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Senior Programmer – new

Sigma Space Lanham, MD

Senior Programmer (Full Time) Project: Sigma Space - GGSG Sigma Space is seeking a Senior Programmer to join our… Glassdoor

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Programmer/Database Administrator

Sigma Space Lanham, MD

Programmer/Database Administrator (Full Time) Project: Sigma Space - GGSG Sigma Space is seeking a… Glassdoor

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Program Analyst

Sigma Space Lanham, MD

Program Analyst (Full Time) Project: Sigma Space - GGSG Sigma Space Corp. is seeking a full time Senior Programmer-Analyst to… Glassdoor

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    Sigma Space is not where you want to be

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lanham, MD
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lanham, MD

    I have been working at Sigma Space full-time (more than 3 years)


    The contract I worked on had a lot of experienced, knowledgeable people on it that came from the previous company. Found out they were highly dedicated to the contract, not the company.
    Location. Right off the Beltway.


    Lost important NASA contract then ungracefully claimed the winner did something unethical. This led to a lengthy delay in transition.
    Management allowed to nurture an "us vs them" culture. Poor or stinted communication. Lack of people skills in most middle management. Fear and public belittling tactics used.
    Management ignorance and/or disdain for company's code of ethics. Racism and misogyny evident.
    No upper movement from within. All hiring comes from outside. Extensive turnover in past year. Disregard for experience, level of education, and prior performance reviews.
    Managers did not understand the project mission then, expected employees to work without time or monetary compensation over normal hours when goals not met.
    Managers were disorganized with personnel paperwork and project task items, constantly asking for resubmission.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work on your management personnel hiring. Consider installing a worthy management training program. Cultivate your employees. They are an investment. When you win a successful project understand that the people that come with it are the ones that made that project successful.

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