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30+ days ago

Provider Relations Outreach Coordinator


• Contact providers either by phone or email to clarify or obtain missing documents from the provider application submission • Communicate with… StartWire

30+ days ago

Analyst - Reporting


• Assess needs of management and client to create and develop report databases using SQL Server Reporting Services • Develops actionable… StartWire

30+ days ago

Informations Services Specialist


• Provide tier II and III desktop support, problem triage, new user PC setup, software configuration, creation of user IDs and password reset… StartWire

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MAXIMUS President, CEO, and Director Rich Montoni
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    Former Contractor - Anonymous Contractor in Boston, MA
    Former Contractor - Anonymous Contractor in Boston, MA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I worked at MAXIMUS as a contractor (Less than a year)


    The dissatisfaction is all-pervasive; I was not alone in my disgust or misery while working there. I developed a strong motivation to find new employment. I was able to get contacts with new employment agencies via coworkers who were also looking. The excitement of gettjng a lead was a topic of conversation during breaks and lunches, and always brightened the day. I was also able to update my resume and send out applications while sitting at my desk. See-through attempts to make employees comfortable, via company-sponsored events happened regularly.


    Management is inept, and blatantly lies to employees. An established policy was to refuse to veridy if someone worked there, even if the caller had an emergency. "Cover thy @ss" is the management rule of thumb, and it trickles down to everyine else out of fear of losing their job. I was glued to my desk, and had to find someone to watch the phone if I wanted to go to the bathroom, or receive reprimand. The contract with the state is to manage the state-sponsored healthcare, and there is no focus on helping the clients who utilize the service. All eyes are on making sure that you won't lose your job by the end of the day. The rate of attrition is horrific. 6 people quit or were fired inside of a single day, on a Friday. The rate came to something like 1.2 people per day leaving or qutting since the day I started. This number is frightening , and I couldn't help but think that there was a good reason for that number.

    Advice to Management

    Start taking care of your employees. Stop recycling temporary contracts. Work to stop dehumanizing your employees, and maybe they'll stay.

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