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I have been working at MVM full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
There are no pros to list for the company as a whole. The best thing that they have going for them are the many great minds that they continuously lose.Cons
First off, if you do your research you will see that there are far more than enough poor reviews online to raise a serious red flag before you consider working for MVM. Moreover, many of the poor reviews were posted under the wrong name for the company ( i.e., M.V.M. Inc., MVM LLC, MVM-Inc etc.) and are therefore overlooked.
Just like many of you, I did my homework before accepting my position. I simply rationalized all of the poor reviews on the basis that there will always be disgruntled employees no matter how perfect a company is. I never would have imagined that the reality of the situation would turn out to be worse than what I read online. MVM truly lives up to its poor reputation.
Another important point: Please notice that most of the good reviews are from security positions. These reviews do not reflect the experiences shared by the linguists who work inside the buildings.
Allow me to simply list the many other cons:
Hostile work environment
Inadequate and unorganized training
Unprofessional, uneducated, and incompetent management
Lack of leadership
Lack of opportunity for advancement
No communication structure
Complacency of upper management
In closing, I will use the company’s core values to more accurately describe itself.
We will exploit your talents as if they are a renewal and disposable resource in order to provide sub-par product to our clients. Our focus is not on the employee or the client, but rather our own profit.
Rather than supporting and motivating our employees; we intimidate, belittle, and lie to them. Moreover, we have no interest in supporting our employees with decent wages, adequate training, awards, recognition, or incentives.
We are successful in maintaining our ridiculously high turnover rate and revolving door philosophy. We are successful in driving highly educated and talented minds away and replacing them with high school intellect. Finally, we are successful in building incompetent managers rather than effective leaders.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Wake up.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO