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30+ days ago

Java Script- Web Developer

C2 Portfolio Essentials, Inc. Alexandria, VA

Our client is a high-tech small business focused on the development and application of emerging technologies that solve complex problems within the… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Mid-Level Java Developer

C2 Essentials Fort Belvoir, VA

Experience with JavaScript, especially with ExtJS (a JavaScript library). REQUIRED EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION College Degree REQUIRED SECURITY… ClearanceJobs.com

30+ days ago

Java Developer

C2 Portfolio Essentials, Inc. Fort Belvoir, VA

• Analyze requirements, developing designs, implementing/testing software/web applications as directed by the designated AE2S technical lead… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Java Developer

C2 Portfolio Washington, DC

• Demonstrate ability in system analysis, design, development and implementation of Internet, multi-tier Client/Server applications and Intranet… Glassdoor

C2 Essentials Reviews

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6 Reviews
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Jackie Asencio
2 Ratings

    Not a place to build a Career

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    Former Employee - Payroll Specialist
    Former Employee - Payroll Specialist

    I worked at C2 Essentials full-time for less than a year


    Nice professional/casual work environment. Many little office parties and celebrations. Pay and Benefits were good. Some staff members were great to work with.


    While encouraging Team building, this office has cliques and 'pets' that prevent a team atmosphere. Training on in-house system is not structured. This is purely an 'inside the box' company that fails to timely review and implement new compliance issues. e-mails are continually monitored and staff members do not own or take responsibility for what they do. Not a place to build a career.

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    Turn-over will be high as long as you fail to trust your staff and their abilities. Increase the size of your payroll team to handle the workload and create a training manual.

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