RiskSpan – Washington, DC
Successful applicants shall have a mix of quantitative, logical reasoning, and liberal arts backgrounds in their coursework. For example, computer… Glassdoor
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I worked at Riskspan full-timePros
The company can be accommodating in tele-work and working remotely. So long as things get done, it often does not matter if you're on-site.Cons
Incompetent management. The company does not know how to handle its growth, its clients, or its employees. Impractical decisions are often made by those managers with limited client involvement.
I do not believe this company will be able to grow with its emphasis on contract employees. There is little room for advancement, and little "skin in the game" for employees to go above and beyond their contract terms.
Few opportunities for your job skills to be transferable. Furthermore, RiskSpan is not a well-known company, so exit opportunities are scarce.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Stop trying to take on new clients and projects when you can't afford to invest in new employees. People are spread thin enough already.Doesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO