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30+ days ago

Graphic Designer

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

• expands technical knowledge with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript during Symplicity tenure by reviewing professional publications and participating in… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Javascript Developer

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

Contributing to user experience standards, best practices and industry innovations. Working with… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mobile App Developer

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

Symplicity is seeking Mobile App Developers to develop mobile applications for our high performance, reliable, scalable systems that are utilized by… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Higher Education Support

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

• Client Training: Provide training to clients on system modules, including one-on-one sessions, demos, walk-throughs, and public webinars. Conduct… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Engineer

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

Symplicity is seeking Software Engineers to develop high performance, reliable, scalable systems that are utilized by millions of users daily. The… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Junior Sales Associate

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

The Junior Sales and Marketing Associate is a sales-support position, responsible for identifying and contacting prospects, with the expectation to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Linux Systems Administrator

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

• Linux Server Management. Installation of Linux and related software stacks for various services, and maintaining… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Front End Developer

Symplicity Corporation Arlington, VA

• Contributing to user experience standards, best practices and industry innovations… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Arlington, VA (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Arlington, VA (US)

    I worked at Symplicity Corporation full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Great staff overall, all hardworking and genuinely nice people. Teammates couldn't have been nicer and enjoyable to work with. Interesting projects and technologies in use. The company is doing a great thing for higher education.

    Cons

    Management really is disconnected from what's going on with the teammembers. A year after I started he asked if I knew how to do MSEs because he was not clued in to what we were doing. Now laid me off saying I wasn't checking in with him enough. Everyone else is reeling because I was really helpful with my teammates and everyone else at symp. I responded to tickets efficiently and correctly. I loved doing that and seeing the impact I had on people in the company. Management didn't see that and laid me off based on their own concerns rather than based on actual contributions. I even mentioned this and my boss said that we could focus on the positives all day but things still couldn't go on. Huh? He was completely inflexible and left many people high and dry by laying me off due to his own agenda. It is extremely disappointing to me and everyone else. As if that isn't enough, HR gives laid off people a double wammy by telling coworkers they can't give personal recommendations. Not sure this is legal! Symplicity really let me down and I definitely don't feel like I was "a part of the family" so to speak.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management really needs to be connected with their own team rather than being in their own world. Try seeing what your teammates are working on, contributing to and doing beyond the high level task lists. Everyone in the team gets emails about the tickets we work on, so this really isn't that hard to do if you try. There's too much of a communication silo between the team and management.

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