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10 days ago

Software Configuration Manager

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Manage daily activities of software configuration projects, including version control, release management, and change management in support of… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Software Architect

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Communicate technical direction and vision to all levels of management and technical staff. 2.Perform analyses of requirements to design… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Release Manager

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Define and communicate release readiness standards and procedures; engage with projects in early phases of the development life cycle to ensure… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Sr. Project Manager

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

for management review. 5.Execute and maintain project plans; review, track, monitor and report on project… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Applications Infrastructure Engineer I- Weblogic

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Manage WebLogic Server and WebLogic Server domain directory structures, create new domains using Configuration Wizard, and manage domain and server… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

AVP, Assoc. Counsel & Dir. of Reg. Compliance

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Collaborate with management and other departments to provide guidance on matters relating to all aspects of reporting and compliance. 2.Manage… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Healthcare Network Development Executive

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Negotiate provider contracts to support penetration and discount objectives relative to competitive market tends and client expectations through… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Incident and Problem Manager

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Lead the definition and execution of the Major Incident Response Team; determine appropriate participants and processes based on incident type… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Temporary Training Administrator

MultiPlan Waltham, MA

1.Manage course registrations and training completion information with direction. Sends communications and training information to employees, their… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Software Architect

Multiplan Waltham, MA

1. Communicate technical direction and vision to all levels of management and technical staff. 2. Perform analyses of requirements to design… Glassdoor


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    Great if you are upper management, mediocre to bad if you are not.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Waltham, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Waltham, MA

    I worked at MultiPlan full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Excellent support and training, decent benefits, decent PTO, nice building to work in, decent pay (average is anywhere from $14 - $17 before getting into upper management and supervisor salaries).

    Cons

    Lack of communication with upper management causes disgruntlement among employees. The company is rapidly expanding by acquiring other PPO networks. As such, many new rules and scripted phone conversations are being written to let customers and clients know about what is going on. Many times you will encounter situations where upper management has no immediate answer to a problem and they expect you to deal with it. If you screw up, they let you know you screwed up and will not take any fault for what happened. A team is only as good as its leader and upper management does not follow that saying.

    I recently went through a mass downsizing and saw them let go an employee of 15 years which destroyed my desire to work for them.

    There is not a feeling of being able to speak your mind to upper management. I tried once and was met with passive enmity and demands that I needed to improve.

    The company used to be great to work for when it was smaller. However, after the rapid expansion of their company, they tried to get their employees to handle as much as possible rather than hire new people. The huge work load caused a lot of people to get upset. Upper management only gave its employees the "deal with it" reply so many started to leave or perform poorly and were let go.

    I would not recommend working here unless you want to spend a few years gaining customer service/clerical office experience to use on a resume for a later job.

    You also might want to work here if you are already at the level of upper management (supervisor, HR department, vice-president, etc.) They treat them very well.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Allow your employees to criticize you without fear of repercussions. Then DO something about it. Giving vague statements that say, "sorry, but you have to put up with the crap because we don't want to deal with it", does not lead your team to victory.

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