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30+ days ago

Program Analyst- DoD

LMI Arlington, VA

Analyze complex Department of Defense (DoD) resource management and financial process requirements Understand DoD and Army Finance regulations… Experteer


30+ days ago

Logistics Analyst (G4)

LMI Arlington, VA

. Required to perform analysis of the Army retrograde and redistribution processes, focusing on gaps in information flow and develop recommendations… Experteer


14 days ago

Management Consultant

LMI Washington, DC

(Essential Job Functions) This position will serve as an analyst and advisor on a range of program activities requiring application of a wide… Experteer


14 days ago

Program Manager

LMI Washington, DC

(Essential Job Functions) The Program Manger will be responsible for the overall management, control, coordination and execution of assigned… Experteer


26 days ago

Organizational Improvement/Human Capital Management Analyst

LMI McLean, VA

Supports team, primarily through data analysis and interpretation, to develop and recommend solutions to complex human capital and organizational… Experteer


26 days ago

Aviation (Airport and Air Traffic Management) Research Analyst

LMI McLean, VA

We help clients at the FAA and NASA with their airport and air traffic management technology research and development through cost-benefit analysis… Experteer


26 days ago

Government Resource Analyst

LMI McLean, VA

Provide government resource management consulting services in support of clients multi-year planning, programming, budgeting and execution (PPBE… Experteer


14 days ago

Organizational Improvement/Human Capital Management Consultant

LMI McLean, VA

Supports team, primarily through data analysis and interpretation, to develop and recommend solutions to complex human capital and organizational… Experteer


14 days ago

Civil Engineer

LMI McLean, VA

(Essential Job Functions) The Civil Engineer will provide support to a federal agencys real property program management office located in… Experteer


14 days ago

IT Acquisition Program Analyst

LMI McLean, VA

Analyst will be responsible for assisting government agencies in planning, acquiring, implementing and monitoring IT and related programs and… Experteer


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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in McLean, VA (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in McLean, VA (US)

    I have been working at LMI full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    There are many positives to working here - great co-workers, a sense of purpose, ability to tele-work or flex hours when necessary. The echelon of management above me is top notch - intelligent, doesn't micro-manage, supportive. The C-Suite is another matter. The work is challenging and new contracts bring new opportunities. Company has been very successful throughout it's history to include last five years - weathered the economic downturn well.
    Salary is adequate, benefits used to be great, are now average. Company's retirement contribution was recently cut, but is still better than many of my peers. Tuition reimbursement was recently cut, but is still better than many other similar companies.
    Personnel turnover has increased in the last six months, but leaders in my division are making changes to respond to the concerns of early career professionals and senior consultants.

    Cons

    Senior management has an ideology that everyone is motivated by money, and growth of the company is the only important business metric. While salaries have stagnated, and benefits have been cut, the senior leadership has seen their salaries and bonuses skyrocket. And while the number of staff has grown incrementally, the number of Vice Presidents and new titles for senior managers has more than doubled in five years. Bonuses in the company used to be a small year end "thank you", distributed across the board. The previous CEO got about $5K in 2008 - current CEO got 165K in 2011 (last year the 990 is available), and growth in executive salaries have far exceeded the rest of the company. Furthermore, senior management now focuses on company growth targets rather than excellent service to the client or how to synchronize the growing pains when support systems in a small company are no longer adequate for a medium sized company. The CEO is convinced he is the smartest person in any room he enters.

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    Managers read numbers, leaders read people. Whether it is true or not, the perception is that senior managers care mostly about their own bottom line, and not the welfare of the employees.

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