I liked their no-nonsense approach to contracting. They were also available to employees who worked on the client site.
No complaints. I would work with them again.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Alltech Int'l (Washington, DC) in December 2011.
The interview was a multiple step process but I backed out after the first step. The initial stage was an interview with the program manager where we went over the project, customer, work location, my employment status, etc. but didn't cover anything technical. After the interview they made an offer without asking a single question to evaluate my technical skills - the offer was based solely on my resume and the labor category they had open. I bailed on the interview process because they gave the clear impression they were simply looking to find a butt to put in a seat so that they could bill the government.
Reasons for Declining
I got the impression they just needed to fill positions so that they could bill the government more money. That's not the kind of company I'm looking for.
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