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Business Analyst with Active Secret Clearance

Applied Information Sciences Washington, DC

AIS has been recognized among the Best Places to Work and Fastest Growing companies in our market segments. This is… Applied Information Sciences

27 days ago

Jr. Project Administrator with Secret Clearance - Preferred

Applied Information Sciences Washington, DC

Currently, our federal practice is seeking a Federal Project Administrator to help with our various VIP client needs! AIS has been supporting this… Applied Information Sciences

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    Ok to work for some time

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Hyderābād (India)
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Hyderābād (India)
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    I worked at Applied Information Sciences full-time (More than 3 years)


    - For most projects work hours would be 12 -9 PM - Good compensation - Laptop - Managers can enjoy work life, since they deal often with smart/hard working developers - Work from home option and flexible timings were quite attractive earlier like in some top product companies but now they are restricted on reason based and advance notice - Few chances to work with good managers who are encouraging and focus on work completion instead of being military disciplined/micro-managing - Pure Microsoft Technologies oriented


    - Poor HR management - Accounts team tougher than Income Tax people. Employee can quickly become frustrated enough to give up savings and instead opt to pay full tax! - Evolving policies to be more constrained and restricted, taking away earlier flexibilities - New projects are less - Don't dream working always on latest technologies - You can find hardly "Best from MS" factor often HRs discuss before joining - You will be no better than before after working with those typical PMs/Leads - Flat structure, less growth opportunities - Be cautious on the credibility for work you do - Never understand why/how few leads are offered role to wrong steer good devs, often killing team's morale - People managers are hard to find

    Advice to Management

    Nice to be employ friendly. Org's driving force is devs you recruit. Motivate technical/project leadership to carry out excellent and fruitful work instead of focusing on policy making and unwanted management.

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