I worked at Upham's Corner Health Committee full-time (More than 8 years)
Most people are friendly, and their is flexibility with your schedule and time, if you do not abuse it.
Had a micro manager boss who was supported by the CEO.
Advice to Management
I know the CEO has to support his managers, but he should ask more questions before people are fired. I have a lot of good memories, however when management changed, everything seemed to change.
I applied through other source. The process took a week. I interviewed at Upham's Corner Health Committee (Boston, MA) in January 2017.
I applied through the Indeed website initially and then though the company by the Department's Manager. I was asked very logistical questions and questions about dependency, leadership, and accountability. They were very easy questions.
Almost immediately into the interview I was asked how much I am looking for salary wise. Do anything to make them say a number first so you can negotiate better. There was an obvious concern about salary since I have experience and they simply were not able to change salary to commensurate with my experience. However, I feel that the Manger decided that my (over)qualifications puts me at a better chance for a "higher" salary so I was probably rejected just based off of that. I think it was very unprofessional for them to decide my candidacy based mostly on that.
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