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8 days ago

Enterprise Data Architect

Yoh Herndon, VA

- Enterprise Data Architect Provides vision, thought leadership and overarching guidance for enterprise projects with significant data strategy… Yoh


13 days ago

ASP.Net Developer - Secret Clearance

Yoh Fairfax, VA

- Maintain existing software systems by identifying and correcting software defects… Yoh


21 days ago

Software Engineer (Mid Level)

Yoh Sterling, VA

- Design and develop .Net applications including middleware applications, user interface applications, and web services applications - May also… Yoh


21 days ago

Software Engineer (Junior Level)

Yoh Sterling, VA

- Design and develop .Net applications including middleware applications, user interface applications, and web services applications - May also… Yoh


21 days ago

Software Engineer (Senior Level)

Yoh Sterling, VA

- Develop software design documentation which may include design diagrams, data flow diagrams, software module descriptions, etc… Yoh


21 days ago

IT Test Engineer

Yoh Arcola, VA

- Must have used the Agile Scrum development lifecycle and have worked in team… Yoh


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    It's all about number

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

    Pros

    they have many product offerings to address client needs which many staffing companies can't provide. You're fellow workers are great to work with.

    Cons

    It's a high stress work place and numbers are all that's important. if you're hitting the KPI's you'll be fine but if not it's over with. They try to be communicative and I wonder where they get the ideas of what direction to take. They like to push contest after contest but rewards are so minimal so what the point.

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    Learn to value your workers better and be more supportive and give more guidance in the tough times.

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