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- "Good Benefits and happy place to work" (in 18 reviews)
- "Management is good and very supportive." (in 15 reviews)
- "I cant tell you guys how much I appreciate this company and how they take care of there employees." (in 8 reviews)
- "The upper management and owners are open to take advice from employees and really listen to what we have to say." (in 6 reviews)
- "If there is a sense of respect and belief among the people you work with, that is when a good work is done." (in 6 reviews)
- "Immediatly pgm manager hired a candidate who I interviewed and she was absolute 0 to be projected as a lead.Based on this you decide whether to join or not." (in 3 reviews)
- "The reason I joined even for low salary was, the scene that happened in the interview time." (in 3 reviews)
- "Indian culture ONLY." (in 2 reviews)
- "Lot of work for amount paid and low career growth." (in 2 reviews)
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- 5.0Jun 14, 2023Lead Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearFairfax, VA
They conduct lot of Team activities
Resource Management is not that greatHarmonia Response6mo
We wanted to express our sincere gratitude for your review. Your feedback not only encourages us to be better, it also helps others in their decision-making process. Thank you for being a valuable part of our community!
- 1.0Aug 16, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Honestly, I can’t think of anything
Management & executives are the most toxic individuals. They verbally abuse their employees & manipulate everything / everyone. When I was hired, I was promised many things - safe work environment, inclusion, training & open communication. Instead I was met with micromanagement, passive aggressive communication and discrimination. My job’s description was very simple and straightforward yet they made me do tasks that were WAY BEYOND my job. I regret not taking a stand earlier and demand higher pay. I did discuss things with HR about tasks that made me uncomfortable and they refused to accommodate my request. The yelling, name calling, and comments about whether I am able to complete a task simply because of being “male and/or female” from the COO, HR & other executives caused me to question my worth as a human. The treatment they put me through caused me to have severe anxiety and depression which also resulted in a delay for reviewing the company. To this day, I still deal with the pain and trauma their words and actions have brought to me. To future *potential* or even current employees, I beg you to please speak up for yourself to these bullies or don’t even apply. I spoke with past and present employees at this company and they are all scared of the same people I mentioned in this post.10
- 1.0Nov 5, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
None. They want 5 words, here you go.
Extremely disorganized to the point where they will blatantly and knowingly lie to employees. They will not ask tech screening questions when deciding if they will hire you. Meaning, you will work with people that have absolutely no clue what they are doing. On the bright side for those individuals, so long as they suck up to the project manager and HR they will keep their job. By the way, the project manager for the position I was in was the pettiest and most immature human being I have possibly encountered.4
- 2.0Sep 21, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearMcLean, VA
Decent pay, hybrid work and learned alot about govcon and the federal IT industry overall.
Terrible communication, I would find out about things pertaining to my work from coworkers who weren't my manager and sometimes emails and teams messages would go unanswered (from co-workers and managers alike). Was misled about remote work a select few of us come in 3 days a week because he felt like it pretty much. No concrete process for us newer folks on the BD team, had managerial changes made twice. Pretty passive aggressive leadership, very snarky comments all the time. Also heard commission isn't paid on your first closed deal to "incentivize" you to close more. Micromanagement is becoming more of a thing as I had to provide daily status reports the last couple of months even though I would cc everyone and update my leadership on 1on1s constantly. Didn't feel valued or supported whatsoever.4
- 2.0Jul 28, 2023Human Resources SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Decent PTO, and you can really learn a lot in your role. Very diverse workforce as well.
The COO/CEO was frequently abusive to other executive management and could occasionally be heard from down the hall and around the corner yelling at people. He would also show favoritism to employees with a long tenure, overriding established handbook procedure. This led to high stress and a cutthroat culture not necessarily visible to people working on contracts. Health plans had a low premium but had high deductibles, especially for spouses and families. There was also a refusal to hire needed additional people on the back-end, once again resulting in high workloads and stress. Management did not raise salaries in accordance with this.5
- 3.0Feb 15, 2023Software EngineerFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Everyone is always lending a hand to get stuff done. Company culture seems to be very important. Work seems to be balanced out fairly well. If your local to the area you may have a greater chance of working here.
It seems the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. Additionally, the managers seem to control the company or HR at least. A full-time job is treated like a contract. I expected things to be more steady and less volatile but it was the exact opposite. Things move very slow and you have to fight for answers which you probably will never get. Chances are you will be blindsided by some change that directly affects you, whether it be employment status or work policy or anything in between. Lastly, the leave policy where it's not accrued but they have unlimited leave but they let the managers enforce the policy as to how they want to apply that. None of it's documented. It's an equation in someone's head with a lot of the rules in the handbook and policies are free to interpretation and application by your manager and it varies from department to department or manager to manager.3Harmonia Response10mo
Thank you for your feedback. As you note, our culture is very important to us- and part of that culture is listening to concerns so we can improve moving forward. Communication is an essential foundation for Trust! 100% agree with you there. While we do try to communicate policy very clearly- and I think we do a pretty good job of that between regular emails and intranet updates, published Handbooks, and all company calls to discuss policy changes, we do also give our managers autonomy to lead their teams in a way that rewards strong performers and motivates others to improve. We think that autonomy and rewards are almost as important as communication when it comes to building strong teams! But we do know that no matter how well we do, there is always room for improvement-- so we will take your feedback to heart and continue to work hard to be even better at all that we do!
- 2.0Dec 6, 2022Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsBlacksburg, VA
Lots of good people Exciting work
It took me a while to really come to terms with how bad my experience here actually was. It was my first job out of college and I didn't really understand what professionalism was supposed to look like. After getting screamed at in a meeting by upper management, I finally left the company and almost left the field entirely, but fortunately took a contracting position elsewhere. I was amazed at how much easier I found it to grow with a manager who was able to criticize my work while still respecting me as a person. Bottom line - Harmonia was a decent place to launch my career and I learned a lot, but I wish I'd left a lot sooner.7Harmonia Response12mo
Thank you for your honest feedback, and I am truly sorry you had this experience. Sometimes passion for the work and for the success of the team can be expressed inappropriately, and it is important for all of us to continue to grow as managers and as professionals and hone our communication skills to better impact our goals. I do hope you took the opportunity to connect with HR/other management regarding your experience so that we were able to mentor and provide direction as needed to ensure that situation didn't happen again. I am glad that you were able to learn a lot as part of our team, and it sounds as though, despite our imperfections, we provided a good foundation for your career. We do want to treat our team well, and I appreciate that you recognize that. Our employees are the best part of who we are, and mutual respect and trust are essential to our continued success.
- 1.0Jul 21, 2023IT RecruiterFormer Employee, more than 1 year
There is work only when they have won bids.
Management is horrible and does not know how to lead or train employees. Since I been there 2 HR managers quit within months. Very toxic environment and managers play favorites. If you are looking for a stressful environment to work in join Harmonia I am thank ful I was working a second job while working at harmonia before they fired the entire HR Team.6
- 4.0Jun 28, 2023Software DeveloperCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearVirginia Beach, VA
Great place to work at
There are no cons right nowHarmonia Response6mo
We appreciate your feedback! It means a lot to know that our efforts have made a positive impact in being a great place to work. Thank you for sharing your experience.
- 5.0Jan 19, 2023Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Good Team and very Diverse, Good Management and Work Culture.
Lot of work for amount paid and low career growth. People stay stagnent for years without any career growth.Harmonia Response11mo
I'm happy to see your positive comments- thank you for sharing! It does look as though you may not have taken advantage of the opportunities we provide for career growth, including unlimited access to training resources, paid training days, and often opportunities to transfer between programs in order to broaden skill sets. If you are looking to take the next steps in your career, reach out to your manager and see what they may suggest to get you to the next level! We want our employees to not just be content, but to be engaged and excited by the work they do and the opportunities they have to grow professionally and personally!
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Harmonia has an overall rating of 3.5 out of 5, based on over 146 reviews left anonymously by employees. 54% of employees would recommend working at Harmonia to a friend and 51% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -14% over the last 12 months.
54% of Harmonia employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Harmonia 3.3 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.4 for culture and values and 3.4 for career opportunities.