I have been working at Management Sciences for Health full-time
I don't think I've felt so connected to a company! I'm still young, only been working here some years, but I am optimistic. It has been a tough few years for the organization, but people are so humble and work hard at their jobs. Every day, I feel inspired by those who work at MSH because they are talented, ambitious, and strategic. As a junior staff, I feel valued and I look forward to contributing to MSH the way others have.
I think some staff members share my view and are critical in a good way, but some staff members are very critical and mope when they don't make the change they want to see. In that sense, the organizational culture needs improvement and communication to/from leadership could be better.
Advice to Management
Management could listen to staff better - I know it's messy to get more people involved with decision-making, but just as much as leadership wants lead company direction, staff also want to have a voice and input ideas with what they see at the bottom.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Management Sciences for Health.
MSH likes conducting interviews in groups and there are usually two or three rounds of group interviews. Many of the questions are to find out if you are a going to be a good fit with the group of people you would closely work with. Follow-ups and next steps are slow because usually only one person can make the decision and they might be out on vacation or on TDY.
Didn't allow for much negotiation. You were just told what the salary was and when you try to negotiate, you were told that the salary is the market rate for that position.
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