Booz Allen Hamilton – Charleston, SC
of experience with providing Java development using Agile development… Booz Allen Hamilton
Booz Allen Hamilton – North Charleston, SC
Key Role: Design and build Java Enterprise Edition (EE) applications to support the Navy, including client and server applications that access and… Booz Allen Hamilton
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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I have been working at Booz Allen Hamilton full-time (More than 5 years)
The workload was great, the pay was competitive, it was a nice challenging engineering position with ARINC (which was bought out by BAH in 2012, and transitioned into the firm in 2013/2014). Benefits were par for the course, coworkers were friendly and agreeable, and for contract work, they do a good job of keeping people with billable work.
No promotion path, pitiful raises for even the top performers, citing economic reasons and the need to keep costs down to be competitive, and at the mercy of the people bidding for work. Better hope they bid good work for you instead of work that you're overqualified for. There's been a fairly large and concerning exodus of senior staff and management in the past year, and incoming work has gone from design and engineering to cable fabrication and manual labor. Benefits got "restructured" a few times (and restructuring is never to benefit the employee) and the job is nothing like it used to be
Advice to Management
Internal promotions. Make people feel like staying could actually be beneficial. I've watched many younger employees come in, work 3-4 years, and go somewhere else to get a promotion to something they should have had a year or two ago. Managers come in, do a few projects and leave. Promotions could actually give this office some stability instead of the astronomical turnover rate that we currently experience.