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I worked at IDC Technologies full-time
Reliable management that looks beyond profits.
Not much negative to say, other than the growing pains from the rapid growth.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at IDC Technologies (Denver, CO) in July 2016.
I received a cold call from Abhineet Singh who said I might be appropriate for a position he was working to fill. He immediately jumped to asking me what rate I was asking. He provided no information about the client or the position until I pressed him on those subjects. I told him my asking rate and he immediately tried to talk me down to something 30% lower than what I was asking. I'm relatively new, but I know what the standard starting rates are from talking with people in my field. I could tell he hadn't read my resume as he asked me questions that were clearly stated on it.
I felt that IDC Technologies was not looking out for my interests whatsoever and was only trying to find the cheapest labor possible. I will never do business with this company.
I have spent a good deal of money for training in the software testing field and feel I am quite capable of doing anything asked of me. A "Jr. Tester" in my opinion, should not accept pay lower than the standard starting rate. $21/hr on a W2 without benefits is not acceptable in this field.