Pros: great pay
Cons: poor management
Initially the project we were called to work on for an outside contractor was cancelled and rescheduled several times due to "contract negotiations" with their contracted clients! Yes, we were the contracted, of the contracted, of the contracted, of the contracted. Sound ridiculous? It was! An average day at work was pretty unorganized, we were even asked not to tell others who we were working for (Medix) when asked by other employees,we were told to tell employees we worked for our immediate site supervisors, contractor. The job itself was easy enough, however there were times we were not able to sign in under our own names and were asked to do the work under other employees login's. (Sketchy..)On-site management from the contracted company were very pleasant and tried to keep us as informed as possible. Medix however did not know any of this was going on and didn't bother sending a representative to make sure their clients were taken care of. After all of that, the job only lasted 2 weeks!!!
Some months later I was called by a Medix employee and informed that the job was opening again and that all the previous contract issues had been resolved and that there was a "position available". As you can see above I rated the compensation 5 stars, so of course this position offering appealed to me, I sadly resigned from the job I was working at the time, and called Medix to let them know I was on board, however I was transferred to voice mail after voice mail, and told the person I was asking for was in a meeting etc...When I finally spoke with her the next day, she apologized and said the position she spoke of was in fact NOT available and she would keep an "ear out" for anything she comes across.