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30+ days ago

Senior Application Developer

NCQA Washington, DC


30+ days ago

Application Developer

NCQA Washington, DC


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Margaret E. O'Kane
3 Ratings

    tempting at first, but harsh reality sets in

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    I have been working at NCQA full-time


    the staff are great people to work with, most are friendly and easy to get along with across all depts.

    good benefits offered (if you are allowed to take advantage of it),

    pto options and health care packages are above standards


    a good work-life balance depends on who you work for and what dept you're in. just because they give good PTO and flexible work hours doesn't mean every employee is allowed to take advantage of it. (it is at the discretion of your manager)

    consistent pattern of people that have either worked here for 10+ years or people with less than 3 years experience, most likely due to high turnover for particular departments, and inconsistency in what the company says they are changing in work-life balance for staff, and how staff are actually treated.

    Management frequently forget that 60+ hours per week is not the norm, and expect you to do the same.

    Job descriptions are commonly changed to what they feel is appropriate for their needs, without considering employee's input in the matter. if you disagree with their expectations, they enforce "shape up or ship out" mentality.

    HR has no way to mitigate employee concerns on fairness or issues with workload, because some management have 'tenure', they have worked for too long in that dept to have any HR actions against them.

    intolerance of error is common, and often the "messenger" of the error gets partial blame.

    the company states that they strive to be a "great place to work", issues with consistently low survey responses are never dealt with appropriately.

    favoritism happens often.

    career ladders are short for particular positions with no room to grow.

    Doesn't Recommend
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