Pros: decent health care, good job security
Cons: low compensation, no advancement, terrible management, no work/life balance
After 5+ years with MES I would not recommend this company to anyone. Compensation is low, but benefits are decent as they are part of the state health care system. The company is focused on being cheap and maintaining the status quo. They invest nothing into their employees beyond the bare minimum certifications required for the job. They also turn down any ideas towards innovation or efficiency. Upper management is untrustworthy. There is great job security as you can't get fired after the probationary period, but there is little to no room for advancement. Advancement is based solely on nepotism and how long you have been with the company. Raises are predetermined independent of performance. Also, most jobs require 24/7 response.