Author: Jared Schultz

Intelligenesis Named #1 Top Workplace by Baltimore Sun

Angie Lienert set out to establish the kind of company that, as she puts it, “I would want to work for.”

Along the way she became the kind of business leader that others want to work for.

Lienert began her career as an Arabic linguist with the Air Force. After six years’ military service, she joined Booz Allen Hamilton for four years. After switching to BAE Systems in 2004, she struck out on her own in 2007, founding IntelliGenesis.

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Four Stories of Putting Our People First

“It’s all about the people.”

It seems like every business claims to be “all about people.” Whether it’s a slogan on their website or something in their mission statement, lobby signage, or business cards, the “people” idea isn’t new. But here at IntelliGenesis, when we say it’s all about the people, me mean it. We’re not just invested in what our employees can do for us, we’re here to help them advance their careers, do what they love, and ultimately grow as people. Our staff are like a family, in fact, that’s just what we call our team. In this blog we thought we’d put our money where our mouth is and share just a few stories from over the years of how our commitment to people has not only helped our staff, it’s helped our business.

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Beyond the Job Search: Why Supporting Transitioning Veterans is a Family Affair

At IntelliGenesis, Veterans Day holds a special place in our hearts not only because we recognize and honor the sacrifice our men and women in uniform have made for our country but also because many of us – 60% in fact – are veterans ourselves. And while many companies support veterans during their transition into civilian life, we truly believe that unless you’ve been through it, you simply can’t imagine the many complexities and challenges that come with the transition out of active duty. We know that having a career is only one piece of the puzzle and have sought to help transitioning veterans with the entire scope of lifestyle change. Here’s what we mean.

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Combatting the Skills Gap with a Culture of Learning

While the national unemployment rate is at a 10-year low, headline after headline warns college grads and employers alike of the “skills gap” plaguing most industries. In fact, according to McKinsey & Co., nearly 40% of American employers struggle to find candidates with the skills they need and almost 60% cite lack of preparation, even for entry-level jobs. To combat this, many companies are responding by creating their own learning opportunities, which will in turn prepare staff – and the organization as a whole – for the labor market of tomorrow. But it’s not only about skills, it’s also about creating a culture of growth and training to aid in retention and engagement for the workforce as a whole.

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Meet the Team: Ashlee Eggleston

Ashlee Eggleston, Staffing Manager, Columbia, MD Office

IntelliGenesis is made up of a tight-knit team of the best in the business. Our experts are skilled, intelligent, devoted to the mission…and always ready for a little fun. In our Meet the Team blog series, we’re proud to introduce you to our people!

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Maryland Headquarters
6950 Columbia Gateway Drive,
Suite 450 
Columbia, MD 21046 USA

Georgia Office
100 Grace Hopper Lane,
Suite 3700
Augusta, GA 30901 USA

Texas Office
3331 General Hudnell Dr,
Suite 3
San Antonio, TX 78226 USA

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