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12 days ago

JAVA DEVELOPER

Buller Group McLean, VA +2 locations

JAVA DEVELOPER If you are a bright, ambitious, high-performing programmer tired of being held back by needless bureaucracy, then join our fast-paced… ClearanceJobs.com


30+ days ago

Systems Engineer

Buller Group Columbia, MD

rn rnAnalyzes user's requirements, concept of operations documents, and high level system architectures to develop system requirements… ClearanceJobs.com


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The Buller Group Founder & CEO Rob Buller
Rob Buller
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    Surreal work environment/ HIGHLY questionable decision-making

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    Pros

    "hands off" management style ideal if you are comfortable going 3 days in a row without doing any actual work. Compensation package more comprehensive than competition.

    Cons

    Invests money in 3D TV and recruiting toys rather than incentive programs for employees. Seems more concerned with giving appearance of success than actually attracting clients and fostering success. Releases deceptive press releases (see "The Buller Group, LLC Successfully Recruits Its 3000th Polygraph Candidate"). Nonexistent employee on-boarding program, meaningless meetings that get in the way of productive work, and huge pay disparity between Jr. and Sr. employees (in addition to lacrosse & non-lacrosse employees)...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create onboarding for employees, focus on BD, Don't put all your eggs in one basket (subcontracting for highly competitive contract). Create career progression plans with employees to reduce turnover. Also, warn employees if mass lay-offs are coming so they aren't caught blindsided...

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