Mission: Our Mission:
The mission of DRT Strategies is to help people to work effectively together, collaboratively. This is woven into our employee philosophy as well as the services we deliver to our clients.
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I have been working at DRT Strategies full-time (More than 3 years)
DRT is a great place to work with a culture that thrives on collaboration, hard work, and creativity. The company has recently rolled out some great new policies and benefits that will direct impact the employees. I am happy to work for a company that values team work and hard work.
The company cares about their employees and customers; I am very impressed by their willingness to listen and change. DRT's ability to adjust course has been great for team morale.
With recent attrition, the company is working on fostering a stronger community by focusing on team and individual morale, training, and company policies. DRT's commitment to its employees makes me feel optimistic in its ability to evolve with growth.
Overall, I have enjoyed working for this company immensely; I would and have recommended friends to join it.
The teams are disparate and I have found that to connect with other employees and leadership you have to attend company functions and participate in company initiatives.
The company is still relatively small and to be considered for professional growth opportunities, employees need to invest time in networking and helping with business development or identifying new work. If you are looking for a bench or for frequent project changes, that is not what this company is about. Leadership encourages all employees to do well in every job no matter what it is before they will consider you for new projects. That sometimes takes patience and involves finding growth or "extracurricular" activity while waiting for the perfect next role.
Advice to Management
As the company grows, it is important to mature as an organization. This includes involving more people in the management and growth of the company instead of trusting the mid- to top- tiers of leadership. By involving all levels in the company goals, you will be pleasantly surprised that many of your employees are eager to help and will bring new, creative ideas.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at DRT Strategies (Washington, DC).
I applied through my university and had one interview on campus with two representatives. Standard questions about past experience, customer relations, organization. They have a cool perk where the company gives you an allowance to use on your own personal development. Seems like a cool place that's supportive of women and their growth.
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