Creative Information Technology
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I worked at Creative Information Technology full-time (more than an year)Pros
+ I started with CITI after a three-month period of unemployment and this was my first post-college job that lasted longer than 8 months.
+ PMPs and offsight management were unobtrusive and supportive in helping me settle into my role as an offsight contractor for the State Department.
+ Even though my contract with CITI expired 15 months after I started, I am still working at State through a different contracting company, so it opened more doors for my career.Cons
- The benefits could be better. Before my long unemployment I came from a tech startup that gave employees a preloaded FSA with $5k on it, four weeks of PTO, profit sharing, a 6% match for its 401k, great health and dental coverage, and paid for my metro. CITI's benefits on the other hand are a modest 3% match on the 401k, decent health and dental insurance, and 3 weeks of PTO, and you must allocate your own money to an HSA/FSA and transportation. To receive one week of severance if your contract expires, you must have worked for CITI for one year.
- The pay schedule is strange, paying employees on the 7th and 22nd of every month.
- Working as an offsight employee can make you feel detached from the rest of the company.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Find ways to better engage offsight employees and provide better compensation and benefits to attract and retain talent.RecommendsNo opinion of CEO