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Supervisor, Care Advisiors Waltham, MA

Looking for a great opportunity to work in a fast paced dynamic company with a highly collaborative team that is growing? We are seeking a…

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Remote Member Care Representative, Part-time 1 Waltham, MA

Provide first point of contact to members who require assistance primarily through phone but may be required to communicate through multiple channels…

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Child Care Center Network Manager Waltham, MA

The Child Care Center Network Manager is responsible for overseeing the sourcing, vetting, onboarding and monitoring of child care centers and…

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Senior Systems Engineer Waltham, MA

Working with the IT Infrastructure Team, the Senior Systems Engineer will help build and manage our internal IT infrastructure within, and across…

30+ days ago

VP, Product Management (Waltham and Bay Waltham, MA

Reporting to the Chief Marketing Officer, the Vice President of Product Management is an entrepreneurial, passionate and seasoned executive who will… Reviews

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Sheila Lirio Marcelo
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    Young? Single? Prepared to be overworked and unpaid. does not care about you.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Waltham, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Waltham, MA

    I have been working at full-time (more than a year)


    There are some amazing people you will meet at There are company meetings often and the management keeps you in the know.


    Because priorities and teams get juggled, your job will change... a lot. The management expects you to do ten jobs. When a new hire comes on, you are supposed to train them and do your ten jobs and the middle associates lives are hell. It's not fast-paced, it's warp speed. They keep hiring VPs, stretching the middle, and "cutting costs" by removing hard working employees.

    There is NO career path that makes sense. Promotions don't seemed earned.

    If you are young, single/married with no kids, expect to work your tail off. You will be there 7-9 and not get compensated for it. Their salaries are comical and many good candidates (who we desperately need) laugh at the salary. Culture isn't everything - and the culture is beginning to stink.

    If you don't drink the kool-aid and see what's going on, you'll want to leave. isn't there for its customers and it's not there for its employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop stretching those in the middle! And spoiler alert - you have hired a**holes. You let good people go, keep the jerks, and the rest of us panic.

    Find someone who can run senior care rather than have us watch another person take it over and it continue to fail or discontinue it. How many people have led senior care and left? We're not as dumb as you think.

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