Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Altegrity full-time
The lower the level, the better the people. I met many competent dedicated people, who were willing to work their rear ends off for management. It was a good staff. Initial pay was above market.
The higher up the management you went, the less capable the people were. There were many empty titles, where people in Director, VP, EVP or CEO roles were clearly in over their heads. Lots of rah-rah speeches and blowing sunshine, but you got a sense that not even they actually believed what they were saying Stalled merit increases and suspended 401k benefits didn't align with the good work people were doing on the front lines. Some good people were let go, while some questionable people were promoted beyond their skill or capabilities. Left many of us wondering who was making these decisions.
Advice to Management
Let go of the tight control of power, and let employees help dig you out of the mess you made.
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It doesn't take a great detective to determine that Altegrity is a leader in security services. The holding company owns USIS, HireRight, and Kroll. USIS (formerly US Investigations Services) is the largest provider of background investigations and employment screening to the federal government. HireRight specializes in employment background and drug testing services for the private sector, while Kroll is a risk consulting company that offers a range of security and technology services. Altegrity and its subsidiaries have operations in more than 25 countries. The ...