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10 days ago

System Engineer, No Travel

Avanade Washington, DC

-Understands and participates in high-level project estimating, planning, and deliverable… Avanade


6 days ago

Sr Analyst, Infrastructure

Avanade Washington, DC

May be involved with the following: -Platform Migration: Migrate platforms to the latest Microsoft operating system - Server Consolidation: Maximize… Avanade


29 days ago

Business Development Executive

Avanade Washington, DC

At Avanade, business and technology consulting isn't just your career…it's your passion. And that means more than just working with new innovations… Avanade


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    Stay Away - Lowest Pay + Worst Management

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    Former Employee - Senior .NET Developer  in  Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Senior .NET Developer in Washington, DC

    I worked at Avanade full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    glassdoor requires that I put in at least 20 words for Pros. But this company has little to no pros. You can imagine why Microsoft loves this company.
    It's a technology company, that's about the only Pro I can think of.

    Cons

    One of the worst companies to work for.

    Pay is very very low, such that it is truly not worth working for. That's because the company's revenue to number of employees ratio is very small.
    There are many companies big and small in this area who pay double or more than what this company pays.
    The company is very cheap and does Microsoft's bidding in terms of driving down the pay rate of developers and engineers.
    Management also lies. They will lure you in, by promising to increase your pay if you show quality work. But that will never happen. The pay raises are an insult. It comes nowhere close to the rate of inflation.
    If you have a family to feed. This is the last company to work for. Specially with the level of inflation we see these days.

    To add insult to injury, you will also be Micromanaged. You will not be treated with respect by Management, rather they are quite rude and arrogant.

    I can write up more Cons, but I believe the two, Very Low Pay and Being Micromanaged, are enough to help those with self respect stay away from this company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Micromanagement? Seriously?
    You actually expect people to do quality work or stay for the pay you give them?

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