Mission: DRC values:
Respect each other and work together to leverage skills and talents across the organization.
Interact with customers and employees with integrity.
Deliver high quality products and services that ...
As a medium-sized company, DRC offers benefits and deliverables that are more client-centered than many larger corporations. While we have the capacity and resources necessary to handle large programs, we are agile enough to maintain a customer-focused attitude, providing our clients with customized and flexible services for their programs. We do not offer a “one-size-fits-all” approach to our projects, but rather work closely with our clients to design and improve our processes to meet a program’s changing needs.
DRC’s corporate structure is less hierarchical and less complex than many larger organizations. Information flows freely within the company and between the company and our clients. This open channel of communication allows our staff to respond quickly to customer needs.
The high level of responsiveness that DRC employees exhibit every day to our clients give us a strong competitive advantage in the markets we serve.
DRC was founded in 1978 as a service firm specializing in test and survey administration and processing. We began with 50 employees in one location—a small group of people dedicated to differentiating their company by providing superior customer service. Since that time, DRC has evolved into a full-service information management company with a staff of more than 650 full-time employees and over 5,000 seasonal and temporary employees in 12 locations around the country. However, even as we have grown, we have remained committed to our “customers first” attitude. Our hallmark in the industries we serve has become our unparalleled responsiveness to each of our clients.
DRC comprises three business units that serve the K-12 education sector, Federal and state governments, and commercial clients worldwide.
DRC offers a comprehensive benefits program that allows employees to make choices that best meet their current and future needs.
I have been working at Data Recognition Corporation (More than 3 years)
Great benefits, wonderful collaborative teams.
Heavy workload for some employees with no increase in pay for great work
Advice to Management
Share the load amongst those who do nothing or compensate those who take on more work.
Had quick phone interview with HR then was brought in a week later to interview in person. Met with ten people (in groups of two) for three hours. After that, ghosted. No follow up from HR. I checked in once a week for several weeks, was told “decision makers are on vacation. I’ll be in touch”, or “they still haven’t made a decision but they are considering you for the position”. This continued for two months and I realized this is not a place I want to work; if their hiring process and HR department is this bad, how well can the company be run? Also noticed that the position was listed for nearly six months.