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18 days ago

Lead SharePoint Architect

Project Leadership Associates Houston, TX

•Minimum of 3+ years of SharePoint (2010 and 2013 Experience). Minimum of 6+ months of hands-on experience with SharePoint 2013 design and… TheLadders.com


18 days ago

Managing / Lead SCCM Consultant

Project Leadership Associates Houston, TX

include: • Manage and Assist customers define a technology model that meets the needs of the organization according to the strategy and goals… TheLadders.com


4 days ago

Infrastructure Architect - (Cloud / SAN / Virtualization)

Project Leadership Associates Houston, TX

Knowledge of virtualization using storage products such as EMC (CLARiiON, Celerra and VNX), NetApp, etc… TheLadders.com


4 days ago

Office 365 Architect

Project Leadership Associates Indianapolis, IN +6 locations

• Proven design, planning and implementation experience with Office 365 • Strong experience with… TheLadders.com


17 days ago

SharePoint Architect

Project Leadership Associates Houston, TX

As our SharePoint group grows, we look to add a strong Architect to Lead our team. This role will be based out of our office in Houston. This role… Project Leadership Associates


8 days ago

Sr. Network Administrator

Project Leadership Associates Sacramento, CA

PLA is seeking a Senior Network Administrator at our Sacramento office to help us to grow our Managed Services Group. This technical position will be… Project Leadership Associates


30+ days ago

Director of Business Development – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Houston, TX +2 locations

include: · Prospecting for both business (IT strategy, business intelligence) and technology (Microsoft centric) consulting professional services… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Marketing Coordinator – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Chicago, IL

• Possess a strong work ethic and desire to learn and grow within a fast-paced organization. • Should be self-motivated with the capability to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Development Manager – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Wakefield, MA

include: · Prospecting for both business (IT strategy, business intelligence) and technology (Microsoft centric) consulting professional services… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Citrix Solution Architect – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Chicago, IL

This individual should have a minimum of 9 years’ experience with 5 being in a Sr. Architectural role. The position will work closely with sales and… Glassdoor


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    Tired of being kept in the dark

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    Former Employee - Anonymous  in  Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous in Chicago, IL

    I worked at Project Leadership full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Relaxed work place. While management is lacking, most people are approachable and friendly.

    Cons

    The last straw for me was the lack of transparency. We were told our guaranteed bonuses would be received in January. It wasn't until months later we were told we would not be receiving bonuses. If the company had a bad year, fine, but don't lie. Additionally when you negotiate your salary at PLA, they tell you that you are guaranteed a bonus so your compensation is higher than it appears. This is not the case any more and annual raises are very low, regardless of workload and performance.

    Because employees are spread too thin, projects are often done insufficiently, destroying sometimes long-lasting customer relationships. The high level of turnover causes unqualified consultants on projects. You're basically set up for failure.

    I'd be very surprised if PLA exists in the next few years.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be transparent. The overlying feeling of uncertainty and high turnover will continue unless you start being honest with your employees. Listen to them and do what it takes to keep them around. Stop looking for bargains and invest in good employees.

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