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iDirect Technologies CEO Mary Palermo Cotton
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    Very Unethical !

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    Former Employee - Qualification Test Engineer  in  Herndon, VA
    Former Employee - Qualification Test Engineer in Herndon, VA

    I worked at iDirect Technologies full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Flexible work hours. Good compensation. Company willing to pay to get good candidate, but it is very wrong to think about lasting with the company. Advanced SATCOM technology. A lot to learn. Some good smart colleagues around.

    Cons

    Unethical politics from managerial leadership to create own competitive troubles and ganging up with the old unable trouble making employee to harass the new good smart and dedicate hard working employee. Destructive competitions, attacks, defamations, fake accusations, denials, blames, and favoritism are all very unethical. Favoritism from management is not only unfair and unethical, it also against the employment law. If managers require covering up issues with the new Ka band SATCOM project with Inmarsat and your inability to lead the team, then just stop hiring good candidates to support you. Just look for those inexperienced employee who can easily following all of your misleading so you can accuse them with all of your wrong doing later on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    HR requires to stop favoring unethical and unable manager to compete with and harass the new employee which is against the law! New employee creativities and dedicated hard works were meant to help the manager and the company iDirect. Ganging and teaming up with the unable manager together with the trouble making old employee fake accusations about the new employee is only to destroy the company. You need to listen to the new employee, not just begging the old managers and employee to destroy the company. Accepting and separating from employment are all at will on both sides. There is no need to defame the employee for the excuses. A great leader is the one who appreciates and encourages their employee. There is nothing else that could kill the ambitions of an employee to contribute by the unethical competition, suppression, and harassment from the manager for his own feeling of important.

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