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19 days ago

Sr. Systems Engineer/Java

MYMIC Arlington, VA

- Systems Engineer The Systems Engineer will provide Java development expertise in efforts to support the Joint Staff (JS) Joint Organizational… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Global Force Management Data Initiative (SME)

MYMIC Arlington, VA

• Ability to support the government in the development, updating, and review of new and existing policy documents, to include DOD Directives, DOD… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Net Ready Knowledge Engineer II

MYMIC Arlington, VA

Period of Performance: Period of performance shall commence on 18 Sep 2014 and end on 17 Sep 2015 with one option… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Functional Analyst (NMMES)

MYMIC Washington, DC

for the development and maintenance of shore based ship maintenance and logistics systems. NAVSEA 04I Program Management Office-Information… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Process Modeling Developer

MYMIC Portsmouth, VA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs. •Develop business process solutions Model end-to-end business processes… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Computer Based Training Developer

MYMIC LLC Portsmouth, VA

Provide required CBT development support to team of developers tasked with creating and updating SOBT… Glassdoor

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    Bad Culture, Bad Leadership, No Future

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    • Culture & Values
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    I worked at MYMIC full-time


    Benefits are average for this type of business. Salaries are decent but not great. Work life balance and working conditions are generally good. There are quality people working there in some areas.


    *Senior leadership has no experience doing the work, but are convinced they know more than the mid-managers or employees.who are doing the work.
    *Senior leadership routinely uses the Corporate staff to make up for bad business decisions.
    *Vision consists of "wanting" more revenue and more profit without ensuring adequate resources, vision or strategy to be successful.
    *Success is informally measured by how many hours you are at your desk working, regardless of whether it leads to anything. There is no formal measurement of success. .
    *Personnel are often hired for one job description but end up executing a different one after hire, then punished for not being able to meet expectations for the new position.
    *Expectations are extremely high without supporting justification.
    *New job titles and pay raises are awarded without a supporting performance system..
    *New positions are created without a corresponding balance between responsibility, authority and accountability.
    *Employees move in and out of senior leadership's good graces based on the latest whim or business focus.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Replace yourselves with others who genuinely care about the employees and who know what it takes to be successful in the government services environment.

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