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Our Culture

Since the beginning, Network Brainiacs has been big on two principles we all learned growing up; always work hard and respect one another. We believed that a company should not only help their clients, but also look out for their employees. How could Corporate America treat their clients so well, but treat their own people with such little respect. In our office, we expect everyone to follow the golden rule; Treat others how you would want to be treated. Hard work is rewarding, but why don’t employees always see it that way? It’s because most companies do not offer their people incentive programs, recognition awards, or year-end bonuses. Hard work comes from those who are motivated and feel appreciated in their company.

We appreciate and encourage our Brainiacs. We offer incentives and recognize them for hitting company goals. Network Brainiacs is proud to be in business for our employees and their families. Our goal is to be the #1 place to work in New Jersey. If you think you have what it takes to be a Brainiac, apply today and help us lead this company to the top.

Employee Benefits

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Company Issued Laptop (Depending on department)

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Friday Lunch

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Fully Stocked Cafe

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Pool Hosting League (NFL, NBA, MLB, etc)

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Brainiacs Library

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Recognition and Awards

Positions Available

Jason Erazo

I have worked at Network Brainiacs for one year now. It continues to be an experience I am grateful for. The number one reason I started working with Network Brainiacs was the amount of respect demanded from each employee. The best part was, it was true. It’s a great feeling coming to work, not feeling worried or annoyed because you might be disrespected or not valued for the hard work you do. In addition, the company embraces values such as putting your family first, honesty, and hard work. Values that most people have, but most companies do not. It’s an assuring feeling to be a part of company that follows the golden rule… Treat others as you would want to be treated. I am proud to call myself a Brainiac.


Marketing Manager