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Dario O. Marquez Jr.
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    Run the other way!!!

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    Current Employee - Linguist in Ashburn, VA
    Current Employee - Linguist in Ashburn, VA

    I have been working at MVM


    I echo the previous statements that there are little or no pros to working at MVM other than receiving a paycheck.


    I have been working at MVM for 3 years as a linguist and I can tell you that MVM is not a good place to work for, primarily because of on-site management. They micromanage and intimidate employees. It honestly has the feel of schoolyard bullying. They also have a habit of singling out employees and subjecting them to unfair personal attacks and when they do, they revel in their own cruelty. Please note there is no higher authority that is willing to listen to your complaints at MVM or even acknowledge their existence. MVM corporate prefers to keep assuring everyone they are the best company on planet earth and they refuse to ask their employees their feelings or concerns about either upper management or their jobs.

    Additionally, MVM seeks to give the impression that they only take the best people and are primarily concerned about the quality of the work they put out. Yet if someone raises concerns about the quality of work, rather than listen to the employee, they will punish the employee. I have seen this time and time again. Many people have quit in the last 3 years and I'm sure this number will continue to grow as everyone is miserable there and looking for other jobs. The very fact that the turnover is so high belies the notion that the quality of work or level of employee satisfaction there is superior.

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    On-site management is hopeless. Corporate or senior management needs to do a complete shakeup of on-site management and new leadership would need to come with the understanding that they really need to fix the current problems. They need to treat their employees fairly and they need to make it obvious that the old hostilities are a thing of the past, which would most likely require getting rid of current management and replacing them with people who are not hateful, demeaning, or spiteful individuals.

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