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Senior CNO Analyst/Programmer

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems Fort George G Meade, MD +2 locations

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Thomas W. Kirchmaier
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    Just Okay

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    I have been working at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems full-time

    Pros

    -It is important work, and it is nice to know you are making a difference for the military.
    -The schedule is very flexible and every other Friday is off.
    -You have the ability to work from home when necessary.
    -The benefits are decent for people who already spend a lot on health.
    -The compensation is good (at first).
    -There are lots of charity events and opportunities for networking and volunteer work.
    -Managers have two performance reviews/discussions a year instead of just one to get some feedback.

    Cons

    -The benefits seem to get worse each year.
    -You had better be happy with your original salary, because raises are a joke unless you are promoted.
    -There was a huge amount of turnover in my department which completely changed the work environment.
    -Management doesn't seem to care about the lower level employees; it's all about maximizing profits.
    -Contractors seem to take the place of full time employees, putting much more strain on the employees who stick around.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -It's cheaper to keep an employee than hire a new one, so stop being stingy with raises and bonuses.
    -Make your employees feel like their work is appreciated.
    -Communicate better so we don't always feel completely in the dark about important issues

    Doesn't Recommend
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