nice. The job can be unpredictable at times. You get to see the inner working of many company as you implement. Be prepared to be a self learner and motivation to inquire is a must.
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Confusing no where to go
Person (Former Employee) –  Woodbury, NYOctober 2, 2017
A typical day at work is trying to get simple task done and be stopped by 6 others who have opinion but no real expertise in task

I've learned about the human capital management industry technology

most situations that cause employee to leave have to do with bad management. They either hire managers who have never managed people or they hired managers who are accustomed to hide their inadequacies behind layers at billion dollar company- the company is a start-up upon investment the executives have hired people who they thought experts but none of them have no experience in a start-up so they drowning in tasks that they haven't had to do for 20 years and make decisions and practice office politics that are only tolerated in a billion-dollar company because no one is watching a 2017 start-up is nothing like where these people come from they forgotten how to get hands dirty and don't know how to invent new process and/or budget right because they used to just paying someone else do it. The amount of money that is wasted because of their lack start-up ingenuity is surprising


Workplace culture - they jammed together new employees with a old employees half of them corporate, half of them small business and it's bad combination

The hardest part of the job is that no one in the company has any proper titles and/or job description so everyone crossing boundaries and doing jobs they don't have expertise in. Combine this with inadequate management, and you cannot get a single piece of work done with out many forms of input and three days of wasted time going by

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  more... most enjoyable part of the job is workalife balance - nobody gives grief for taking time off or taking responsibilities at home  less
Pros
Gym reimbursement, autonomy
Cons
Management is cutthroat to save themselves
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Workstation overload!
I/T Installation Technician (Former Employee) –  Beaufort, SCFebruary 13, 2014
Meet with Supervisor to receive assign areas.Turn on all workstations to be taken off network sequentially. Replace workstations that are off network. Map new workstations to network,
Pros
I worked with a good team.
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