Visionary Integration Professionals

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Visionary Integration Professionals President and CEO Jonna Ward
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37 Ratings
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    It was fine as this type of work goes. There are definitely some spammers posting here for the Prez or HR.

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    Former Employee - Tech  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Tech in Houston, TX

    I worked at Visionary Integration Professionals full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Seriously, the 5 star reviews here should just be overlooked, ignored. Such obvious spam. Benefits were pretty good. No one at "corporate" knows what any field ($ producing) employees are doing. Everytime someone comes around it is like "what is it that you do again?" Every time HR/reruiting needs to replace someone they ask employees to describe the position. Seems like, were they professional, they would keep track of such trivial information. They are too busy with picnics and such, evidently.

    Cons

    There are quite a few. "Support staff", particularly, HR, are WAY too powerful given that they are staff and not line. People producing the hourly billing should be at the center of their attention, but they are not. For a company that is doing so well, according to themselves, they docked employees their 401 match for several months after they got in a cash bind during/after the Fed gov't shutdown. Pretty cheesy. And the Prez said in an email, that the short fall was only a million. If you only have a million in your war chest, then you are managing poorly. I mean very poorly.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Fire whoever is in charge of treasury services. When you need money, go to a bank, not your employees 401k. Employees 401k's are not your working capital slush fund. I will have to rate VIP down for "outlook" as, a million dollar pinch almost ruined them. Raiding 401k is a pretty drastic thing to do.

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