IAI is an information technology company headquarted in Fairfax, Virginia. People are IAI’s most important resource, because they are the key delivery mechanism for ensuring quality services delivery and client satisfaction. As a publicly-traded company, IAI has a highly competitive compensation and benfits program.
IAI’s compensation philosophy is to pay employees competitively with regard to base salaries, and to exceed the market with regard to total compensation through the judicious use of short and long-term incentives including stock options. Our compensation objectives are closely aligned with the joint objectives of business growth and professional achievement. Each person receives a compensation package that may consist of competitive base salary, performance bonus, and stock options.
Performance bonuses are based upon contributions to the company that exceed normal work expectations. The relative amount of bonus is based on both individual performance and company performance.
IAI rewards employees who refer critical new hires to the organization. There is no limit on the number of people a person may refer to the organization or the amount of bonus a person can earn.
The Incentive Stock Option Plan was introduced to provide stock-based compensation to all members of IAI. The opportunity to acquire an equity interest in the company through the Plan is designed to motivate superior performance, align employee interests with those of IAI and its shareholders and provide compensation opportunities that are competitive in the marketplace.
IAI offers comprehensive medical, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability and life insurance, paying an unusually high percentage of upfront deductible reimbursement.
IAI offers an attractive 401(k) plan to all of its employees.
IAI provides it employees with paid holidays, including:
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Day
Independence Day (Fourth of July)
One floating holiday!
All employees receive two weeks of paid vacation, initially.
All employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement after one year of employment.