I’ve been out a while and never hear about this oddity. Never. Anyone alive in there?
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Absolute joke! Typical private equity management stripping and running into the ground to prepare for takeout. There are no visionary's here running the show just bunch of greedy banker hacks at the helm. If your legacy EDS start planning for retirement as they have all folks making decent salaries pegged and you will be replaced by hourly underpaid desperate millennials.
Company is primed to be acquired
Is this place a viable concern?
Truth is that something is wrong if you are sticking for years without recognition. If this is true then the communication is that you are not valued. Raises and bonuses are given every year for performance. Why stick around if it’s that bad? The economy is thriving.
Perspecta has too much of a monopoly on government contracts, way too much power. If you live in an area without many contracts they are like the defense contracting mafia and you better kiss their a--.
When you stay with a company that hasn't given you a pay increase in close to a decade - there is something wrong on both sides. I hate to point it out.
I emphasize with the employees who work for this company. All forms of unethical behavior and harassment are not only tolerated but encouraged. I invite Mac to stop condoning the egregious acts. Employees quit bullies not companies.
Working on a team that was previously nine and is now four once the next person leaves next week and planning myself to leave in the weeks following, I can confirm that the management is too ineffective to attract even warm bodies to place in seats for our firm fixed-price contract. I won't be surprised when our contract gets a bad rating on our period of performance and the contract gets pulled on the first option year of a five-year contract. It's like watching a train wreck in slow motion, but slightly more hilarious. I feel bad for anyone depending on this organization for their livelihood, but I encourage the to seek better options while the economy is strong.
The only people left are mostly overpaid management, those too close to retirement, and others looking for the next opportunity.