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    I would not recommend working here

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Arlington, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Arlington, VA

    I worked at InterImage full-time (less than an year)


    This is a small consulting / IT shop. Initially it showed hopes to offer some unique experiences and I had hoped for the more intimate and closely knit project teams I was to be placed on. To some extent the environment was intimate and made for a close team experience amongst the developers. I can also say the Development team was staffed with bright and energetic people. The other pros would be the free soda pop and snacks in the kitchen.


    Absolutely no flexibility and no upward mobility. Joining a smaller firm of course will come with limitations, but this place turned out to be a case study of what not to do when managing a small firm. The owners never made themselves available or known to the team until issues manifested into larger problems. The 2 main operations managers were split directly down the middle. The main manager being open, knowledgeable and understanding but non confrotational to the point of avoidance. The assistant manager being unprofessional , uninformed and abrasive personality , to the point of being offensive. There is a severe lack of professionalism in general on the management side, and huge gap in communications between management and development teams. Any suggestions to modify current business practices were completely ignored.

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    Get out from behind your tree and look at the forest. Listen to your employees. Solve issues and answer concerns before they grow and disrupt not only your project teams, but the entire work place. There seemed to be various and re-occurring issues that had been identified by several employees within your organization, that simply went unanswered. It's always best bet to deal with problems instead of ignoring them and losing more talent and eventually more clients.

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