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5 days ago

Case Analysts (SEVP)

Arc Aspicio Arlington, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Analyst, IT Configuration Management

Arc Aspicio Arlington, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Immigration Business Analyst

Arc Aspicio Arlington, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


5 days ago

IT Information Security Consultant

Arc Aspicio Arlington, VA

In 2011, Arc Aspicio was recognized by Inc. Magazine as a Top Small Company Workplaces award winner. We offer competitive rewards and benefits… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Records Program Analyst

Arc Aspicio Arlington, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


6 days ago

System Architect (FEMA)

Arc Aspicio Reston, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Test Engineers – new

Arc Aspicio Reston, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Functional Analyst (Business-Focused IT)

Arc Aspicio Reston, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Junior Java Developer

Arc Aspicio Reston, VA

In 2011, Arc Aspicio was recognized by Inc. Magazine as a Top Small Company Workplaces award winner. We offer competitive rewards and benefits… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Agile Requirements Analyst

Arc Aspicio Reston, VA

Arc Aspicio is seeking applicants to build our team of highly sought after consultants and technologists as we strive to be the most trusted homeland… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Associate  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Associate in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Arc Aspicio full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    If you're a recent college grad or looking to make a drastic career change (and take a drastic pay cut) and get into the national security arena, this might work out. They bring in a lot of new government contracts by bidding low so there's always new work. If you love low-level administrative work or aren't good at much else, they probably have some opportunities for you.

    Cons

    Low bids on contracts means low salaries for employees; low salaries for employees means high turnover; high turnover means instability; and instability means clients are left wanting and probably won't come back when it's time for the next contract competition. Employees are required to spend extensive time on superfluous company fluff like writing blogs in addition to demanding hours fulfilling client demands. Employees who avoid the sophomoric self-congratulations of the company and focus on client delivery are ostracized by management. Compensation doesn't seem to be tied in any way to results and more on the level of flattery afforded upper management. Processes, while numerous, are immature but strongly adhered to and not suited to the scale of work the company is attempting to do which leaves associates fighting internal battles instead of delivering results. Employees who offer suggestions to management are punished and singled out during meetings. Interview and recruitment process is ridiculously long for a company of this size and for such inconsequential busy-work. Benefits provided don't nearly match industry standards and employees or clients are expected to bear much of the administrative costs of doing business.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start listening to your employees and be willing to change direction and alter arbitrary policy. Bring up your benefits to a level that matches the industry you claim to compete with.

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