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3 days ago

.Net Developer – new

Softek International Inc. McLean, VA

We are in search of a .NET Developer with solid JavaScript libraries, jQuery and HTML5 experience. This individual will work as part of a team… Dice


15 days ago

Java / J2EE Developer

Softek International Inc. McLean, VA

bull Developing, maintaining and experience migrating Visual BasicASP applications to J2EE framework. bull Communicating with project manager and… Dice


18 days ago

Junior Java developer

Softek International Inc. Herndon, VA

will include bull Developing use cases and supporting material required for documenting functional requirements bull Developing designs as necessary… Dice


Softek International Reviews

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Shiva Kumer
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    Criminal Company

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    Current Employee - Management Analyst  in  Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Management Analyst in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at Softek International full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    There are none. This place is a rip off. It'd be a great place if I was sitting in india or mexico and had to make a decision between this and sewing soccer balls.

    Cons

    This place is ridiculous. In order to even start employment you have to agree to not talk about other career opportunities for TWO YEARS, you have to agree that if you sue you are responsible for their legal costs, whether you win or not, and you have to agree that you will sue only in the state of NJ. They make salary offers at least 60% lower than what you should be making, that's by design. We talk about that in management meetings. It's the bottom feeder employment place. We pick up the B and C undergrad students who are thankful just to have a job that doesnt involve asking if you want a combo meal, we pay them a pittance and do mediocre work. Why offer benefits? I speak out because I'm tired of the games the CEO makes us play.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Wash your mouth out with a shotgun

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    Disapproves of CEO