Mission: MHM is led by six Guiding Principles: •Integrity •Thinking Proactively •Professionalism •Thinking “Outside of the Box” •Sense of Urgency •Results Our dedication to those we serve is first and foremost in everything we do.
I worked at MHM Services full-time (More than 3 years)
Paid time off excellent; Corporate events; Management cares about the team; Great supervisor; potential for growth if starting out in the field. Holiday parties; If you're getting married, expecting a baby or have a big event your team may just throw you something special if you're lucky. I miss some of my co-workers so that should say something about people you work with there.
Could have better benefit options such as better education reimbursement, lower premium rates, telework, etc. The pay isn't very competitive across the board or perhaps in my position. High Turnover; Uncertainty, constant changes and busy work started to make me feel unmotivated; Be prepared to get paid lower or higher than someone who is in the exact same role as you, if you're at the lower end it's unfair, if you're at the higher you will be hated on, it causes too much friction, there should be a pay band in my opinion. HR started to become unstable so I left at a good time otherwise I would probably have more cons
Advice to Management
Executive levels should take a closer look at what is going on in the Corporate side, especially HR. While it's important to cater to the client and its employees, corporate employees need to be taken care of in compensation and valued at the same level of importance as them. Unsatisfied corporate employees and high turnover will effect the entire organization as we are the root of the organization, there is a reason for high turnover and it stems from something if not several things. That's not an opinion of mine but more of a perspective looking in from the outside.
I applied through other source. I interviewed at MHM Services.
I was interviewed by 10 different people at 45 minute durations on the same day. I had 40 minutes for lunch. It was exhausting and very strange. The offered me the job and did not give me a rate of pay for 3 weeks after I started work. I never received a orientation and I was supervised by fundamentalists.