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30+ days ago

Managing Consultant – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Chicago, IL

You will be leading a team performing user support, network maintenance and network administration on a day to day basis. Competence in the following… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Office 365 Architect – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Wakefield, MA +6 locations

• Proven design, planning and implementation experience with Office 365 • Strong experience with Migration and Hybrid Migration with Office… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

.NET Architect – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Chicago, IL

• Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Software Development preferred. Degree in technology required. • Worked in an… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Managed Services Practice Director – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Chicago, IL

As we continue to grow, Project Leadership Associates (PLA) looks to add a top level Practice Director focused on Managed Services. This position… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Microsoft Infrastructure Architect – easy apply

Project Leadership Associates Chicago, IL +3 locations

PLA seeks an experienced Microsoft Infrastructure Architect to help us continue to grow our Advanced Infrastructure Services practice. The position… Glassdoor

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    I have been working at Project Leadership full-time for more than 3 years


    Could be a good company if they had the right mangement in place. It was once a fun and inspiring place to be.


    They make promises on bonus structure, a great culture and career growth. This will not happen unless you are part of the dream team. They love to hire and fire and have no problem doing it. Most of the current mangement team has 0 experience in managing employees. The managers that were good are no longer at the company. If you speak your voice or ask for help you will be ignored.

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    Try listening to the little people who really do have some good ideas. Stop lying to your employees and not telling them what is really going on. Maybe treat everyone the same regardless of gender and race. Figure out if you want to be a small company or a big company already. It appears that your goals change daIily.

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