RadiantBlue Technologies – Hanover, MD
Computer Network Operations (CNO) Analyst Hanover, MD Job Posting #15-14/1 Dagger Networks, a division of The Radiant Group, is seeking software… RadiantBlue Technologies
RadiantBlue Technologies – Fort Meade, MD
• Excellent written and oral communications skills. Preferred Experience/Knowledge… RadiantBlue Technologies
Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Most of the people were reasonably nice. You'll learn a lot initially, but promotions don't come quickly (or at all), so you'll plateau and need to find another job to keep improving your skillset.
Lackluster raises. 1% is the norm. Negotiate *hard* for your salary, then plan to leave after a few years when market rate passes you by. Workaholic culture. People work long hours, and there is no overtime pay. I'm not talking short bursts of effort to meet a deadline, I'm talking constant, everlasting 'crisis' mode. The culture is quite cliquish. Nice if you're in, I guess. Based on what I'd seen while working at RB and conversations with my coworkers, I was left with the impression that I joined RadiantBlue just as it began transitioning from 'a great place to work' to 'just another butts-in-seats defense contractor.' "Gee Bob, all that stuff you *used* to do sounds great."
Advice to Management
I'm not angry, I'm just disappointed.