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Solutions Architect

Project Performance Corporation McLean, VA

The position requires knowledge and skills that are both broad and deep across the Information Technology field as well as the arena of Government… Monster.com

30+ days ago

.NET Developer

PPC McLean, VA

Required Skills 1. C#/.NET 4.0 2. Windows Presentation Foundation/XAML development 3. Object-oriented design and development 4. 508 Compliance… PPC

30+ days ago

Jr. IT Analyst

PPC McLean, VA

The Junior IT Analyst will work collaboratively with a federal agency to help support and enhance a web-based system. The analyst will support IT… PPC

30+ days ago

Information Security Analyst

PPC McLean, VA

The ideal candidate will have strong data analysis skills and be capable of utilizing, MS Access, Excel and SQL to perform said analysis. The… PPC

30+ days ago

Energy Engineer

PPC McLean, VA

We empower our clients with the tools, strategies, and information required to reach their sustainability and energy intensity targets by providing… PPC

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    Looking for a respectful, fair workplace with clear & honest communication? This probably isn't the place for you.

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    The company is located in a very convenient area (Tyson's Corner). Traffic is horrific there, but at least there's a metro being built nearby.


    - The amount of turnover within the last several months speaks for itself. - Favoritism runs deep in this workplace. - No professional training opportunities for "certain" employees, despite the fact that this is advertised as an employee benefit during orientation. - If you're not liked by certain people, PPC has no money in any budget for you. Lack of training opportunities aside, if you need any basic office supplies that require more than $30, you'll have to obtain "approval". Really?? - Very low salaries compared to other companies in the area. - The benefits package is practically useless. Better get supplemental coverage when considering working for this company. - If you have to travel a significant distance to the client site, don't expect to be reimbursed for any cost associated with that travel. There's no money in the budget for that, but it's totally acceptable there to have the employee absorb that cost. - You can expect a promotion only if the right people "like" you. For example, a particular manager, who was an extremely poor communicator and, at times, dishonest and arrogant, was kicked off of a project by the client, and yet he was miraculously promoted months later. - There are no minorities in upper management, which speaks volumes about who this company values and who it does not value. - If you're assigned to a billable project, you are treated like a human being with some level of respect. - If you need to travel for business purposes, you're paying for it with your personal funds. You will be laughed at if you ask for a corporate card. - Often engages in creative tactics to win work; makes promises to clients that they are not fully prepared to fulfill, thus putting massive, unnecessary pressure on its employees.

    Advice to Management

    1. Yes, minorities are competent and can work well in upper management too. 2. Get a new set of senior managers - across the board - who will treat people fairly. 3. Disrespectful behavior should not be tolerated from any level of an organization. 4. Stop offering the cheapest benefits package to employees. 5. Either make professional training available to everyone, or no one. Offering professional training to a "select" few is simply unfair and causes employees to lose respect for managers who do this. 6. End the favoritism. 7. Offer salaries that are comparable to other comapnies in the area. 8. Give promotions based on performance, not the "good old boy" system.

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