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Aberdeen, MD
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Aerospace & Defense
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Netorian, LLC (“Netorian”) is a small business, certified under Maryland’s Small Business Reserve (SBR) Program (certification number SB12-2178), founded on January 12, 2009, with the clear vision of providing uniquely talented, mission-focused ... Read more

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Matthew Iannelli
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    Former Employee - Network Architect in Aberdeen, MD
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    I worked at Netorian full-time (More than a year)


    Excellent pay, generous PTO, and great small-company attitude. I worked as a technical trainer in a high-travel job, reporting directly to the CTO. I also worked as a lab engineer in a low-travel job, reporting directly to the CEO. In both cases, the experience was positive. Netorian is a "big kid" rules company; they pay you top dollar for your work and expect good performance. Supervision is low as a result, and the company never encroaches into your personal or customer-supporting professional life. There is no expectation, implicit or otherwise, to work unpaid or excessive overtime. They also give annual Christmas presents that are actually useful (Amazon gift cards, etc)., plus regular bonuses and raises. Management is always approachable and the entire organization has basically two tiers: C-suite and employees. The majority of C-suite folks are workers too, supporting various customers while running the business on the side. As a result, they "get it" and don't live in la-la land. No shareholders means less focus on the bottom line. They allow you to interact directly with customers and do not impose themselves as middle-men to steal praise.

    Minor perks may vary between exact jobs and supported customers, but here is a general list: pick your own laptop, pick your own phone, pick your own work hours, vacation has never been denied (even when things are busy), expense reports are easy, timecards are easy, generous referral bonuses, management is willing to move you between jobs (no turf wars).


    Nothing of substance. The benefits are getting better as the company grows (and as Federal law mandates) but given the disproportionately high pay when compared to your peers, this hardly registers as a drawback. The company believes in putting more cash in your pocket so that individuals can make their own decisions, rather than providing ultra-comprehensive benefits with lower pay. For a single person with no kids or health issues, this was ideal. For those with families, more comprehensive benefits exist due to the ACA, but comes at a price (few hundred dollars per month for a family).

    Benefits include medical, dental, vision, long/short term disability, and 401k (possibly a few others).

    Advice to Management

    As Netorian continues to grow, continue the "small company" mindset of maintaining a relatively flat organization where management is accessible and employees are valued. Continue NOT to have typical corporate events like mandatory Saturday picnics and baseball games, mandatory Christmas parties, etc.

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    Project Coordinator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Annapolis, MD
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    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Netorian (Annapolis, MD) in September 2015.


    Interviewer basically explained the job in detail and than asked a few questions regarding my qualifications. Didnt really ask any specific interview questions but when I asked as a question they answered with a detailed answer

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