I worked at Ullico full-time (More than 8 years)
The work was interesting using new techonolgies to solve complex problems. Project tempo was good, management in tune with level of wffort needed to complete assignments.
There was no mentorship from upper level managers. Some managers were parinoid of lossing their position so they would not foster leadership growth.
Advice to Management
Middle lever managers should be educated to be leaders. Provide upward mobility channels. Develop internal carreer path opportunities for front line employess. Develop mentorship programs.
I interviewed at Ullico (Bethesda, MD) in August 2017.
I went through a hiring agency, but had an in person interview with 3 different people at the company. I chose not to move forward with the interview process. The company seems to lack diversity and although they bragged about their benefits, the maternal/paternal leave is only a few days, after which they expect you to use vacation and personal days. That doesn't speak highly about the company to me.
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