Pros: nice people - co-workers
Cons: software, processes, lack of training, management/leadership
Alion has nice people working hard everyday. The problem the lack of good management and leadership to lead their teams.
The company refuses to buy up-to-date software that is the industry standard, when they could save training time on new hires and quicker turn around in deliverable's.
Training is little to none, which is hard on newer employees – more... getting up to speed to be more helpful to the team.
Excessive time is spent on sub accruals due to changing requirements and excessive backup that bring no more accuracy to the actual invoice costs.
Alion has many good workers, but their processes are very labor intensive to common deliverable's that took far less time at other companies. – less