DMI - Shameless corporatism, bad office culture, DMI PR team is inflating their score by posting endless fake reviews | Glassdoor
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    "Shameless corporatism, bad office culture, DMI PR team is inflating their score by posting endless fake reviews"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lincolnshire, IL
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at DMI full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Once every two years you may get invited to a holiday party. Free soda and snacks. Sometimes there is pizza. They will keep you on with basic benefits with If you're a young person looking to get your feet wet, there are opportunities for you. Just no long-term stuff.

    Cons

    As soon as you walk in the door, DMI will attempt to make themselves appear like a modern, managed services provider that cares about its employees. This couldn't be further from the truth. If you can be a drone and do your job - you'll do fine. The problem is, the commercial division is unable to sign on clients at the same rate as they are losing them. Therefore, the sales and management team has thought of unfortunate ways to increase revenue, such as: - sell services that the team isn't prepared to provide. Shortcomings in this regard are ignored and blamed on the production / call center team. A good portion of the time, it seems like the sales team is completely detached from what the company is prepared to handle which creates pretty uncomfortable situations with customers. - go through constant cycles of layoffs. Instead of balancing the books, DMI will axe a number of people to put the budget in the green. This happened 3 times in my two years of working there, where upwards of 10+ people get let go. The rest of the work force is expected to pick up the extra work usually, or they will hire temps. - nasty office culture. Sure some of them like to have fun and keep it light hearted, but the fact is that there is overwhelming favoritism and nepotism taking place. If you're the type of person that can keep their head down, shut up, and do your work - you will do fine. They do not like people who express independent opinions that deviate from the norm. They also do not like you reacting to any behavior which you may find inappropriate. In order to move up, you will be expected to be a drone and a yes man for a *long* time before you are considered for a serious position (extra points for you if you have family ties in the company! they love that) Lastly, as I mentioned in my title - this page is full of reviews that scream fake! I urge you to look and see for yourself: They are trying to bury the actual reviews with ones that have one sentence written with things like "great insurance, 5 stars!". It speaks volumes about their their business ethic, trust me.

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    DMI2016-11-10
  1. "A+ Tech Company to work for"

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    Current Employee - Information Security Specialist in Arlington, VA
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at DMI full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    I have worked for different Tech. Establishments, (DMI) stands out to be the most Progressive and A+ Tech. Company . Honesty and Integrity are the prime foundation strength of a Successful Company. The Talent Acquisition Director Casey Gutmann, is the guy that gets the job done. Their Clients and Employees come first. A fantastic place to work for. Good compensation.

    Cons

    Nothing to report at this time

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    DMI2020-01-08

    DMI Response

    February 13, 2020VP, Global Employee Resources

    Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate you taking the time to provide insight in to your experience here and we will ensure Your feedback on recruitment is passed along.

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  2. "Growing company"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Indianapolis, IN

    I have been working at DMI full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Good team of people that are highly knowledgeable about what they do. Lots of opportunities for certain people.

    Cons

    Company is getting bigger and there is more and more disconnect between upper management and the people with their feet on the ground. Some people get stuck in roles or projects because they don’t have the same visibility as others.

    DMI2020-02-13

    DMI Response

    February 13, 2020VP, Global Employee Resources

    Thank you for your feedback. We’d love more feedback on ways you would like to see is help to keep you connected. This week I hope you will join our all hands meetings where we will be going over happenings across DMI as well as announcing award winners. In addition, we recently relaunched our company Intranet to help connect everyone better and ensure you have up to date information from our different projects. Please email hr@dminc.com if you would like to discuss ways you can ensure you are connected or if you have further feedback.

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