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HMS Holdings President & CEO Bill Lucia
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    Going downhill as a place to work. Look elsewhere if you want to feel good about your job and yourself.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irving, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irving, TX

    I worked at HMS Holdings full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    They talk a good talk when you interview. You will meet some great people, the lower floors, that are hard workers and great friends. Most of them are in the same foxhole until they manage to escape to a better company, so that tends to bond everyone together.

    Cons

    Pay is low for industry standards in the IT field. Bonuses no longer exist unless you are a Director or above, which means the people that actually DO the work get nothing. Raises are less than COLA adjustments, if you even get one. Directors and Managers are promoted based on how long they have been with the company, and NOT for their knowledge or skill sets, which means you have some really BAD Directors and Managers, whose sole duty it seems is to fight with anyone under them that does not agree with them. Favoritism is rampant, especially when there is an insecure Director or Manager. Those that are "Yes" men are the ones that get promoted and other perks that those that actually know how to do the job correctly do not get. You are told that you will get training at least once a year to help further your career, but that keeps getting put off until the year is over and you have not had any training. They do "anonymous" surveys on what employees think and feel, but everyone is leery of how "anonymous" it really is and they are not honest about how they really feel.

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    HMS USED to be a great place to work and seemed, at one time, to really care about their people. I have watched it tumble down to where moral is not only low, but pretty much gone in some departments. Realize that your employees are what keeps you in business, and treat them accordingly. Outsourcing and hiring only foreign contractors to replace home grown workers does not win you any good points with those that might be looking to work there. Word of mouth is everything in this day and age, and with the Internet, more people are reading online how badly your performance towards employees is and running the other direction. This is why you cannot find anyone willing to work there that is worth anything, and why the employees that are actually good workers with a lot of knowledge and potential leave as soon as they can.

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